Category: Continuing Education

Tips for the Online Learner

POSTED November 10th, 2020

Taking classes online can seem overwhelming at first, especially if you are new to it.

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Dealing With Emotions in Times of Crisis

POSTED April 15th, 2020

How do we keep going while dealing with uncertainty, lack of control and no clear way to plan? For many of us, this pandemic is testing us in ways that we’ve never experienced before.

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An Isolation Wine Tour

POSTED March 31st, 2020

In the current global situation, we find ourselves unable to travel and enjoy the simple pleasures in life, such as a wine tour! Although we cannot go out and experience the wineries themselves, we can still enjoy a glass of our favourite wines right in our homes. Let’s have some fun with this.

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6 Steps to the Paw-fect Home Workout With Your Dog

POSTED March 24th, 2020

I’d like to share this great workout that you can try at home with your dog while we’re all practicing social distancing. Not only will you both feel great after these physical and mental exercises, you’ll also strengthen your bond with your furry friend. Here’s to remaining paw-sitive!

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10 Ways to Get the Most Out of Your Wedding Flowers

POSTED February 14th, 2020

I love weddings; I think they are a beautiful celebration of love and I also love a good party – seeing how all the details come together and watching people have a good time is such a satisfying feeling! That being said, planning any event can be filled with challenges, and a wedding is no exception! Here are my top ten tips for how to choose a florist and pick out your wedding flowers while staying on budget…

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Take Control of Your Finances

POSTED January 3rd, 2020

It’s the beginning of a new month, a new year. Many people choose this as a time to make some overdue changes, including improvements in their financial situation. If you want to feel more in control of your finances, you may need to take some time to take a look at the numbers and ask yourself the question: am I happy with how I handle money?

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Mental Health and the Holidays

POSTED December 11th, 2019

This holiday season, let’s talk about mental health. Along with gifts, celebration and cheer comes something else that we all tend to feel: stress. Instructor and Workplace Mental Health Trainer, Darren Aschacher, shares helpful tips to practice putting our mental health first.

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How to Form Healthy Habits that Stick

POSTED September 4th, 2019

As a Registered Nutritionist it is my job to help people form healthy habits. Sure, there is a bit of nutrition information that is usually exchanged, but for the most part, it is figuring out the how when it comes to changing the way we think and behave to reach our goals!

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Passwords 101: Never Get Locked Out Again

POSTED June 24th, 2019

It might seem obvious, but a password is what lets you in, but keeps others out. The problem is, when you forget it, it keeps you out too! Here are a few tips to never get locked out of your accounts again.

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10 Ways To Get Along With People You Meet

POSTED April 4th, 2019

Have you ever met someone who appears to be at ease with others and gets along with most people?  Surprisingly, it doesn’t take special skills to get along with people; it takes some thought and effort…

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