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We’re In A Good Place – The Parenting Biz

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We’re In A Good Place – The Parenting Biz

Welcome summer! We are ready for you and Windsor Essex is definitely the place to be. This is why our June issue lists the best things to do in the region and how you do not have to travel far for an adventure.

Not only are there a ton of festivals and outdoor events coming up, but there are a whole slew of businesses and organizations offering plenty of fun and entertainment for you, your family, friends and co-workers.

We want to get your summer started on the right foot and highlight a few places to check out. Some may be new while others you may not have thought of in many years. Regardless, we will prove this area is the perfect place for a staycation.

We write about leisure activities for the young and old — something for everyone no matter what you fancy.

After all that is what Biz X is about. We aim to reach as many people as possible by having editorial content that all can relate to.

My entire team works very hard each and every issue to find interesting stories and new topics. Just check each page to see we have everything from funny pets, city politics, new businesses, stocks & bonds and event listings to millennial matters, home/lifestyle issues, advice for aspiring musicians, women in business, leadership skills, the food industry and more!

I specifically want to mention a column by Andrea GrimesThe Way It Was — which focuses on the past and the effect of 

WWII. It was a very distinguished honour for us as Don Denne, Executive Director of the London Military Family Resource Centre took the time to write to show his appreciation for Andrea’s efforts.

We know our magazine is admired when we receive handwritten letters like this, emails, positive reviews on social media and comments on our website. But, we are always looking to expand.

Now we introduce The Parenting Biz” section targeted at working parents providing information on local companies catering to children. As you will read in this issue our first topic is on summer day camps. Kids having fun while their parents are at the office — oh to be young again!

I hope you enjoy this edition and find each article informative. If you have any suggestions for future content, please visit the “MORE” section on our website and choose “CONTACT US”. . . I would love to e-chat with you.