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Author: Casey C.

Cheap Travel Destinations in January

Are you ready to escape the frozen fingers of Canada’s winter season? Here are just a few places where you’ll enjoy sandy beaches, dusty ruins and natural hot springs tucked into rocky mountains. As a bonus, none of these locations will break the bank! Cusco, Peru A lot of people who travel to Peru are itching to get to Machu Picchu, but they pass right by places like Cusco without even realizing what they’re missing! For example, Cusco provides one of the only real hiking trails to the stunning “Rainbow Mountain.” It’s a mountain with mineral deposits that give...

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7 Ways To Avoid Overspending This Christmas

According to researchers, the average Canadian will spend $766 on holiday gifts yet only 29% of people follow a budget.  In order to avoid spending too much this holiday season, we’ve prepared a few handy tips to keep you from overtaxing your wallet while still being able to provide thoughtful gifts for the important people in your life. Split the More Expensive Gifts It’s normal to want to celebrate your love for the important people in your life such as your parents with a generous gift. Perhaps you want to fund a get-away cruise to a Caribbean destination or a...

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6 Tips for a Successful Winter Move

Moving at any time of the year can be a stressful experience, but it’s also exciting. You’re starting a new chapter of your life in a new location, so you’re chock-full of nervous anticipation during the entire process. This means that sometimes mistakes might be made, and winter weather only adds to the considerations. If you’re going to move in winter, there are a few things to keep in mind to ensure your move is successful and that you make it with all of your belongings intact. 1. Dress in Layers Moving involves a lot of physical activity, so...

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Exciting Edmonton Events for December 2017

Are visions of sugar plum fairies dancing in your head? Yes, the holiday season is on its way, and that means snowflakes, tinsel, and events galore!  Embrace all there is to offer in our city and check out some events the whole family will cherish. The Festival of Trees Shaw Conference Centre – November 30th – December 3rd, 2017 The Shaw Conference Centre is kicking off the season with their Festival of Trees. You’ll step into a winter wonderland with over 200 Christmas tree showcases and displays of creative gingerbread structures and decorated cakes throughout the centre.  While you shop...

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