With Covid-19 many of us are hoping this might be the death of the open concept office, is it just wishful thinking on my part? The CDC doesn’t like them, but I suspect they may keep going none the less.
Big Cajun Man shares his experience with a severe bladder issue with the aim to raise awareness about Men’s Health issues during Movember (Men’s Health Awareness month in November). Despite experiencing various symptoms such as inability to urinate and severe pain, he initially ignored them which led to emergency hospitalization and a catheter placement. Diagnosis revealed his prostate had grown and obstructed his urethra, leading to a Trans Urethral Resection of the Prostate (TURP). The author emphasizes the importance of early intervention in health issues, regular doctor visits, and being proactive about one’s health.
About 11 years ago I started writing this site, but today is the real reason behind why I started writing. Today is my son’s birthday, and if you have read through my RDSP section and a… Read More »The Origins of the Canadian Personal Finance Place
Not only is it Saint Patrick day, it is also the anniversary of me starting this important personal finance thome (ok, poetic license on that). â˜˜ï¸ âŒ¨ï¸â˜˜ï¸
The concept of a single day for autism awareness while a good idea, for those of us with children on the spectrum is a little bit underwhelming as well.