Sofi Papamarko has written for Salon.com, the <em>Globe and Mail</em>, <em>Chatelaine</em>, the <em>Toronto Star</em>, the <em>Toronto Sun</em>, the <em>Montreal Gazette</em>, <em>Report on Business</em>, <em>Exclaim!</em> and dozens of other publications, both in print and online. She blogs about her dating failures <a href="http://sexytypewriter.com/" rel="nofollow">here</a>.
Would you take a 50 per cent pay cut to work on something you believed in? Two months ago, I did exactly that when I began working for Earth Day Canada. Coincidentally, I also started sleeping better at night. Because I'd rather be green than have it.
I am not exactly an environmental crusader. I turn off the lights whenever I leave a room. I use public transportation. I recycle. For a long time, I thought this was enough. It's not, and over the past few years, I have begun to question whether or not I should ever have children. Here's why.
07/31/2012 12:13 EDT
Valentine's Day is like the New Year's Eve of couple-dom; high-pressure, high expectations, absurdly expensive and generally kind of a letdown. But it doesn't have to be like that! Here are a few ideas that will make Valentine's Day work for you.
02/07/2012 03:51 EST
Speed dating has never worked for me. The scads of men I've met have been unfailingly lovely, but as I tend to gravitate toward emotionally stunted weirdos, these stouthearted IT experts and bankers are not exactly my thing. (Therapy, anyone?) Happily, others have fared far better than I.
01/06/2012 09:01 EST
Some people insist that single women are not married because they're shallow, not good enough or doing something wrong. But I would argue that we are actually doing everything right.
07/07/2011 07:48 EDT
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