You may have started noticing that your loved ones are having challenges when it comes to the maintenance of their home or other daily living activities. They may be struggling with lawn and yard maintenance, or going up and down stairs. Perhaps they are struggling with cooking and cleaning. If
It can be so overwhelming looking at all the clutter and “stuff” you’ve accumulated over the years. You know it’s time to clear out the space and let go but you don’t know where to start.
You may be saying to yourself:
“I’m overwhelmed and I do not know
There’s an expression, “mighty oaks from little acorns grow.” Well that expression bloomed into a mighty reality last week as we organized the delivery of donations from the July 27th Hang-Up Help Out event. We were on board from the moment we heard about this event, but we had no
Thanksgiving weekend is upon us and it’s tradition to spend time with family while enjoying a delicious turkey dinner and all the fixings.
As you prepare for the celebration ahead, think of ways to honour your family traditions not only this weekend but regularly. What can you do weekly or
Terry Earthwind Nichols is the founder of Repetitive Behavior Cellular Regression™ (CR), a technique he developed from his experience as a Navy Profiler, Commissioned Steven Minister, and Grief Counselor. In this podcast, he shares how we can move through our stress, grief and overwhelm by using this technique that he shares.
Walk into any home and you’ll immediately see which rooms are used most often by the “stuff” that is in it. Bedrooms, bathrooms, living rooms and kitchens are the most used rooms in every home and they are the ones that “showcase” the way most people live. They also harbour
Margot Hall is an amazing 92-year-old woman who loves to ski and volunteer at The Good Companions Centre in Ottawa. She is vibrant, full of life and has a rich history to share. We have been blessed to have her in our lives and now it’s our honour to share
For the past two weeks, the Olympics have been a hot topic of conversation and for many, it brought them closer to their loved ones.
While speaking at a retirement residence this week, and while moving several families into other residences during the past two weeks, televisions were on and