Where were you last Saturday?
I know I’m not going to be the only one who has come to the end of the year and made a bunch of grand resolutions for the new year. I’m also not going to be the only person that has either given up or forgotten about those resolutions within weeks. It’s easy to look back on the past and imagine a better you for the future. Whether you’re creating a
When I moved from Nanaimo, B.C., back to Central Alberta in 2013, people thought I was nuts, that I had lost the plot.
I’m new to the Camrose community. Earlier this year, I moved my young family and business from Sherwood Park to Camrose because I saw great opportunity here, and I wanted to grow my family and business in this special city.
With the new year comes new programming at the Camrose Public Library. After receiving a grant, the library will be rolling out two new technology programs for teens and adults to add to their current Maker Mondays and one-on-one tech help program.
It’s January, people. Welcome to guilt trips, fad diets, gym memberships you’ll pay for and not use. Welcome to more guilt. Ah, the month that screams healthy eating, weight loss, new year’s resolutions. Why is it that when Jan. 1 appears on the calendar we make our annual trip to the bathroom scale and feel the weight of the world when we see we f
Each holiday brings with it its own set of traditions, whether they be long lasting ones carried on from grandparents or new ones started with new families. Holidays also tend to bring along their own set of favourite foods and special plans.