The fallout from the recession means more people must adjust how they spend and save their money.
Archives for May 2013
Then suddenly, as if the idea had occurred to both the Ryans at the same time, they stared at the urn. “Well don’t just stare at it woman, pull the stopper and let a body see in,” Jack said.
Thinkin’ about Dennis Aslett, a former Marine I met in Idaho a year and a half ago and saw again last October … we spoke about how choices last a lifetime.
Through my life as a person who lived in poverty, there were terms that frequented my life like, trash, useless and disposed of. The trailer park series is an attempt to touch the heart of what it means to be a woman hearing these words, and the journey out of them.
The author lists some of the practices she has established to ensure that she lives a moral life in an impersonal consumer-driven society.
Given that relaxation is a known antidote with a powerful impact on health, why are the majority of doctor visits still related to stress? Guest Author Barbara Moroney explains why relaxation is an important part of maintaining a healthy lifestyle.
European monasteries have provided lodgings to travellers and pilgrims for more than 1500 years and many of today’s institutions open to tourists – from France and Italy to Spain and Portugal – are often more like bed and breakfast accommodation than a place of religious reflection and prayer.
K.M. Weiland discusses how authors should learn to spot the most prevalent sentence slips-ups and know when to eliminate them from their stories.
Technological improvements will continue to make industries like gambling vital to the Canadian economy.
One of the great joys of dogs is their silly nature. Shouldn’t we encourage that side of our dogs rather than saying “No!” when they get a little goofy? There’s nothing quite as much fun as being silly with our dogs. And we can do it safely.