At any age, taking care of yourself physically, mentally and financially is important, but many also want to do it with a sense of style.
In the “Heart: Smarts” episode of Go-To Grandma, host Kathy Buckworth welcomes stylist Iva Grbesic who walks listeners through the Coastal Grandma look, which has made its rounds on TikTok. Grbesic explains why it is more of a lifestyle than a look, how to achieve it and why it’s so popular. She also shares the season’s trends and how to feel confident with a style that’s best for you.
Next, Kathy welcomes Dr. Alice Cheng, who joins to talk about the effects of Type 2 diabetes on heart health. She explains the most important things Canadians should know about their cardiovascular health and walks through the ABCDEs of getting diabetes under control for long-term wellness.
At the 17:00 minute mark, Take 5 With RBC features Pam Liyanage, Co-CEO and Co-Founder of Money Prep, an online program designed to teach money-smart kids. Liyanage talks about the two components of the program — a full set of resources for teachers plus a fun learning component for kids — and how they’re amplifying it with support from RBC. Designed for kids aged 5 – 12, Money Prep can help kids learn real-life money skills that will last a lifetime.
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