What to ask after the interview

You’ve finished answering their (many!) questions. Then they ask you if you have any. Don’t say no! Ask a few questions. It shows you’re interested

What to ask after the interview

You’ve finished answering their (many!) questions. Then they ask you if you have any. Don’t say no! Ask a few questions. It shows you’re interested

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Meeting your “giving” needs Finding a volunteer placement requires taking some time to reflect on your passions, interests, and experiences

Laughter Yoga

By Madan Kataria Bring laughter into your life–no special equipment needed, no new wardrobe, no expensive classes, not even a

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Hello yellow

The soul of a new pair of shoes—and a new wheelchair By Stephen Trumper I recently bought a new pair of shoes. They’re soft, foamy, lightweight—a

Thoughts on making haste slowly

By Rebecca Heiss How do we get our brains to allow us the time to make the best decisions? To rewire your survival instinct, you’re going to have to learn how to bend time. Remember that time is a human construct. As such, its perception by any individual can be manipulated

Happy is a relative state

By Renée K. Nicholson “The rest of my life will always be entwined with rheumatoid arthritis. But it’s my choice to also be something more, to not feel sick, to still find those shadows of a dancer, which is to say tiny flecks of magic, within me.” Imagine, once you

Hello yellow

The soul of a new pair of shoes—and a new wheelchair By Stephen Trumper I recently bought a new pair of shoes. They’re soft, foamy, lightweight—a

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Back to Work

All the information regarding how to get Back to Work and your feet again

Back to Work

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Work from home helps

More of us are washing our hands amid the COVID-19 pandemic, but  1 in 4 don’t lather up when they need to, such as after blowing their nose, according to a new CDC report. Forest: Even before 2020 sent our brains into panic mode, our attention spans were waning —

Budgeting during a crisis

By Bradley Atkins Managing a budget for the average Canadian can be a heavy lift. Recent events such as the COVID-19 pandemic have reminded Canadian households that when unexpected events occur, we must be financially prepared. What follows are a practical series of steps that you can take to protect

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FYI

Naughtiest late-night snacks Can’t get through late-night TV without munching? Best advice says skip these: • French fries or ice cream: their high fat content

Can CBD treat epilepsy?

Epilepsy is a neurological disorder that causes adverse activity in your brain. The most well known and common symptom of epilepsy are seizures, but it can also lead to unusual sensations, confusion, loss of consciousness, and more. There are different types of epilepsy that a person can develop, and collectively

Don’t know what day it is or who said what?

It’s a sign of the times… By Celia Harris and Catherine J. Stevens We are all living through a major historical event, a once-in-a-century pandemic that has radically changed how we work, learn, travel, socialise and spend our free time. But for many of us juggling working from home, schooling

FYI

Naughtiest late-night snacks Can’t get through late-night TV without munching? Best advice says skip these: • French fries or ice cream: their high fat content

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Can CBD treat epilepsy?

Epilepsy is a neurological disorder that causes adverse activity in your brain. The most well known and common symptom of epilepsy are seizures, but it

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Independent Living

Let’s talk about fidgeting

A new pilot done by researchers in New Zealand suggests a link between fidgeting and improved cognitive performance. While the study was initially designed to

New 4 You

Travel light With its 24-inch foldable wheels, Revolve Air aims to give new independence to persons who use a wheelchair to commute and travel everyday. This means no more need to check-in your chair the airport hours before the flight, thus avoiding the risk of damage. No need to store

FYI

Four worst foods Knowing which foods to cut out can be a challenge. These are the ones to avoid to keep your body and your brain healthy: 1 Ultra-processed. Made with a long list of additives, highly processed foods increase the risk of salt, sugar, bad carbs and more. 2

New 4 You

Travel light With its 24-inch foldable wheels, Revolve Air aims to give new independence to persons who use a wheelchair to commute and travel everyday.

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