Every year, creative new ways to store bikes keep appearing in the marketplace. Based on the number of bikes you need to store and your family’s overall garage storage requirements, a little planning will make your bicycle rack storage options become apparent. When reviewing your next garage renovation, consider the amount of space you have available and how you might need to use it for storage.
When conflict persists and festers within families, or between friends or colleagues, it is likely neither party is listening.
“Most people do not listen with the intent to understand; they listen with the intent to reply.”
— Stephen Covey
There are five main family styles of tai chi chuan: Chen, Yang, Wu, Sun and Hao. All five styles have the same origin and share many similarities. However, each style has its own unique characteristics and emphasizes a particular aspect of movement. Whether you are brand new to tai chi or a current practitioner of one of the five styles, it is useful to learn a little about what makes each style distinctive. To that end, let’s explore the five family styles of tai chi.
Each year, eight million Canadians are caring for a friend or loved one who is ill or disabled. Nearly half of those are caring for a parent or an in-law. Managing the daily needs of an elderly or infirmed family member is an extremely challenging job. Yet, it can be vastly rewarding to help a loved one age with grace and dignity. Few expect to be thrust into the role of primary caregiver. So, most family caregivers are unprepared for the myriad of responsibilities and the time commitment required when serving as case manager for a loved one.
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The Saturday after Labour Day is Clean Out Your Garage Day, an unofficial holiday. Granted, spending Saturday digging through the clutter in your garage probably isn’t your ideal way to spend your hard-earned time off. However, a clean, orderly garage is worth the sacrifice. Still, when the garage has become a dumping ground for the entire family, just getting started can be the most difficult task. The responsibility of cleaning out the garage often falls to a single family member. This hardly seems fair, since several members of the family are typically responsible for the mess. With that in mind, why not make cleaning out your garage a family project? Organizing the entire family to tackle what feels like a daunting project can be challenging. However, if the mere thought of doing so makes you break out in a cold sweat, don’t worry. Here are a few tips for making Clean Out Your Garage Day a fun, family project. Have a Brief Family Meeting When possible, notify all family member