Associate Homepage Editor, AOL.ca
Dawn Cuthbertson is the associate homepage editor for AOL.ca. She has worked as a reporter for The Kingston Whig-Standard, Windsor Star and her hometown newspaper, The Observer in Sarnia, Ont. Dawn switched to digital journalism in 2008 and worked for MSN.ca before joining AOL/Huffington Post Media Group.
Like anything in life, goals have to change when the circumstances do. In my case, I have to heal an injury and that means a half-marathon will be more manageable than a full one. Quitting is not an option, but adjusting my expectations is. Here's six more tips I'm following to keep my fitness resolutions on track this year.
Sochi will be a different Winter Games for Jennifer Heil -- and for all Canadian citizens watching the Olympics. While the
11/05/2013 11:09 EST
Today I deactivated my Facebook account. The news that a potential privacy breach on the popular social media website saw old but private messages posted on users' timelines sent sheer panic through my colleagues' eyes. Everyone dropped what they were doing to make sure their lives -- and perhaps secrets -- were protected. I was one of them.
09/24/2012 04:34 EDT
People have been asking me about my "life-changing" trip to Kenya. Questions have ranged from easy ones such as "how was the weather?" to tough ones such as "how has it changed your perspective on life?" I've failed miserably at answering the latter question and two weeks later, I'm still struggling to describe the experience.
07/16/2012 05:19 EDT
Everyone has their own San Francisco moment. Whether it’s riding a cable car, seeing the Golden Gate Bridge for the first
06/06/2012 10:12 EDT
It's a sage-green door that's easy to miss, and that's exactly how they intended it to be. Most of the people who flood out
05/29/2012 10:01 EDT
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