Settlement Co.’s team graciously let me sit in on their exclusive coffee workshop yesterday. For those unfamiliar with the brand, S.Co is a new coffee roaster and shop in Uptown Waterloo. The experience was fantastic, and I learned a lot of tips we can adopt. Read on to get caffeinated the better way. Continue reading
Michael Bociurkiw is a two-time TEDx speaker. His career’s track record includes a spokesperson role with UNICEF, work with the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), The Globe and Mail, Huffington Post, and Forbes. And Michael runs a travel website, for those who want to escape the tourist bubble. We recorded this interview late last year, and I am excited to finally be posting it.
In store for you are: an awesome story, an excuse to feed your wanderlust, and advice on nurturing professional relationships (the right way). Every time I read through it I find a new bit of gold. Continue reading
My friend Sarthak says the most outrageous things. And the guy is wildly popular for it. Why? Continue reading
I was getting my taxes done with my family’s accountant a few weeks ago, and I asked her about how to accurately keep records related to my side-hustle (freelance writing). Talking about what I do turned out to be an awesome move, because my accountant’s husband was coincidentally looking to hire a writer. Continue reading
Sending emails was pretty much reserved for a) inviting people for 100 Cups of Coffee interviews b) asking my professors about assignments. It just wasn’t a big thing in my life. Can you relate?
Fast forward to the end of my internship – four months – and I’ve sent more emails than I have in my entire life. Since we organized events where I worked, I sometimes spent days inviting people to come out, to partner with us, etc. Entire. Days. And I’ve picked up a few interesting tricks. Continue reading
I woke up with a splitting headache from the night before. We hadn’t been drinking, but waking up at 6AM after a night with friends which ended only three hours earlier isn’t exactly fun. When you have a train to catch, you do what you have to do. Continue reading
You absolutely, without exception, need to read this. Gender irrelevant.
At TEDxUW, sitting to my right, was a young gentleman who, as I’d learned earlier in the conference, is REALLY into cars. Mechanical engineer, beyond ambitious, a lovely neighbour, though a little on the fidgety side (you know who you are). He fidgeted through every Talk, except Sabrina’s.