By Ben SundockAug. 10, 2020 The Nashville Predators are taking huge losses both on and off the ice here in 2020. After a rather lackluster regular season, the Predators were given a shot a redeeming their screw ups from the last 10 months. In less than a week, the Preds
By ndstackenAug. 28, 2020 The NBA players boycotted playoff games on Wednesday and carried on into today sparking similar movements in leagues across the sports world. The Stack is back on this Thursday and honestly I really don’t know why. I don’t want to talk about it. We’re just rehashing
By Ben SundockAug. 28, 2020 Man it has been a crazy week in Nashville, Tennessee. On Wednesday, before the team made the decision to cancel practice to bring attention to the shooting of Jacob Blake in Wisconsin, General Manager Jon Robinson welcomed back linebacker Will Compton and running back Jeremy
By Daniel WallerAug. 31, 2020 Here are players I really like, and players I will avoid at their current ADP, according to ESPN. Draft at their ADP, or sooner: Odell Beckham Jr, 32 overall, #13 WR OBJ had a really rough year in Cleveland. I think he’ll bounce back and
By Alexander WildesAug. 24, 2020 Joel Embiid and the Philadelphia 76ers have become known for their mantra “Trust the Process”, but the results of the process have taken a bit longer than expected. The Sixers’ have some extremely talented players on their roster, but they just always seem to disappoint.
By Alexander WildesAug. 27, 2020 Since the departure of LeBron James in 2014, the Miami Heat have struggled to put together a truly elite team to compete for a championship. The franchise had seen stars such as Dwyane Wade, Hassan Whiteside, Chris Bosh, and Goran Dragic star in the previous
November 21, 2017 by Irene Kot The connection between a parent and a child is the child’s first impression of the world. It sets the tone for all further communication with others. Strong family ties contribute to the development of child’s independence, curiosity, self-esteem and ability to make decisions. That’s
As a Canadian registered nurse, I see rashes on children all year-around, with a surge in the summer months where Canadians spend more time in nature and are closer to environmental irritants (Carson & Spence, 2010). Generally, most of these rashes are harmless and require no intervention, causing discomfort and
August 28, 2017 by Brittany School is 2 weeks away for most of our little ones. To the seasoned veterans this can’t come soon enough, but for those with little ones just starting kindergarten; this next couple weeks will FLY by. Coming from a pro-preschool Mommy let me tell you,
October 17, 2017 by Brittany Any parent can relate. It’s 4pm you check the fridge/freezer and there’s nothing to make for dinner. Either your spouse is still at work or non-existent, but you need to go to the grocery store – kids in tow. Here are this Mom’s practical tips
December 7, 2017 by Brittany Planning your ideal getaway doesn’t need to be difficult or expensive. Did you know Trivago offers an online magazine to help make your travel decisions that much easier? Room5 is an exceptional resource for anyone looking to make educated, cost effective travel plans. Finding the lowest
We can tout the benefits of budgeting all day long, and you still might be thinking, “A budget—on my income? Who are you kidding?” Whether money management has always been a challenge or the fallout from the coronavirus killed your budget, it’s important for your financial future to start one
When you think of someone with a gambling problem, you probably envision someone blowing their entire paycheck on a blackjack table, or worse, their life’s savings. But playing the Canada lottery is also a form of gambling. Now, there isn’t anything wrong with buying a couple of scratch-offs as a
We simply can’t live without our smartphones. We use them to email, shop, get directions… so why not install a budgeting app? Since they’re always with us, they can be especially useful when it comes to keeping track of our expenses. Today, there are a variety of apps designed to
There’s always someone looking to make a quick buck, and last year, fraudsters made nearly $100 million of them off of unsuspecting Canadians through scams. Even worse? Many people don’t report when they’ve been scammed, often because they’re embarrassed that they were duped, so that number is likely significantly greater.