How to make sure your child feels seen, learning to trust your gut instead of the best-before label, important information to keep in mind when applying for travel insurance, and some dangerous cyber scams to watch out for. This week’s Fresh Finds.
All parents want their children to grow into happy, well-adjusted adults. Check out this Ted Talk to find out why making sure children feel seen is one of the most important things you can do for their development. It’s easier than you think!
Can you guess how much money you waste each year by following the best-before labels on your food? Turns out, those dates have little to do with the actual safety of the product. Here’s a guide to using your own judgement next time you clean out your fridge.
Did you know that a doctor’s visit for the flu could count as a pre-existing condition on your travel health insurance? Check out this article for more important information to keep in mind when you apply. It could save you from some nasty surprises down the line.
Did you know that cyber thieves have figured out a way to steal Canadians’ phone numbers through unauthorized cellphone porting? Here’s what you need to know to keep yourself safe.
Speaking of scams, you’re much more likely to fall for phishing emails than you think. Here are some of the psychological tricks scammers use to try to override your common sense. Have you encountered any emails like this before?
Awww of the week: This super helpful beluga
See you next week!
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