As a mom with 3 young boys I love the question “Can we go outside to play?” My boys come in dirty, sweaty, with rosy cheeks and smiling faces. Often, I find a trail of sand, dirt, rocks or sticks following them. We go through buckets of “bubble juice” and have a stick basket at the front door. Bugs are often brought into the house to see if they need to go to the vet and houses are made for the many creatures that may pass through our yard. Gardens are tended to by little hands, while worms and caterpillars provide engaging conversations over who gets to carry them next.
More than ever, the job market requires advanced degrees and specialized skills that can only come from higher learning. At the same time, the cost of education is continually rising and there’s uncertainty about what it may cost students in 15 or 20 years. It’s estimated three out of four new jobs require post-secondary education in the form of a university degree, college diploma, trades school or apprenticeship programs.
This month's guest blogger is Trevor Foraie, a Calgary-area real estate agent. Picking a new home is crazy stressful so he's compiled a few tips to streamline the journey and help families find their perfect match!