Credit is a complex thing, and many people end up using their credit rating unwisely and then getting too much debt as a result. If your credit history isn’t good, then you will have setbacks and limits when you decide to pursue other credit accounts (such as cars, houses, mortgages.) If so, here’s how…
Four levels of relief with pros and cons of each Debt is never a good thing to have, and it can affect how we live. According to a report from 2015, the average Canadian owes $22,081 in consumer debt ($32,594 for Canadians 46 to 55 years old) and it is growing more with each year.…
“Living Independently: Autism and Hearing Loss” –Kelsey Hampson’s Story “I think the most important thing about living with a disability is being able to acknowledge it to yourself.” The day to day activities that most people take for granted can be monumental struggles to those with disabilities. Having more than one disability, and invisible ones…
“The Core of Independence”–Elizabeth Lalonde’s Story “Independence means to live one’s life with choice, with purpose, with self-initiation and self-determination.” I have been legally blind all my life due to a condition called Retinitis pigmentosa. I have no central or detail vision and see shapes and shadows from my peripheral. I use a long white…