Best Occupational Therapy Podcasts of 2023

As a busy occupational therapist, you know how hard it is to find time to learn more about your field, grow your client base, or keep up-to-date on the latest studies and journal articles. But take heart! A great variety of OT podcasts can provide the resources you need to advance your knowledge, connect with […]

Insider’s guide to Everglades National Park

The Everglades are genuinely one-of-a-kind. Only a few thousand years old, this singular wetland on the toe of Florida historically saw rainfall and overflow from Lake Okeechobee send a slow-moving sheet of water to Florida Bay and the Gulf of Mexico (and, to a lesser extent, the Atlantic) through vast marshes of sawgrass—the famous “river […]

A Technology Safety Guide for Parents of Children With Autism

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), roughly one in 59 children in the United States has been identified as having Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Caregivers of these unique children face a host of challenges, and tech safety is one of those challenges. Technology can be helpful for children with autism, but […]

5 Ways a Sports Injury Chiropractor Can Help Athletes

Athletes put a huge amount of effort into keeping their bodies in perfect performance condition. They eat mindfully to fuel their energy and build muscle, they work out—a lot—and do everything they can to optimize their athletic performance. They also tend to struggle with a lot of sports injuries. From overuse and over-extension injuries to […]

Real Estate Investing for Tight Budgets

Real estate investing is a great way to build long-term wealth, but many people believe that it’s only for those with deep pockets. However, there are several ways to invest in real estate on a tight budget. In this post, we’ll explore some of the strategies that you can use to start investing in real […]

Best Calgary Neighbourhoods for Rocky Mountain Views

Calgary is a city of about 1.2 million people in the province of Alberta. Founded in the late 1800s, it received its name from Calgary on the Isle of Mall in Scotland. The city lies within the foothills of the Parkland and Grassland Natural regions. It also is located between the foothills of the Rocky […]

10 Questions People Forget To Ask Their Loan Officer

Your loan officer has the power to grant or deny you the money to buy your dream home! He’s the one who can make your mortgage possible or deny your move altogether. He’s obviously an important person, and you should ensure that you have clear communication with him or her throughout your real estate transaction. […]

10 Must-Have Mental Preparation Tips for Selling Your Home

So…you are getting ready to sell your home, and you’re probably pretty excited, we get that. But wait…not so fast! Before you jump into it full throttle, there are a few things you need to know first, especially if you want to make it out alive! Wait! What do you mean make it out alive? […]

9 Facts That Prove the Housing Market is Anything but Normal Right Now

The housing market is complex, with numerous factors defining whether it’s a buyer’s or seller’s market. In recent years, the mortgage industry has seen a significant amount of growth, with home values skyrocketing in some areas as interest rates remained low. Consumers also found limited inventory, which has caused houses in some areas to sell […]

9 Industry Secrets to Getting Your Home Offer Accepted

So you found the perfect home, and you’re excited—we get it! But having the seller accept that offer might be a little more difficult than you think. Gone are the days of offering less than the asking price and throwing in a bunch of contingencies. It has been a seller’s market for years now, and […]

Things to do in Raleigh

The Raleigh, Durham, and Chapel Hill area is known as the Research Triangle and is home to three well-known research universities — Duke, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and North Carolina State University. Raleigh has also attracted a highly trained workforce, which in turn has drawn more than 7,000 companies, including biotechnology and pharmaceutical firms. But it’s not […]