Recent Study Shows Millennials Prioritize Travel
According to a recent conducted study examining the priorities of millennials, travelling abroad ranked higher than most of what else might concern a young person – this included priorities like buying a home or car, savings and retirement ...
Posted by Gerard Hagan on January 2, 2017 in Main
What to Do in Edmonton this Weekend Dec 2nd - 4th, 2016
December is here and if you are looking to enjoy some holiday activities or practically anything else, you have come to the right place. The following is a collection of the happenings this weekend in The Big E.
Light-Up & Celebrate the Season ...
Posted by Gerard Hagan on December 2, 2016 in Main
Top Places in Edmonton to Get Your Dessert Fix
Top Places in Edmonton to Get Your Dessert Fix
We all have those moments where the only thing we wish for is the warm (or cold), sugary embrace of our sweet treat of choice. Here are a few places in Edmonton that you can go in those moments to find ...
Posted by Gerard Hagan on November 16, 2016 in Main
Concrete Countertops: Are they worth the investment?
So, you’ve decided to renovate your outdated kitchen in the hopes of improving their property value and accelerating your sale. You’ve always wanted to try out customized, concrete countertops, and are ...
Posted by Gerard Hagan on October 11, 2016 in Main
Buying a Haunted House: Everything You Need to Know About Buying a Spooky New Home
Is the idea of sharing a brand new home with its previous tenants a deal-breaker? Most people would never consider this, but for the superstitious out there who are looking for real estate it's a very valid question. Some houses come with ghastly ...
Posted by Gerard Hagan on October 30, 2015 in Main
Spring In Edmonton - A Time To Sow
Spring in Edmonton takes it’s time to arrive and like many gardeners, you may have noticed that it comes later and later each year.
Gardening is more than sticking stuff in the dirt and hoping it will grow. Its work and it takes a bit of ...
Posted by Gerard Hagan on April 24, 2015 in Main
If gardening became a national pass time in summer instead of lawn mowing, and each person grew only a 10 by 10 ft garden, the food bill of every family would be reduced and the food crisis would be reduced significantly.
But, what, if anything does ...
Posted by Gerard Hagan on April 14, 2015 in Main
When To Plant And Cultivate A Garden in Edmonton
Gardening is coming back into vogue again. Partially because it is one way to cut down your food costs, provide nourishing food for your family, and it is the single most defiant, non violent act of revolution.
Seasoned gardeners know when to ...
Posted by Gerard Hagan on April 13, 2015 in Main
Our Merry Christmas Wish!
Here's a helpful hint for all the gift wrapping that needs to be done. This method is so quick and easy and requires only 2 pieces of tape!
Posted by Gerard Hagan on December 10, 2014 in Main
Date Night: Three Edmonton-Area Art Galleries That Are Perfect for Those New to Art
In 2007 the Cultural Capitals of Canada Program named Edmonton the cultural capital of Canada due in part to its abundance of art galleries that showcase both local artists and artists from across North America. The 124th St. gallery district, close ...
Posted by Gerard Hagan on August 27, 2014 in Main
Canada’s Women Hockey Team Wins Gold, Prime Minister Harper Wins Beer
Prime Minster Harper will soon be collecting his just rewards. He and President Obama made a wager on the outcome of the Olympic Hockey matchups between Canada and the United States. The ladies have already come through with their gold medal win. ...
Posted by Gerard Hagan on February 24, 2014 in Main
Calgary, The King Of Parking.
Recently a survey has been released discussing in detail the increase in the average monthly cost of parking in areas around Canada and other cities. The survey was based on the monthly average cost of parking in the previous year compared to this ...
Posted by Gerard Hagan on October 10, 2012 in Main
Is Your Home Haunted?
There are many different things that a person considers prior to purchasing a home. One of these things is the history of the home, such as a home where a death occured, meaning that the seller had died inside of the home. The decision is often made ...
Posted by Gerard Hagan on October 9, 2012 in Main
Can You Guess The One Word That Makes You Rich?
Setting out the goal of buying a home of the greatest challenges you will ever face. It will require dedication, perseverance, and planning. Many wonder how it is that some manage to do this easily and others struggle. There is one word that the ...
Posted by Gerard Hagan on January 1, 2006 in Main