Have You Made Your Will?
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The Best Decision You Can Make This Year 

A new year often prompts people to work on themselves, get better, healthier, and happier, and take control of their lives. This year, consider writing a will. It may be the best thing you do for yourself and your loved ones.
It's alarming that the majority of American and Canadian adults don't have a valid will. Dying intestate causes many problems for the family who is already grieving and overwhelmed. Don't become a statistic. Write your wishes in a will.

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What Is a Will?

Special words are used by lawyers and judges to describe the estate planning process and the way it is supervised by judges. To see how estate planning works you need to understand the basic terms and concepts. Read more.

Where Should I Put My Will?
If your will was prepared by a lawyer, finding a place to store it isn't a problem because lawyers are happy to do that for their clients. But when you make a will yourself, what options do you have? Read more.
The Content Planner by Angela Crocker
February 7, 2017
Angela Crocker's third book, The Content Planner, helps you plan, create and publish content to a website. Learn to use an editorial calendar to plan online content in advance and save time, share content consistent with the brand, and better serve customers and potential customers. 
Read an excerpt here.

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Move or Die by Tim Sitt
February 14, 2017
Working out a few times a week while otherwise leading a sedentary lifestyle will not keep you healthy. Tim Sitt explains how each of us can incorporate movement into our daily routines and be healthier, fitter, and happier.
Read an excerpt here.

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Learn to Guard Your Privacy in Cyberspace! (Ottawa event)

On January 31 (Tuesday) at 7-9 pm, Jim Bronskill and David McKie, the authors of Your Right to Privacy, will visit Octopus Books in Ottawa, ON, for an author event in celebration of Data Privacy Day. RSVP on Facebook here.
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