Vision

4 Simple Steps To Avoiding Post-Summer Anxiety

Alyson Jones | Posted 07.22.2014 | Canada Living
Alyson Jones

The summer is a great time for doing some thinking and once you have put some thought into your vision for the future, the next steps are to identify and evaluate your priorities and create a realistic plan that will move you forward in these areas. In order to achieve this, I offer a simple and practical structure to get you going.

What I Learned This Week: Why A Blindfold Is The Key To Building Vision

Andy Nulman | Posted 09.07.2013 | Canada
Andy Nulman

It's a term so incessantly trotted out and overused, it has stumbled into the rabbit hole of cliché and ineffectiveness. It's a quality so importa...

Just Because Your Brain Objectifies Women Doesn't Make it Right

Jeff Fraser | Posted 10.09.2012 | Canada Living
Jeff Fraser

Cognitive psychologists have discovered that our brains reduce women to their sexual body parts, and treat those parts as objects. The data confirms what many of us have suspected all along: we objectify women without even thinking about it. But does that mean that sexism is an inevitable result of our physiology? That's not so easy to answer.

Lordy, I Can See!

Yvonne Crittenden | Posted 12.12.2011 | Canada Living
Yvonne Crittenden

When I was diagnosed with a severe case of astigmatism, or short-sightedness, it seemed like a life sentence. Those were the days when those who wore glasses were scorned as losers, and reminded of humorist Dorothy Parker's famous adage: Men never make passes at girls who wear glasses.