What is Spastic Cerebral Palsy?

Cerebral palsy is a common term that covers a range of issues relating to abnormal brain development, affecting motor development and resulting in permanent issues with movement. Spastic cerebral palsy is the most common type of cerebral palsy, characterised by stiff muscles and jarring movements.     Spasticity – what is the cause?   The cause of spasticity is damage to a specific area – or cross section – of the…

June 1, 2020

3 Passive Income to Consider For Extra Pocket Money

https://unsplash.com/photos/TBHOuN6URGU Who wouldn’t want more money? Now, who wouldn’t want more money without having to spend eight hours in front of a desk and attend drab, dull, or tedious staff meetings. It sounds like it’s too good to be true, but it’s far from it. Passive income streams are their future, especially if you’re looking for some pocket money to save up for something unique.  But what passive income ideas…

May 28, 2020

Arranging Your Home To Make It Look Bigger – Part 2

Spending more time at home, as is the case during the pandemic, can make you realize that there is room for improvement, especially when it comes to making your home appear bigger. You’ve probably binge-watched Marie Kondo on Netflix for inspiration. Decluttering is key! But decluttering can only get you so far.  For memory, here are some of the more practical tips for your indoors. A strategic approach to your…

May 19, 2020

Arranging Your Home To Make It Look Bigger

May 7, 2020

Your home has a lot to offer; it’s a warm, friendly and inviting space for you to enjoy, day in and day out. And yet, a lot of us look to make it feel bigger and more open, whether we’re living in a small flat or a comfy family home alike. Don’t worry, it’s a doable thing! There’s quite a few things you can do to help your home both…


Steps You Can Take To Protect Your Home From The Cold Today

May 6, 2020

There are very few elements that can be harder to get out of the house once they’re in than the cold. Not only can it be frightfully uncomfortable, but if you’re unable to keep the cold out, it can be a real health risk, as well. Winter might be a ways off, but now is the time to start looking at preparations you can make so that you’re able to…


6 Tips For Protecting Your Home From the Elements  

During cold snaps or seasonal shifts, your home is much more vulnerable. Minor issues can quickly turn into major problems if left unaddressed, so it’s vital that you take some time to prepare your home from both the expected and unexpected weather changes in your region. If you fail to prep your home, then you could face home damages and repairs that leave you seriously out of pocket. Keeping your…

April 27, 2020

Hot Weather Horse Care

When the weather starts to heat up, riding your horse can be a lot more enjoyable. However, it’s important to remember that high temperatures can be dangerous for your horse with issues such as dehydration, malaise, and lethargy not being uncommon, and illnesses such as diarrhoea and colic being a real possibility. With that in mind, we’ve put together some top tips for looking after your horse when the weather…

April 17, 2020

Cybersecurity Tips for You and Your Family

With every new technological development, the world is becoming more interconnected. While this has resulted in advancements we could only have dreamed of years ago, these developments have also brought about more opportunity for crime to be committed in an online space. New ideas are always being developed to help keep people from being targeted by crimes like these. Despite this, it’s always worth setting you and your family up…

March 31, 2020

What Should You Know about the Vancouver Real Estate Market before Moving There?

Vancouver is a fascinating city with a population of over two million people, many of them immigrants. Surrounded by mountains and the Pacific ocean, this Lower Mainland city has amazing weather and beautiful scenery. As a result, several Canadians are considering moving to Vancouver from other cities, especially for retirees who want to sit back and enjoy the rocky mountains while living in much milder weather compared to the rest…

March 30, 2020

4 Good Reasons Why You Should Move Forward With the Basement Remodeling This Year

The idea of finishing and remodelling the basement has been on your mind for some time, but it’s easy to let other things distract. This is the year to change that. Choosing to make the basement remodelling a priority will provide some immediate benefits as well as some long-term ones. If you could use a little incentive to call a contractor today, consider these four reasons. You Need More Living…

March 17, 2020