An open letter to the gate supervisor at my local subway station – his smile makes my day, and probably makes yours as well.
My experience at Torrid so far has been enlightening and empowering, and it’s only day two! How could just two days of work change your mind so much?
I loved my time in Korea. Honestly and truly. However, it takes a skin as thick as iron and confidence to be able to handle the Korean beauty ideals.
For those who want to send money home or order things from overseas, being able to connect your Korean bank account to Paypal is a huge help!
This weekend was Paddle The Rouge, a really great event to bring attention to the Rouge National Urban Park. We even had the Prime Minister join us! I got to be the social media manager and learnt a lot throughout the day.
After teaching overseas in Korea and Japan for so long, I realize that the act of being overseas actually helps my employability a lot!
It’s a very strange feeling when you find your love for your previous fandom fading. Especially when you’re replacing it with something much more “normal”.
I continue to ponder and think over the potential of returning to college, yet again, to try and actually get decently employed.
The government has forced Canadian media companies to roll out a $25 TV packages. But will it entice cord nevers like myself?
The Oscars were great, and definitely called out the diversity issue. But at the same time, there was a really tasteless joke…
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