The BrighterLife.ca weekly roundup of recommended reads about money, health, family, working life and retirement:
|What’s the cost of your daily bread?
Do you spend more on groceries than you think you do? The road to supermarket savings starts with tracking your cash register tapes, says My Pennies, My Thoughts. Bet you’ll be surprised!
10 great tips on how to spend less on groceries
|How to get a better night’s sleep
Almost two-thirds of North Americans don’t get enough sleep, says Viva Magazine, quoting the Harvard Women’s Health Watch newsletter. One remedy: Keep cool!
Health news: 60 per cent of us are sleep-deprived
|Helping your child aim for the stars
Whether your kid wants to be an astronaut, an inventor – or a ninja – you can offer constructive support. Embrace the Chaos recommends encouraging your offspring without loading them down with your own expectations.
What do your kids want to be when they grow up?
|We’ve been meaning to get around to this…
Yahoo! Finance shares 10 tips to help you clear up those tasks you’ve been putting off. (We like “leave for lunch.”)
How to stop procrastinating at work
|Part-time studies fuel long-term plans
Congrats to the guest poster on Canadian Dream Free at 45 for completing the coursework towards his CGA designation! Find out how he’ll use it for his retirement goals.
Another step down the road
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