Katherine  Isaac

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Irene Kelleher

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5 ways to feel truly grateful this Thanksgiving

(NC) We all know how Thanksgiving is supposed to be: smiling family around a table loaded with food. Yet the reality can be different. Family squabbles, logistical challenges or money issues can make holidays more stressful than uplifting.

You’ve likely read about the power of gratitude to change a person’s perspective and increase happiness. But gratitude doesn’t just show up on Thanksgiving unannounced. You have to invite it into your home and life. A good way to start is by noticing all the things you do have – things other people may be missing.

Consider these five ways to grow...

A quick guide to mortgage choices for new homebuyers

(NC) When embarking on the exciting journey of buying a home, one of the most crucial decisions you’ll make is choosing the right mortgage. Your mortgage will impact your finances for years to come, so it’s essential to understand the options and features available. Here are a few things to keep in mind:

1. Understanding mortgage terms and penalties
A mortgage term is the length of time your mortgage contract is in effect, which includes the interest rate and other relevant conditions. Terms can range from a few months to several years. It’s essential to consider the impact of the...

5 budget-friendly tips to upgrade your home

(NC) Upgrading your home to be energy-efficient and eco-friendly doesn’t mean you have to compromise your budget. With a little creativity and a green mindset, you can upgrade your space in ways that are good for both the environment and your wallet.

Optimize your lighting
Ditch the old incandescent bulbs and try some energy-efficient LED lights. LED lights are not only brighter, but they also last longer, making them a cost-effective lighting solution. Embrace natural light by opening up your curtains or blinds during the day to give your space a sunny and inviting...

A great back-to-school snack that your kids will love

(NC) It’s time to go back to school and many parents are on the hunt for snack options that are both healthy and something their kids want to eat.

Let us introduce this delicious banana bread with streusel topping recipe. Using Fairlife ultrafiltered lactose-free milk gives this bread a light, moist texture with a perfectly browned crust. The milk also has 50 per cent more protein and 50 per cent less sugar than regular milk, which makes this an easy choice for a more nutritious snack.

This banana bread will stay fresh all week long, so get ahead of the game and bake it on Sunday....

Year-round home safety checklist

(NC) Having your own home comes with many perks from privacy, to added space, to your own unique décor. But one thing’s for sure – it takes some work to keep the place organized and safe.

To help keep your home running smoothly, here’s when to tackle some important home safety tasks:

Spring showers

  • Refresh your emergency kit if needed, and add any season-specific items, such as a battery-operated fan if you lose air conditioning in a summer power outage.
  • Angle your downspouts away from your home to prevent flood damage.
  • Consider adding a sump pump with backup power or...

Tips for getting back into a fall routine

(NC) Whether or not you have kids who go back to school or back to campus, getting back to a schedule is tough for everyone. Here are some tips to help you get settled into a routine:

One-stop shop: It can be overwhelming if you’re making several different trips to stores for your and groceries, clothing and household items like new Tupperware, water bottles, thermoses and more. Visit a convenient store like the Real Canadian Superstore, where you can buy fresh produce, meat, home essentials, fashionable clothing and more, in a one stop-shop without breaking the bank.

Make a...

5 Affordable Ways To Get A Greener Home

(NC) Many of us would love to save on our home water and energy use. Whether your motivation is to cut your costs or help the planet – or both – here are a few things you can do that won’t break the bank.

Cut back
Of the three r’s of reduce, reuse and recycle, the first is the most powerful – and the cheapest – way to go green. It’s the simple stuff you’ve heard of forever, but the steps can be effective. Put on a sweater instead of raising the heat as fall temperatures arrive. Cut back on long showers. Only do your laundry at off-peak hours. They may not be convenient but they’re...

5 things you should have at the end of your new home inspection

(NC) The pre-delivery inspection, or PDI, is an important step for buyers of newly built homes. If done properly, it can set the stage for happy home ownership in the days, weeks, months and years to come. But how do you know when you’ve had an effective inspection? One way is by knowing what to expect at the end of it.

Here are some things every new home buyer should walk out of their PDI with:

  1. A complete list of items that require further attention. If you notice something that is damaged, missing or incomplete, you need to note it down on the PDI form provided by your builder’s...

Create a DIY summer camp in your backyard

(NC) Summer camp is sometimes thought of as a rite of passage. It’s a time and place to make lifelong memories, have oodles of fun and develop independence, confidence and new skills. But don’t sweat if your kids aren’t attending this year - there are plenty of easy and affordable ways to create their very own summer camp experience at home.

Pick a theme
Choosing a theme is great way to get kids excited and it can join separate activities together into a cohesive camp experience – plus it just makes everything a lot more fun. Space camp, magicians, an enchanted forest, under the sea, a...

Prep Your Home For Safety

(NC) When it comes to home safety, preparation is critical. The following tips will help you ensure your family and home are well protected in the event of a fire or carbon monoxide (CO) incident:

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