ChurchandDwight

sponsored post Skates, helmets and tournaments – oh my, it must hockey season! Between driving your hockey superstar to endless practices, organizing fundraisers and maintaining equipment, there’s no denying that being a hockey parent is a busy – and rewarding – job. The team camaraderie is infectious and seeing your little one’s determination on the [...]

Today marks the first day of summer break for us. It marks the day that we leave the chaos that is the school year behind and look forward to the chaos that is summer. Here are some tips to help ease you into a summer routine. Encourage your children to get outside Summer is short [...]

May usually kicks off the beginning of the wedding season! Whether you’re attending a wedding this summer as a guest, have the honourable task of being included in the wedding party or you’re getting married (congrats!), the thought of cramming multiple weddings, and the prep that goes with them, into your already overflowing schedule seems [...]

National Infertility Awareness Week is this month (May 12th – 20th), and Dr. David Greenberg, Family Physician at St. Joseph Hospital, has some tips to help start your family planning. Don’t “try”! For couples “trying” to conceive, every month can be filled with anxiety and worry. Heightened stress can actually cause more challenges. Therefore, it’s [...]

For many, getting a full night of quality sleep can sometimes be a challenge. Add to that, things like seasonal changes like daylight savings time and the days getting longer, and the challenge becomes more difficult to overcome. Here is a list of suggested tips that may help you get the quality sleep you need. [...]

This is the first year in the history of forever that I have started the year off thinking about plans, goals, and resolutions and not feeling defeated before I start. The other day I fell down a rabbit hole of great quotes on Pinterest (sorry in advance if you follow me on Pinterest and saw [...]

As of August, our family has only one cat. Ozzie is her name, and she has been with us since she was only a couple of hours old. After getting over our loss, we began to worry about Ozzie. She was always around other cats and she looked lonely. We worried about her happiness and [...]

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