Paige McEachren

Author Bio:

Paige McEachren spent over 20 years working in corporate communications for world-leading technology, healthcare and pharmaceutical companies. In 2015, she decided to leave the professional workplace to stay home and help her young kids navigate life with ADHD and dyslexia. When not taking care of her kids (3 including her husband), she loves to plan family vacations, struggles with the love of baking and wanting to be healthy, challenges herself to try new things and if lucky, finds a bit of quiet time. She shares her tales of a disordered life on her blog www.pieceofpie.ca.


Posts by Paige McEachren:

The Great Outdoors: Things to Do in Montreal While Social Distancing

Posted on: March 30, 2020

In an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19 (a.k.a. Coronavirus), the Government of Canada suggests citizens practise good hygiene, social distancing. People are avoiding crowded places, avoiding physical contact like handshakes, using public transit on off-peak hours when they can’t avoid it and when possible, using food delivery services
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No Travel? No Problem! Visit World Famous Sites, Online!

Posted on: March 18, 2020

What to do with kids while quarantined? Those words might strike fear into parents hearts, but its a reality the world faces in the spring of 2020. After being declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization, COVID-19 (a.k.a. the ‘coronavirus’) is leading to schools around the world closing for
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Everyone is talking about Iceland. Here is Why You Need to Visit!

Posted on: April 17, 2019

Everyone is talking about Iceland. If you haven’t been, you are likely considering going, and if you have, you are probably planning a return trip. Until recently this remote island in the middle of the North Atlantic was quite isolated but increased airline routes mean Iceland is sharing its incredible
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Canada Wild: What to Do When You Come Across a Wild Animal When Camping or Hiking

Posted on: July 30, 2018

Canada has 39 National Parks and eight National Park Reserves encompassing prairies, coastlines, forests and frozen peaks, only a small fraction of Canada’s immense 10 million square kilometre landmass. The unending supply of places to camp, hike and adventure in Canada means there is a good chance you will be near
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What Happens When You Let Your Kids Lead the Way During an Impromptu Road Trip? You Roam NYC with a 6 Year Old Haggler

Posted on: April 23, 2018

If you love to travel, big cities and excitement, you have been to, or want to go to New York City. Living only a few hours drive away from the Big Apple, I had a great idea; an impromptu road trip to New York with the kids to see a
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