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Good luck charms

I’m the kind of person who believes in good luck charms, karma, superstitions, and premonitions. I believe that positive thoughts will bring about positive results. Yesterday as I was going through my wallet to give my sister a toonie to buy a coffee (good karma), she asked what all the crap in my coin purse […]

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Twenty-Five ain’t so bad

“You’ll be fine. You’re 25. Feeling [unsure] and lost is part of your path. Don’t avoid it. See what those feelings are showing you and use it. Take a breath. You’ll be okay. Even if you don’t feel okay all the time.” ― Louis C.K., Untitled I turned twenty-five on Friday and although I’m not big on […]

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The people you encounter when you’re a walking cliche

The acquaintance you haven’t seen in years who gets off by asking you what you ‘do’ because she/he can tell by your Instagram/blog/Facebook/Twitter that you are doing ‘nothing’. This kind of person needs no explanation. Depending on your mood they depress you or they make you work harder because you’re not doing ‘nothing’, you’re doing everything […]

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The Opposite of Loneliness [Book Review]

I read about The Opposite of Loneliness in FLARE Magazine and immediately emailed Simon & Schuster Canada to ask them for a copy (please please please please!). They happily obliged in exchange for an honest review, one that I am honoured to give. Marina Keegan a graduate from Yale, died in a car crash five days after […]

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