3 Ways to Avoid Holiday Debt Regret

Written by Yuki Hayashi 3 minute read $583: that’s the average amount Canadians planned to spend on gifts last holiday season. According to results of the CPA Canada Holiday Spending Monitor Update, a national poll conducted by Nielsen for the Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada, a whopping 50% of respondents normally don’t set a budget … Continue reading 3 Ways to Avoid Holiday Debt Regret

Put Your Superhero Powers to Sleep: 5 Great Methods for Whole Brain Living

Written by Team Optimity 3 minute read We all have a part of our brain that’s dedicated to our survival defences. It’s almost like having superhero powers that can be activated when we need to protect ourselves when we’re threatened or in danger. When we’re relaxed, this part of the brain goes about taking care … Continue reading Put Your Superhero Powers to Sleep: 5 Great Methods for Whole Brain Living

National Relaxation Day: A Day for Tranquility and Recentering

Written by Rachel Dong5 minute read August 15th is National Relaxation Day, a commemorative holiday for repose and tranquility. This year, it conveniently falls on a Saturday, presenting some amazing free time to really relax, unwind, and recenter your mind. For example, sit down and go through this simple relaxation routine from PsychologyToday, which focuses … Continue reading National Relaxation Day: A Day for Tranquility and Recentering