Canada is the second largest country in the world with a diverse population, many cultures, and great opportunities. However, one should never assume that they can just come to Canada and instantly find housing and jobs. Continue reading Coming to Canada: Dos and Don’ts
Finally, it’s important to emphasize that everyone is different, and while these strategies have been shown to work, they are not the be all and end all of stress management. Continue reading Stress Part 2: Managing Stress
If you weren’t able to attend the career fair or didn’t have time to get all the information you needed, hopefully now you have it. Good luck with your job applications! Continue reading Weren’t Able to Make it to the Career Fair? Here’s What You Missed.
Overall, the halftime show was a complete bust (the game wasn’t any better), but I did give “Sweet Victory” a listen after the game ended, and that made me feel a little better. Continue reading Super Bowl 2019: The Half-Time Show
In 2012, Hiroshima University presented in their paper “The Power of Kawaii” that viewing photos of cute animals helps to raise one’s concentration levels and improve work performance, especially in tasks that require great attentiveness. Continue reading The Power of “Pupper” and “Kitter”: Cute Animal Photos and Concentration
There were a lot of people in on the race to develop working film, too many to list each individual attempt. Continue reading From Frames To Film