Recently I contributed content to a new section on Best Health magazine’s website that addresses living with lactose intolerance. If you’re one of the seven million Canadians who can’t digest this milk sugar properly, you’ll want to read my latest online articles: “7 Myths about Lactose Intolerance” and “8 Ways You can have Dairy When You’re Lactose Intolerant.”
Ever fantasize about a piece of PEI to call your own? In the new issue of Canadian Homes & Cottages magazine, I’ve profiled a beautifully restored homestead on the north shore of Prince Edward Island. Its grounds are so gorgeous that even Lucy Maud Montgomery was known to stop in for a spell or two (albeit a hundred years ago). Have a look at this article – including several breathtaking photos – to hear why these homeowners believe PEI is paradise on earth.
Want to travel in Canada, but tired of chain motels? If you’re looking for a different kind of accommodation, pick up the March/April issue of VIA Destinations, the on-train magazine, for my round-up of unusual overnights. It’s called “A Night to Remember.” Here’s more on the after-dark theme: In the current April issue of OWL magazine, I debate the pollution problem of city lights at night in my story, “Glow in the Dark.” Also this month, I speak to a husband-and-wife filmmaking team about why they love living in Thunder Bay, Ontario. That’s in the April issue of Zoomer. Lots to read!
If your parents are struggling with debt, they’re not the only ones. A full third of Canadian retirees age 55 and older still owe money on credit cards, bank loans and mortgages. Find out how you can help your folks in “Mom & Dad in Debt,” my new feature in the April issue of Canadian Living magazine.
And if that saps your energy, you might be thinking about stoking up with nutritional supplements. But will you really benefit from taking a multivitamin? Get the answer from my new story on the Best Health website, here.
Ever wonder about whitening your teeth? Worried about sensitivity, cost or time commitment? A selection of new products at the dentist’s office and for home use make it easier to choose one you can use. That’s covered in the new March/April issue of Best Health magazine. And on the Best Health website, I share the best ways (and the bad ways) to stay hydrated. It’s what you need to know if you’re trying to top up your water content!
Do your kids enjoy trying their hand at a doodle or two? Tell them to watch for my latest story in OWL magazine: “How to Become the Next Great Comic Artist,” which appears in the new March issue. And in the current issue of Zoomer magazine, you’ll find out just why Martha Hill Duncan, choral conductor and composer extraordinaire, is quite attached to her home in Kingston, Ontario.
If you’re new to parenting – and even if you’re not – you’ll likely be interested to hear the tips that a few famous moms and dads have passed along. I gathered seven pearls of wisdom from seven Canadian celebrities (all of them longtime moms or dads) for ParentsCanada magazine. Check it out in “If I Knew Then What I Know Now!”, found in the new new February/March issue.