After the loss of a loved one, it may feel like you’re never going to want to take a vacation again, but guest author Patti Smith urges you to reconsider.
It’s important to organize your finances so that your papers and contacts are close at hand when you’re dealing with the loss of a loved one. But is your insurance information up to date?
Approximately 160,000 kids across North America skip school each day for fear of bullying – that’s more than the population of the city of Barrie!
When someone is suffering beyond normal feelings of sadness or grief, you can help by expressing support to eliminate any stigma about mental health issues. This is a guest post by Kerri Fullerton, ND.
The biggest challenge facing adult children who have lost a parent is taking care of their surviving parent. Here are some helpful tips to provide the best support.
After a tragic loss, what can we expect on the road back to the “new normal”? Grief counsellor Philip Cable shares some insights.
Most women don’t give a second thought to their cars or the topic of car maintenance. Yet cars, and their maintenance, can eat up a lot of your budget unless you follow these few simple rules from guest expert Patti Smith of Money Bootcamp Seminars.
Purchasing cemetery property is just one of the decisions you can make during the funeral preplanning process, and is a way to lighten the load of the loved ones you’ll leave behind.
Legally speaking, it is important to understand that there are strict and significant differences between legally married and common-law spouses. In this guest post by lawyer Cesia Green, she discusses what happens to your estate if you are not legally married to your spouse.
Nothing is more overwhelming when your spouse passes away than trying to track down important documents and make sense out of disorganized financial information. To avoid having this additional stress fall on you or your family, follow these simple guidelines to get your financial affairs in good order now.