What’s with all this rain?

Every spring you will hear children chanting that old nursery rhyme, “Rain, rain, go away.  Come again another day.”

Have you ever wondered why it rains so much in the spring?  There is a definite reason that spring is known as the rainy season in Canada.

Remember elementary school?  You studied the water cycle.  Water was evaporated and gathered in the clouds until the clouds became too heavy to hold it.  Rain, sleet or snow would fall from the clouds and end up on earth again

The basics of how rain is formed are still the same.

The water droplets evaporate and become ice particles that combine together in the clouds.  When updrafts in the clouds become strong enough, there is a good chance the precipitation will fall as rain from the clouds.

While it can rain during any season of the year, there is one time of year that seems to offer more rain than any other in Canada & the US.

Spring is the time of year when temperatures in the north are still cold and dry while temperatures from the southern regions are warm and humid.  When the hot and cold air masses meet, the combination of temperatures causes the to air rise and it creates a strong cold front, which can often include thunderstorms.  These thunderstorms provide rain.  They produce enough rain to produce the May flowers from the verse “April showers bring May flowers!”

The spring weather fronts change as the air becomes warmer.  As summer approaches, the necessary weather conditions do not exist as frequently and the rainy season turns into an occasional rain storm.

The same effects happen every year.  Prepare yourself for the rains of spring by grabbing a good umbrella, boots and rain coat.  When the rain hits, you’ll be singing in the rain!

There …doesn’t that make you feel better? Me neither.

But this should…if someone is raining on your receivables and not paying you , we can make it stop.

‘Cause that’s what we do Winter, Summer, Spring or Fall. Rain or Shine

💲 Not getting Paid? Get the experts. 💲

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We’ve been helping our clients deal with the stress of unpaid receivables and collecting their money for over 30 years.

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theydidntpay@cclsinc.ca
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When your mood is falling as fast as the thermometer 🌨️, these small lifestyle

If you’re starting to feel like nothing but a very full, very strong pot of coffee will get you out of bed, join the club. Holiday bills are high, temperatures are low, and the days are way too short. Here, scientifically proven ways to lift your spirits and ease the mid-winter doldrums.

 

1. Make your environment brighter. When your body is craving more daylight, sitting next to an artificial light—also called a light box—for 30 minutes per day can be as effective as antidepressant medication. Opening blinds and curtains, trimming back tree branches, and sitting closer to windows can also help provide an extra dose of sunshine. 

2. Eat smarter. Certain foods, like chocolate, can help to enhance your mood and relieve anxiety. Other foods, like candy and carbohydrates provide temporary feelings of euphoria, but could ultimately increase feelings of anxiety and depression. 

3. Simulate dawn. People with Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), a form of depression that usually begins in late fall or early winter and fades as the weather improves, may feel depressed, irritable, lethargic, and have trouble waking up in the morning—especially when it’s still dark out. Studies show that a dawn simulator, a device that causes the lights in your bedroom to gradually brighten over a set period of time, can serve as an antidepressant and make it easier to get out of bed.

4. Exercise. A 2005 study from Harvard University suggests walking fast for about 35 minutes a day five times a week or 60 minutes a day three times a week improved symptoms of mild to moderate depression. Exercising under bright lights may be even better for seasonal depression: A preliminary study found that exercise under bright light improved general mental health, social functioning, depressive symptoms, and vitality, while exercise in ordinary light improved vitality only. Try these mood boosting workouts.

5. Turn on the tunes. In a 2013 study, researchers showed that listening to upbeat or cheery music significantly improved participant’s mood in both the short and long term.

6. Plan a vacation. Longing for sunnier days at the beach? Research shows that the simple act of planning a vacation causes a significant increase in overall happiness. 

7. Help others. Ladling out soup at the local shelter or volunteering your time can improve mental health and life satisfaction. 

8. Get outside. Talking yourself into taking a walk when the temperatures plummet isn’t easy, but the benefits are big: Spending time outside (even when it’s chilly!) can improve focus, reduce symptoms of SAD, and lower stress levels.

On the other hand…

If some of the blues are  because of unpaid dues

Call or email Cdn Corp Legal Services today

And watch those blues just float away…

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We have Bad news 😳 and We have Good news 😃!

And now for the rest…..

BAD NEWS..THE GOVERNMENT HAS RAISED COURT FEES BEGINNING NOVEMEBER

GOOD NEWS…RUMOR HAS IT…SMALL CLAIMS COURT LIMIT MAY BE GOING UP TO $50,000.00

WHEN? WE’LL LET YOU KNOW AS SOON AS IT STOPS BEING A RUMOR

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Lawyers and Paralegals on Staff

Michael Lebovic
theydidntpay@cclsinc.ca
(416) 784-3770, ext. 224
www.TheyDidntPay.com

Fall is Here!

It’s hard to believe but it’s once again Fall

Still – on past due accounts – don’t drop the ball!

Action sooner than later is always the best

So that they don’t wind up in eternal rest

IF YOU HAVE SOMEONE WHO REFUSES TO PAY

CALL CDN CORP LEGAL AND SEND HIM OUR WAY