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Why You Should Read Brietbart

Why You Should Read Brietbart

Every available surface in my house is draped with magazines, newspapers and books. If you look on my kitchen table, you will see The Toronto Star and the New York Times dissected into its sections and strewn from one end to the other. Walk over…

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Remembering Those Resurrection Weekends

Remembering Those Resurrection Weekends

 A couple weeks ago, I reached the 200 mark in the number of posts I’ve written.  I haven’t exercised the “Reduce-Reuse-Recycle” principle yet. But this week I am re-printing a post I wrote three years ago because it is one of my favourites, and timely…

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Burning the Midnight Oil in St. Martin (Professional Development Week)

Burning the Midnight Oil in St. Martin (Professional Development Week)

“Does Sue actually do any work?” It’s a legitimate question so I don’t blame you for thinking it. Two weeks ago, I was in England and now I’m in St. Martin. Lest you think I’ve joined the jet set crowd it’s not like that. I…

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My Riverdale: Red Label Hair Company

My Riverdale: Red Label Hair Company

In this instalment of My Riverdale, I am actually not profiling a business in my Riverdale neighbourhood. But I made an exception to write a story about a business farther away because Red Label Hair Company is where my colorist, Joanne Skillin, works. It may…

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Career Advice to My Imaginary Daughter: Choose Your Lovers Well

Career Advice to My Imaginary Daughter: Choose Your Lovers Well

Egon Zehnder, a global executive search firm, started a campaign last year – Leaders & Daughters –  to mark International Women’s Day. The campaign includes both male and female leaders from companies like Apple, Verifone, and Hyatt writing encouraging letters to their daughters to help…

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Gobsmacked but Knackered Across the Pond

Gobsmacked but Knackered Across the Pond

I’m on an impromptu trip to England, which is my excuse for being late with my usual Thursday post. As someone with (undiagnosed, but probable) OCD, it pains me not to hand things in on time, even if these deadlines are self-imposed. But I have been…

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Are You Taking Your Relationship for Granted?

Are You Taking Your Relationship for Granted?

  Have you ever taken your partner or someone close to you for granted? I think most of us are guilty of this – and even think it’s “normal”. I mean who can be on their best behaviour forever. Right? In this post for eHarmony…

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My Riverdale: Mocha Mocha

My Riverdale: Mocha Mocha

I’m “Donald”ed-out. I can’t listen to him anymore. I don’t even find humour in Alec Baldwin imitating Donald Trump on SNL. I thought it was hilariously funny at first but his satirical rendition is so close to the truth that it’s just another depressing reminder…

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Women Come First at Upscale Sex Club (A Business Story)

Women Come First at Upscale Sex Club (A Business Story)

Liisbeth (a zine for feminist entrepreneurs) asked me to write a story about Oasis Aqualounge, an upscale sex club for women and their partners, that is striving for respect in the mainstream business community. Never one to shy away from a good story, I took…

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Should You Expect a Gift on Valentine’s Day?

Should You Expect a Gift on Valentine’s Day?

Happy Valentine’s Day! I’ve broken my regular Thursday posting routine to share my Valentine’s Day column for eHarmony Canada today. Next week I am back on schedule! I hope you are indulging in something sweet today. You deserve it! Here’s my post: Should You Expect…

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