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This isn't the first time Trudeau has been named to a major list by a U.S. publication.
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It's just Adele in all her (hometown) glory.
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It's a mixed bag this year.
Who killed summer vacation? That's the million dollar question -- literally. Long gone are the days of casually taking a few weeks off with the family to go on a road trip, or jetting off to a remote destination where the real world ceases to exist. This is a problem.
Last week, we told you about how Victoria, B.C. residents buy the most sex toys in Canada. Well, turns out the same city also leads the country in — wait for it — selfies. According to data gathered b...
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There's so much pandering pap, Machiavellian crap and factory-processed opinion swirling around these days that when one encounters a fragment of truth, it is shocking and heart stopping. Trust me, you want people to buzz about your product, service, or cause? Then turn the bullshit generator off and tell it like it is.
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This week I made the decision to cancel my subscription to the 14 magazines I read regularly. So what did I learn this week other that I saved a bunch of money on magazines and made a few bucks on a Beatles book? I learned that print isn't dead in all cases. It's just being redirected...or redefined.
Pope Francis has been selected by Time magazine as the Person of the Year. In only his first year, the Pope was selected by the magazine's editor as the person who had the greatest impact on the...
Worst combinations that are only going to get worse before they get better. And even once they do get better, there will be a lot of collateral damage left behind to clean up. One could get depressed. But then again, one could look at the calendar and realize that it's Remembrance Day.
Child-free women caught my attention this week turning my five favourite things into a hipster theme. Single mom, child-free or mother of four, may every woman be content in her decisions and the cards she is dealt. Have a great week.
Zambian author Dambisa Moyo proposes a refreshingly original, and correct, take on the state of African affairs: that developing countries plan their own futures and not depend on foreign aid -- that excessive aid fosters dependency, inhibits enterpise, leads to corruption and too often results in tyrannical governments and massive poverty.
Even though it feels like old news already, I can't ignore the headline grabbing Time magainze cover controversy. But there was so much more that caught my attention this week -- like cottagedreams.ca, Savvy 'momisms', parties and wall stickers.
When was the last time you discussed Time Magazine around the dinner table? Probably last week, when they published the one with the mother and her older child... breastfeeding (shhh, not so loud). Why did Time run with such a controversial cover story? They need to sell magazines.