November 2014

Originally posted at on November 28, 2014 In our fast paced society where we use emoticons :), acronyms (PSW) and short cuts (R U….), I thought I would share a list of useful terms commonly used in the caregiving world. This list is taken from the article, Caregiving- Terms to Know, which I prepared […]

Remembering our Soldiers

by Audrey Miller on November 12, 2014

in Uncategorized

Originally published at on November 12, 2014. In Flanders Fields the poppies grow… Remembrance Day is a significant day in the lives of many who endured the challenges of living during war times. Sadly these wars are continuing and more soldiers are dying, some like Cpl Nathan Cirillo having never left Parliament Hill. We […]

Buyer Beware: You Get What You Pay For

by Audrey Miller on November 4, 2014

in Baby Boomers

Would you pay for financial advice from someone who does a little investing on the side? Would you take real estate/home buying advice from the nice guy next door? Would you have your renovation done by a carpenter who has only worked on their own home? Would you have your brakes fixed by the corner […]

Originally posted at on November 4, 2014: Families always want to know if they have the most difficult family, ever. They ask if I have ever worked with such family dysfunction and ask if I know of any other families as difficult or as unreasonable as theirs. My answer? The only normal families are […]