The first day of school or daycare can be a stressful, tearful time for your kids — and for you. These strategies may ease your separation anxiety.
While you want your children to succeed in school, there’s a fine line between guiding them in the right direction and doing their homework for them.
Travelling with kids requires extra ears, eyes — and snacks. For a safe and happy trip, here are five items you shouldn’t leave home without.
City, wilderness, beach, mountains — whatever your vacation preference, there’s a destination in Canada that’s right for your family.
Does your kid want a phone? Here’s what you need to tell them before you get them one. And a quiz to help you understand their texts after you do!
So, you’ve decided to open a Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP) to save for your child’s education. What next? Choosing how to invest it.
It can take a lot of research to choose the best way to look after your child while you work. Here’s some help to get you started.
Sarah Deveau, author of Money Smart Mom: Financially Fit Parenting, provides smart ideas for putting money aside for your child’s education.
From budget-savvy entertaining to creative gift-giving to remembering what matters most, get tips and tools for a brighter holiday season.
Making green, energy-efficient seasonal choices is good for both the planet and your wallet.
You can still pamper the ones you love this holiday season without ending up over your head in debt. It just takes a little planning and creativity.
Ghosts and goblins may no longer keep you up at night, but here are five financial frights that might.
You know exercise is good for your kids, and you suspect they need to get more. But how much is enough, and what can you do to make sure they get it?
With wedding season in full swing, Brighter Life asks whether you should marry your finances as well, or keep them separate.
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Your finances change as your life changes, be it marriage, a new job or a baby. Here are five major milestones an advisor can help you prepare for.