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It's time to declutter your home and there's a lot of stuff you’d like to get rid of. Before throwing things away, think about donating items that are in decent shape to community organizations that lend a helping hand to people in need.

While many people wonder why anyone would want to travel alone, others think solo adventures are the best! As for me, I prefer travelling by myself, because it allows me to interact more with local people and step out of my comfort zone. Whether you want to have time to yourself or you’d like a challenge, there are lots of reasons to travel alone. Travelling by yourself requires courage and forethought. Here’s some advice to help ensure you enjoy a memorable and rewarding experience.

The key to enjoyable and worry-free travel lies in developing and maintaining safe travel skills. There are tools available to help you make informed choices, from choosing your travel destination to adapting your travel habits for a particular region. While it might first seem overwhelming, the Canadian government site travel.gc.ca is a gold mine of information, no matter where in the world you intend to visit.

In a travel health clinic, we offer a lot of advice about hepatitis A and B. Both forms of hepatitis are easily preventable by being vaccinated and public health officials recommend immunization for most travel destinations. These common vaccines are part of the basic immunization schedules for children, and most travellers tend to be vaccinated on a preventative basis. But do you really know what hepatitis A and B are?

What would you do with an extra 2 days this year? Would you take a spa getaway? Chill out at home? Sleep? Every year, the average person spends over 2 days looking for stuff – keys, the remote, glasses, cellphone, etc. Make this the year you get organized and reclaim those days.