The year that felt like a decade is behind us and February 2020 seems as though it were a lifetime ago. The image of "Persistence of Memory" by Salvador Dali seems fitting. A scientific theory for why time occasionally feels like it decelerates is that time perception is driven by the number of memories formed in a given period and memories are created by experiences that are often new and surprising. This is perhaps why the monotony of driving to work for 20 years passes without you noticing, yet for my kids, summers at the lake seem to pass in a flash because there are an endless collection of new experiences and activities.
Are you looking for a break from cooking and eating at home?
Grab a cup of hot cocoa and set out on a driving tour!
We are currently experiencing market imbalance in different areas. The first is the activity we are seeing in the Real Estate market across Canada, another is the imbalance of personal savings of over $90 Billion being held in personal accounts.
As we are being encouraged to stay home this 2020 holiday season, snuggling on the couch, watching Christmas movies, and baking your favourite Christmas cookies can become even sweeter when you give some of the following delicious cookie recipes a try!
Home-buying preferences have dramatically changed now due to COVID. What once was on every buyers checklist has shifted as 2020 has had a profound impact on the way people live and work. Home design trends are now taking into consideration today's “new normal” way of life with buyers more interested in single-family homes with more square footage and larger backyard areas.
Vancouver Island hosts so many beautiful places to explore and one of our favourite destinations we are featuring this month are the beaches at Long Beach!
Canadian home sales and prices have reached a new high, as overall market conditions continue to trend upwards as they did in July and August.
Vancouver Island hosts so many beautiful places to explore and one of our favourite hidden gems we are featuring this month is Jack Point, Biggs Park in Nanaimo!
We know that Halloween is looking a little different this year but there are still a bunch of ways to make October 31st feel special and just as festive as years before. So get a costume ready and make it the happiest Halloween possible!
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