5 ESSENTIAL FACTS ABOUT REGISTERED EDUCATION SAVINGS PLANS

A Registered Education Savings Plan is an amazing way to save for your child’s future. Instead of worrying about the enormous expenses usually involved in sending a child to college or university, you can relax in the knowledge that your child will have a great education and a bright future ahead of them. There are several different types of plans, investments, and so on so it is always a good idea to research heritage registered education savings plans before you commit to one. This article has you covered! Read on to learn five essential facts about Registered Education Savings Plans.

Weird Family Decals

I’m not so much for decorating my car, so I don’t exactly understand why other people do. I mean, if I have to be bored in traffic, I think everyone else should be, too! I’m not going to provide you people with free entertainment while driving. Apparently that’s what your cell phones are for! I […]

  • Simon
  • December 9, 2016
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I’m not that easily fooled

I haven’t posted much lately, because I just haven’t had much that pissed me off. But then this afternoon I worked myself into such a lather over this damn article and ended up blowing off my entire to-do list. I started to bitch about this on my fan page, but decided I still had more […]

  • Simon
  • December 9, 2016
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New Rules for Schools

Note for Non-Americans: I don’t know about your country’s educational system and, don’t take this the wrong way but, frankly I don’t care. No matter how perfect your country and your country’s school system are, it’s not doing me much good to rub my nose in it. So for today we’re going to talk about […]

  • Simon
  • December 9, 2016
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About Phoena

I’m a mediocre, 30-something, childfree woman. I’m overopinionated and say a lot of things that offend other people. Sometimes I even say things JUST to offend other people. As long as I’m at it, I might as well have some fun along the way, right? The only interesting thing about me is that I run […]

  • Simon
  • December 9, 2016
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About this Site

Dos and Don’ts about this website and this journal specifically: Don’t expect this site to be all politically correct. If you are some easily-offended cry-baby who is going to think things I say are too harsh, this isn’t the journal for you. Go hang out on the playground and leave this site to the grown-ups. […]

  • Simon
  • December 9, 2016
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The Rules

Here are the rules for everyone. Break the rules, and I may delete your post(s) or worse. I hate censorship and I don’t like deleting comments, but I also hate the journal being clogged up with the following bullshit: I’m opening up comments again so you don’t have to be a registered user to comment. […]

  • Simon
  • December 9, 2016
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Paging Maury Pauvich

From PostSecret: In case you have trouble reading the photo, it says: One of these men is the father of the most amazing little girl in the world. He’s never met her, he never will. He probably can’t even remember my name. Maybe, just maybe, if you didn’t sleep with seven different guys in the […]

  • Simon
  • December 9, 2016
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New Baby Is Just Not Enough

I absolutely cannot understand the instant gratification and never-satisfied attitudes of the current generation coming of age. I guess I shouldn’t be surprised — they are the same kids I have been complaining about for 15 years and they’ve grown into the very overgrown, spoiled brats I thought they would become. Still, I’d been holding […]

  • Simon
  • December 9, 2016
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All Natural Bullshit

I cringe every time I hear some bimbo mommy justifying her stupidity and crap parenting by suggesting that it’s “all natural.” I’m not just talking about breastfeeding “natural” argument, but about a whole slew of other stupid behaviors I’ve heard mommies justify lately with this “natural” bullshit.   Co-sleeping – well that’s how the animal […]

  • Simon
  • December 9, 2016
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As Seen On TV

Love her or hate her, Roseanne Barr has some interesting things to say on her new reality series, Roseanne’s Nuts. In the episode “Grrrl Power”, she’s been invited to give a speech to high school girls. Here she talks about what she wants to say to young girls today: Roseanne: “The most out-there thing I’m […]

  • Simon
  • December 9, 2016
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Let’s hear it for Judge Lynn Toler!

Note: Do not read the post or watch the video below if it’s going to make you foam at the mouth and complain about how much you hate these shows. If you hate them, you are free click away from this page now. Have I mentioned my husband’s penchant for judge shows? Let’s not even […]

  • Simon
  • December 9, 2016
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Are You Aware Of These 7 Ways That A Medical Malpractice Lawyer Can Help?

Medical malpractice cases can be a real headache sometimes, especially when you don’t have a qualified and experienced lawyer backing your case up. Ensure you look for a lawyer who will help increase your chances of winning the case and getting you the compensation which you deserve. And here is where experienced medical malpractice lawyers Toronto come in handy. These attorneys bring with them many things and tools that will greatly assist your case. Here is a short list of some of the reasons why you need to have a qualified and experienced attorney by your side.

  • Ann
  • May 8, 2016
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