7 Copywriting Exercises- How To Write Better Sales Copy

Sending a big thank you to the junior copywriter on my team, Sarah Kaufmann, for repurposing my YouTube video on 7 copywriting exercises to better your sales copy into this super handy blog post! Are you an entrepreneur dedicated to writing effective sales copy? Or…  Are you an emerging copywriter who wants to write effective […]

Postsecondary Options in Canada

Canada is a land of opportunities, and that is very clear from the range of world standard postsecondary options in Canada. In fact, 55% of Canadian adults have completed postsecondary education, which is the largest percentage in the entire world. Sold? Let’s dive into your 3 postsecondary options in Canada. Did you miss my first […]

Changing Dreams

January was a month of changing dreams. I entered 2020 with a plan: survive my Master’s, and deepen the ability to hear my intuition. Turns out, my intuition clarified that surviving a poor quality degree was just a plan, not a dream, and plans can and should change. This is a story about changing dreams. […]

School in Canada: The Canadian Education System

School in Canada runs from September to June every year. Generally, students head to class the week after Canadian labour day (the first Monday of September). Watch this video for basics on the Canadian school year and Public vs. Catholic vs. Private options, or scroll down to read in detail all the way until Cégep! […]

Collision Conference – Reality Better than Expectations

Last week, my friend Cody attended the biggest tech event of 2019: the Collision Conference. In this guest  post, she shares her experience with life-long learning offered by the conference, and some of her most valuable takeaways for anyone interested in the future of technology. By guest blogger Cody-Garner-Howe             […]

5 Reasons to Make Your E-Learning Accessible

  Have you been working in E-Learning for a while now? If so, there’s a good chance you’ve seen major shifts happening in the way we approach Accessibility – and you may not have had a pressing reason to figure out why for yourself. However, more recent graduates have received up-to-date training on Accessible E-Learning. […]

A Weekend in Venice

Why only a Weekend in Venice? Quick travel has never been my style but the prices in Venice make it near impossible to take it slow. There are options of course – you could stay on the mainland and come into Venice daily by train. However, the romance of Venice after dark makes a stay […]