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Susan

Fredericton, Canada
My name is Susan, I'm a 25-year-old Atlantic Canadian with a love for food, health, and life! I'm a writer, researcher, journalist, Can-Fit-Pro certified Personal Training Specialist, and Nutrition & Wellness Specialist. I am currently undergoing treatment for Hodgkins Lymphoma, a cancer of... Full Bio
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Alternative Family Fun for the Easter Break by Susan Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon Hallelujah! It’s a long weekend. We have an extra two days off this weekend and need to make the most of it. While chocolate eggs and super-sticky marshmallow bunnies migh ... Read on »
“My Conscience is Clear” — The Health Benefits of Wine by Susan Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon It’s thought that grape cultivation and wine making started between 6,000 and 4,000 BC in Mesopotamia and the coastal areas around the Caspian Sea, so there’s nothing new ... Read on »
Learning to Trade the Financial Markets by Susan Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon Financial trading involves the buying and selling of shares and assets. Many people tend to think this is only meant for large companies and the wealthy. The truth is that ... Read on »
Mental & Digestive Health – Could Probiotics be the New Prozac? by Susan Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon I’m sure that you’re probably familiar with that nervous feeling of “butterflies in the stomach”. Perhaps you’ve experienced a “gut-wrenching” experience when learning of ... Read on »
Make-Believe Helps Kids Make Sense of Real World by Susan Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon Anyone who has young children will have experienced the seemingly endless list of questions they ask. Curiosity is a natural and important part of a child’s development an ... Read on »
10 Things You Should Stop Putting in Your Body by Susan Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon We only get one body and it is highly important that we take care of it, because once it is destroyed, sometimes, there is no fix. Sure, you can get surgery for things, bu ... Read on »
The Added Benefits of Practicing Yoga by Susan Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon Many people who lead a healthy lifestyle have turned to yoga to get fit and stay in shape. I personally love doing yoga in my spare time, because it helps me to relax and ... Read on »
The Five Best Cities in Australia by Susan Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon Australia is a popular destination for people travelling and even those wanting to move somewhere new for so many different reasons. Australia is absolutely beautiful, wit ... Read on »
What’s Hot in Bathroom Design for 2014? by Susan Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon Bathroom design trends go through changes every year, and 2014 is set to be a pretty big one. The last few years have seen trends focusing on the more bohemian and shabby ... Read on »
Unique Bedroom Design Ideas by Susan Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon A lot of people want their home to be the best, to be special and unique to them. It can range from simply having some stand out accessories around and about to the downri ... Read on »
Five Ways to Brighten Up Your Home by Susan Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon I have always liked to have a bright and cheerful home. For this reason alone, I feel like having walls that are just plain white are boring, so all of the walls in my hou ... Read on »
Three Essential Steps Towards Buying Your First Home by Susan Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon Buying your first home is a big deal and is something many people look forward to and save towards their entire lives. Of course, many people wait until they are married t ... Read on »
Is London the Greatest City on the Planet? by Susan Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon London could very well be the greatest city on the planet. It’s been the centre of the English-speaking world for centuries and has a wealth of history, art and culture to ... Read on »
How Donating to Charity Can Be Good for You by Susan Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon Each year at Christmas, it seems like no matter where you go, you can always see someone ringing a bell for the Salvation Army, looking for a donation. People who are in t ... Read on »
What Skills Do Young Drivers Need? by Susan Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon With young driver car insurance costing the earth these days, this is a clear reflection of the way in which lack of experience can have a direct impact on road safety in ... Read on »
London by Night by Susan Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon An Essential Guide for the Perfect Night Out The perfect night out in London can take many, many forms. The city is just so huge, varied and sprawling. With so many di ... Read on »
Skiing in Style: The Best Slopes of France by Susan Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon Skiing holidays in France can sometimes prove a little more expensive than other, less classy European resorts. However, if it’s style, quality and excellent après ski opt ... Read on »
Going Around the Houses by Susan Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon Have you ever flown indirect? If you have, you’ll probably be one of the many people who now consider it a very real part of a holiday plan. There was a time when no-one w ... Read on »
10 Inspirational Quotes for Women by Susan Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon Women are wonderful. Yes, I am a women and I believe this strongly. Some days, I feel less than wonderful and find myself needing some words of wisdom to get through the d ... Read on »
Escaping the 9-5 by Susan Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon Having a 9-5 job is frustrating – office politics, toxic co-workers , commuting and the corporate drudgery. I’ve been coming up with a plan for years now on how to escape ... Read on »