Adele Paul



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Adele Paul is an ex-teacher and world traveller turned stay-at-home mommy and blogger. The only thing she likes better than a night out with fine food and girlfriends is 8pm cuddle-time with her 3 children at her Saskatoon home. Find her at: www.tuesdaysisters.com

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7 World-Class Treasures You’ll Only Find in Saskatchewan

Posted on: May 31, 2021

I’m a Saskatchewan girl, born and bred, but I’ve been around the globe enough to recognize a world-class treasure when I see one, and Saskatchewan has more than its fair share! Some I’ve relished time and again, and some are on my bucket list, but if you’re in the neighbourhood
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Travelling with Other People’s Kids – 5 Reasons NOT to Go Nuclear on your next Family Vacation

Posted on: November 8, 2019

‘MOM! I HAD IT FIRST!’ ‘BUT SHE WASN’T USING IT!’ ‘YES, I WAS. MOOOOM. HE WON’T GIVE IT BACK.’ ‘FINDERS KEEPERS! MOOOOOOOOOM!’ …the chorus line of every family car ride, road trip, plane delay, rain day and holiday stay known to mankind. If it’s not fighting over the possession-du-jour, it’s
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Must-See Maui for Families : 9 Attractions for All Ages

Posted on: June 13, 2019

Families looking to push the easy button for a hot getaway best not discount Hawaii’s most popular island! Maui is green, full of amazing beaches & luscious scenery, and it boasts some of the best weather on any of the Hawaiian islands. This tropical paradise keeps visitors coming back time
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48 Hours of Family Fun in Regina, Canada’s Queen City

Posted on: January 7, 2019

“It feels like we’re in England!” These words come from my nine-year-old son, half Brit by descent, and I can’t disagree. As we sit enjoying a gorgeous, sunny afternoon taking in all the pomp and ceremony of the Sergeant Major’s Parade at Regina’s RCMP Training Depot, our environment has undoubtedly
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Canucks, Crafts & Cheer! Find It All at These 8 Best Christmas Markets in Canada

Posted on: November 22, 2018

Christmas is just around the corner, and no one knows how to celebrate better than the citizens of the great, white north! Canadians love to ring in the season with mistletoe, plenty of snow and, of course, Christmas markets. From Victoria to St. John’s, our great nation is looking to
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The Windscape Kite Festival Takes Festivals to New Heights in the Land of Living Skies

Posted on: July 2, 2018

“KITES!” my kids shout in unison as we round the corner on South Railway Street in Swift Current, Saskatchewan. With a grain terminal to our right and an expanse of blue sky dotted with a colourful array of kites to our left, it is a truly unique prairie vista. The
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Humility, Imagination and the Elements–Spending a Night in a Tipi at Wanuskewin

Posted on: June 29, 2018

As we roll up to Wanuskewin Heritage Park 5km northwest of Saskatoon, the skies are moody. There’s a foreboding black cloud to the east, the air is uncharacteristically damp, and my Weather Network app tells me it will be 4 degrees overnight. I’m not a camper by any stretch of
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Celebrating 10 YEARS of the Family Fun Canada Network! Our Top Ten Stories of All-Time

Posted on: June 15, 2018

  In 2008, best friends and moms Melissa and Voula grew tired of missing out on some of the great family-friendly events and activities in their hometown of Calgary. They put their heads together in search of a solution, decided to start a website that would keep local parents in
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Summer Holidays! 9 Things To Do When Camping Isn’t Your Thing

Posted on: May 11, 2018

It’s a scene we re-enact year after year. Our family of five pays an annual visit to Can Tire to pick up the odds and ends we need to put in our vegetable patch. The kids get distracted by the Outdoor Living section and bombard me with all kinds of
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7 Tips for Surviving the Night with a Baby in Your Hotel Room

Posted on: March 30, 2018

To stay or not stay? The dreaded baby-in-a-hotel-room conundrum is enough to get any travelling parent’s head spinning. What are the best sleeping arrangements? To flush or not to flush after that 2am pee break? Will the light from the Kindle be enough to disturb your little one’s descent into
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