5 Strategies for Spending Less at Restaurants

The weekend is here, and of course your undomesticated self will probably be going out to eat. Unless you are an Instagram foodie with a bunch of exclusive free dinners, chances are your wallet is taking a hard hit from all those entrees. You won’t completely cut restaurants out of your social life, so let’s try a few strategies for saving money while you eat … Continue reading 5 Strategies for Spending Less at Restaurants

7 Famous Canadians Who Went To Your University

Photo credit: George Pimentel/WireImage Nina Dobrev – Ryerson University  “I read the ‘Twilight’ books before the movie and the whole craze happened…I was in love with Edward before every other girl that says she’s in love with him was.” It’s safe to say that we’ve gotten over our collective obsession with vampires at least until the next craze. The vampire frenzy in pop culture was not … Continue reading 7 Famous Canadians Who Went To Your University

Raptors Fans Shine: Reflections on an Incredible Season

Photo credit: Bernard Weil/Toronto Star By: Sebastian Parodi | @sebastianparodi “The Raptors are going to get swept.” That is what the “NBA experts” were saying. That’s what everyone outside of Toronto was thinking. Yet here I am, watching replays of the Raptors’ last game – Game 6, not Game 4. The Raptors managed to win two games against the strong Cleveland Cavaliers in their first … Continue reading Raptors Fans Shine: Reflections on an Incredible Season

Raptors’ Cleverest Fan Is The Toronto Public Library

Photo credit: Frank Gunn/The Canadian Press Toronto’s basketball fans are considered some of the most passionate in the League. “Every colleague I run into from other NBA teams just talks about our fans,” Shannon Hosford, VP of marketing and communications at MLSE told the Toronto Star. Toronto has put its all into cheering on the Raptors, a team that has been largely dismissed by sports media and … Continue reading Raptors’ Cleverest Fan Is The Toronto Public Library

5 Ways to Prepare for the Job Market While Getting Your Degree

An undergraduate degree is great, and contrary to what people may tell you, it does open doors. The problem is that there are a lot more people trying to rush through those doors than there were before. The trick then is to make sure you know what employers are looking for – and contrary to popular belief, they are looking. Stop Accumulating Positions, Start Accumulating … Continue reading 5 Ways to Prepare for the Job Market While Getting Your Degree

With Your Woman Wednesday: Naomi Wolfe

This week on with your woman Wednesday we’re chatting with Naomi Wolfe. Leaving school doesn’t mean the end of your education, and for a lot of people deciding to take a break from college or university is a frightening step. Naomi was generous enough to share her current experience navigating her academic career, and she provides thoughtful insight about making honest decisions when it comes to pursuing … Continue reading With Your Woman Wednesday: Naomi Wolfe

At Your Man’s House Monday: Darryl Gentil

This week on At Your Man’s House Monday we’re speaking with budding entrepreneur Darryl Gentil. With his mind focused on market trends and his heart set on helping others, Darryl is presently engaged in shaping the future of e-commerce. He talks to us about the pursuit of success, the productive power of fear, and the importance of surrounding yourself with driven people. You started your post secondary studies … Continue reading At Your Man’s House Monday: Darryl Gentil

When Late Marks No Longer Make You Flinch

I often say that it’s a shame the sky didn’t come crashing down the first time I submitted something late, because now I treat deadlines like suggestions. I should point out that this mentality is exclusively applied to unpaid, non group, school work. (How you doin’ future employers?) Perhaps it’s because in this case the only person I’m really letting down is myself. But that’s a … Continue reading When Late Marks No Longer Make You Flinch