Are you looking for things to do with your kids this weekend? At Fairway, we know how important it is to spend quality time with your children. Especially after divorce, where your time with them is precious and limited. In this blog, we had our kids put together a list of 101 activities and crafts that they enjoy. Plus, they made sure to include a bunch of great sites that offer activities for kids to do all year round.
Do Not Underestimate the Power of Your Thoughts. Research has now concluded that what we think — is what we create. The “Spindrift Experiments” measured the power of positive prayer. In one experiment, they planted two groups of seeds, ensuring that all variables were the same and controlled.
While all divorces cause uncertainty and stress for the families, most are not played out for the entire world to watch and judge. From an emotional perspective, all divorces are the same regardless of wealth. We all feel pain and suffering the same irrespective of the size of our bank accounts. However, when it comes to money, this is an entirely different situation. There is a big difference between the rich and the poor when it comes to divorce and money.
The highly controversial dating website AshleyMadison.com has put out their per capita numbers for their site and apparently, Saskatoon ranks in at number 2 of the cheater-friendly cities of Canada. AshleyMadison.com is a site that encourages adultery through online dating and is apparently making a big splash in the western Canadian market.
As a proud Calgarian, I was shocked to find out that Calgary is the third most cheater friendly city in Canada. After some research on AshleyMadison.com, the infamous website for non-singles who are looking to hook up outside their relationships, my nervousness was confirmed with the slogan of “Life is short. Have an affair.®”
Kris Humphries doesn’t want a penny from Kim Kardashian because he claims the marriage was a fraud. Was the marriage used to increase ratings? Was it all just a strategic business move to collect an ROI on the $17 million wedding day? Well, Kris sure thinks so, and it seems that America agrees.