The end of summer brings shorter days, rain and cooler temperatures, reducing outdoor activities. The seasonal change can take a toll on your morale and your physical energy. Here are a few tips to keep body and mind in shape.
Heading to a warmer climate for the winter this year? Escaping the snow for a few months takes a lot of organization. By carefully preparing your departure, you can leave with peace of mind. Here’s a checklist to help you pack your luggage.
Vacations should be relaxing. They are one of the best ways to decompress and get away from a hectic and busy life. However, many of us have a difficult time disconnecting from work and the other things in our lives that we really should leave behind when we leave for vacation.
Most vacations involve spending a number of days, or a week or more, in a single location. However, sometimes people have a limited amount of time to spend in a single city. This can be the result of a long layover, while travelling for business, on a road trip or just wanting to squeeze as many cities as possible into a vacation.
Did you know that tens of thousands of children in Ontario require speech therapy? Most people don’t. However, the waiting lists for in-school speech therapy are extremely long, and many children must wait for months or even years for proper care.