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The Life and Times of Casey Palmer — The State of the #BloggerLife, March 2019 — Consistently Inconsistent (Featured Image)

The Life and Times of Casey Palmer — The State of the #BloggerLife, March 2019 — Consistently Inconsistent

As I hustle to consolidate my ideas in one place, I can’t help but look back on the year so far and how much I’ve accomplished in the process. I’ve had plenty of opportunities to slow things down and take some time to let things simmer, but it […]

Insurance Done Right — How to Protect the People You Care About WITHOUT Selling the Farm! (Featured Image)

Insurance Done Right — How to Protect the People You Care About WITHOUT Selling the Farm!

It finally happened, Toronto. We thought we could dodge it and the good times would last forever. People strolled around in the middle of December with their coats wide open, not caring that the calendar marked toboggan season. I saw people still mowing their lawns in late November—a time […]

Drive Your Way to Delight with Auto Insurance at isure.ca (Featured Image)

GIVEAWAY: Drive Your Way to Delight with Auto Insurance at isure.ca!

I’ve heard it said that driving a car is easy—it’s just everybody else on the road that you need to worry about! In the three years I’ve driven so far (because once you’ve hit 30, it’s time to start taking adulting seriously), I’ve seen some things. I’ve learned to wish ill […]

Live Better- Letting isure do the Worrying FOR You. (Featured Image)

Live Better — Letting isure do the Worrying FOR You.

Everybody has something they’re trying to protect. I didn’t fully appreciate it until we started having kids, but I’d take a bullet for my family. The things I held dear before were far more intangible — my viewpoints and ideals; the things you couldn’t see but very much […]

How Manulife Can Cover Me — Why Life Insurance is SO IMPORTANT (Featured Image)

SPONSORED POST: How Manulife Can Cover Me — Why Life Insurance is SO IMPORTANT.

Fatherhood changed me as a man. Many guys think it’ll be when she walks down the aisle or when you say “I do”, but for me, we entered our marriage as two adults who were still living their lives — we just shared with one another the things […]

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