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“Anything you can’t control is teaching you how to let go.” ~Jackson Kiddard Fellow perfectionists, I’m guessing you know what it’s like: the constant need to control life and other people to ensure everything goes smoothly and everyone’s okay. It’s a maddening, exhausting habit, since the only thing we can control is ourselves. But we
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COVID-19 almost instantly reshaped the traditional workplace. Then employees realized that if they were working remotely anyway, why not be near distant relatives or on the beach? As the pandemic continues, companies field daily requests to make temporary remote working permanent, and to allow employees to live anywhere while working from home. From the extreme
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As some provinces face lockdowns and tighter restrictions, many people are struggling with their mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic. According to a November 2020 national survey led by researchers at the University of British Columbia in partnership with the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA), many Canadians were not making use of virtual resources to find
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By Lauren Tyler Updated January 14, 2021 Photo by Priscilla Du Preez on Unsplash By Lauren Tyler Updated January 14, 2021 Photo by Priscilla Du Preez on Unsplash I once went out with this guy who couldn’t take no for an answer. When I or anyone else disagreed with him or made alternative suggestions, he
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Halsey never shies away from the controversial. The singer-songwriter has built her reputation on being painstakingly honest about her mental health, upbringing, and the ups and downs that continue to follow her career.  The artist, whose real name is Ashley Nicolette Frangipane, has been put through wringers after wringers her whole life. She’s only twenty-six,
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“It’s easy to judge. It’s more difficult to understand. Understanding requires compassion, patience, and a willingness to believe that good hearts sometimes choose poor methods. Through judging, we separate. Through understanding, we grow.” ~Doe Zantamata “Why doesn’t he say something?” I was sitting at the dinner table with my partner and friends. Everyone was interacting
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Leveraging data from the largest research study conducted on organizational culture, book showcases interviews and case studies from some of the world’s top CEOs and companies  Seattle, January 12, 2021 – Corporate culture matters—and research proves culture is inextricably linked to organizational performance. With a new year upon us, and organizations that have been unintentionally
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The following article contains spoilers about Bridgerton Season 2. Read at your own discretion. Bridgerton, Netflix’s latest most-watched drama, has become a binge-worthy favourite for millions around the world. The series explores the themes of love and marriage among wealthy families in the Regency area of London, paired with beautiful costumes and a diverse cast.
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Over the last few weeks, dozens of Canadian politicians have been facing scrutiny over their decisions to leave the country during a global pandemic while their constituents were asked to stay home to quell surging cases of the novel coronavirus. Some, like former Ontario finance minister Rod Phillips and former Alberta municipal affairs minister Tracy
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