Do you feel it?
These symptoms can describe many things. Stomach flu. Food poisoning. Drinking too much coffee.
So can you feel it now? No?
Try this. Imagine you are standing on top of a 40-story building. Now stand right on the edge and look down. There is no railing. No safety net either. Just a long, long way down.
Did you feel your hands get sweaty, your heart beat a little quicker or maybe a few butterflies in your...Read More
Christmas vacation is here. A special time to spend with family and friends. But what should you do with your family and friends over the holidays? We’ve compiled a list, so you won’t run out of ideas.
North Pole: You shouldn’t be surprised to see a visit to the North Pole on our list. Located at the Tradex in Abbotsford you will get to visit Santa and his elves and take part in fun activities such as the Creation Station, Toy Workshop, Prancer’s Pantomime and Tinsel Town...Read More
The Christmas holidays are over.
The wrapping paper and decorations have been put away.
The leftovers are all gone.
But you’re left with some precious family memories. And maybe a few pounds.
Now it’s time to look forward. To set some goals. To make a fresh start.
And what better way to ring in the New Year, then to spend some time with your children and talk about your dreams and wishes for...Read More
It can be hard to remember now as an adult. We’re so busy with our jobs, our children, our homes, and all the activities we’re involved with.
It’s easy to think that our childhoods were so relaxed compared to our busy lives now.
But if you really think back, was everything easy and carefree?
Did you ever misbehave at school and worry your parents would find out? Or maybe you kept putting off studying for an exam and now it’s test time? Perhaps you and your family moved and you had to...Read More
When you read about education issues, you often come across the term social emotional learning.
But what does social emotional learning really mean and why do kids need these skills?
According to CASEL (Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning) social emotional learning is defined as:
Social and emotional learning (SEL) is the process through which children and adults acquire and effectively apply the knowledge, attitudes, and skills necessary to understand and...Read More