In summary, the year of fun ended in a drained bank account, a broken heart, and feeling slightly beaten down. Although the ending sounds like a massive Debbie Downer (insert wa wa wahhh sound effect), reflecting back it was an epic year and I wouldn't have changed a thing! With last year's lessons in mind, I'm embarking on this year's proclamation.
Communications professional, lover of food, travel and theatre
Megan Fielding is a communications professional who lives and works in Toronto. She is an active member of local community theatre performing regularly with groups such as Curtain Call Players, Etobicoke Musical Productions and Scarborough Music Theatre. She also teaches tap dancing and enjoys food and travel.
Expressing my recent distaste for being single, my friend shared her secret to healing the wounds of a long-term relationship that ended. After months of feeling down, she decided to pick herself up and embark on what she branded, "The year of fun." The formula breaks down into a simple equation: open-minded attitude + thirst for adventure = year of fun.
02/14/2014 12:29 EST
The Huffington Post reported earlier this year that more than one third of people meet their significant others online and those relationships are 25 per cent less likely to end in separation or divorce. So why is there still a slight stigma attached to it? As someone who met their longtime boyfriend online and an ongoing sideline spectator of my friends' experiences, I can share what I know.
07/23/2013 12:29 EDT
For me, theatre is the scene I am most active in, both as a spectator and as a performer. It is also the scene I am most worried about. It broke my heart to see David Mirvish announce that the iconic Princess of Whales Theatre of King Street is shutting its doors, permanently.
03/21/2013 05:37 EDT
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