Month: March 2021

Takeaway: Two ways to frame the way you think about money: you could live until you’re 100 or you could die tomorrow. Planning for both scenarios simultaneously allows you to minimize financial regret. Estimated Reading Time: 2 minutes, 55s. My mom once told me a story about money that I’ll never forget.   A long time ago, she worked with
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After a winter in lockdown for many Canadians, spring is finally here.  For inexpensive hacks to get your home ready for the new season, lifestyle expert Susie Wall recently joined The Morning Show to share her best tips.  Read more: Spring cleaning, coronavirus-style — Areas in your home you shouldn’t ignore Wall recommends adding a
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One boy’s brotherly instincts saved his sister’s life in superhuman fashion. She blacked out underwater Morgan Smith of Brantley County, Georgia was on the bottom steps of her pool when she suddenly saw black spots. She remembers nothing of what happened next. Meanwhile, her seven-year-old brother Aiden McCullough saw it all unfold and told CBS
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While the future remains uncertain amid the continuing coronavirus pandemic, there have been ongoing discussions on what the future of education for elementary and high school students could look like. From learning models to reengaging with other groups of kids, parenting expert Alyson Schafer says the social aspect of high school culture was removed for
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One of the topics that many of us like to avoid or not consider is forgiveness. Forgiveness forces us to look at the things that really hurt us. It makes us confront trauma and pain, showing us the darkest parts of humanity, and for many people, something like this is too painful to experience. How
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