Life and Work
What Does a Post-COVID Economic Recovery Look Like for Women?
Throughout the pandemic, women have been 10 times as likely as men to fall out of the labour force. It’s hardly been a choice. With financial equity being the key to security, safety and better health, where do we go from here?
How to Use Design Thinking to Revamp Your Finances
An expert shares five steps that will help you make the best financial choices for your future.
The Conversations You Need to Have About Your Finances, After Covid
As we move closer toward a post-pandemic world, there's an opportunity to start new conversations about the changes you want...
How to Feel Better About Your Financial Situation, According to an Expert
Boring old liquid savings accounts may not be sexy, but they’re a cornerstone of being able to financially survive the...
3 Proven Ways to Train Your Brain for Success
Here are three research-backed ways to hack your inner voice and perform better at whatever you’re going for.
Is Saving for Your Child’s Education Still on Your To-Do List?
With this bright plan, you can do it right from home.
What Working from Home Does to Your Body
Working from home can lead to body aches and pains from poor posture and prolonged computer use. Here's some expert...
‘It’s Just One Thing After Another’: Can Our Relationships Survive Covid-19?
Skyrocketing stress, boredom, and yes, the damn chores: Canadian women reveal how dealing with Covid-19 — and all this togetherness...
11 Products That’ll Help You Be More Productive When Working From Home
These desk-side essentials and productivity tips can boost your mood, brain, and environment, setting you up for success out of...
What I Learned Writing a Book About Someone Else’s Death
Toronto journalist Dakshana Bascaramurty spent four years documenting the life of Layton Reid, a 33-year-old wedding photographer and new dad...
There’s a Scientific Reason You Can’t Stay Awake in Boring Meetings—Here’s Why
Scientists understand why we get sleepy when we're bored—and how to fight the urge to drift off.
3 Smart Ways to Manage Your Money Better
An expert shares how to automate personal finances so you can avoid the stress of constantly working on your financial...
Why 2020 Might Have Been the Wake-Up Call We Needed
It may seem like things are falling apart this year, but it's actually a new beginning.
Staycation Nation: How to Have a Vacation During Quarantine
The easiest (and safest) way to vacation in quarantine? Make it a staycation. But don't feel disappointed—we've got the ways...
8 Virtual Events to Celebrate Pride 2020
Here's how you can celebrate Pride Month and support the LGBT2Q+ community across Canada and the globe, during the pandemic.
How to Create a Work-Life Balance When You’re Working From Home
Experts share their tips on how to create work-life balance while you work from home, like mimicking your morning routine.
What You Need to Know Right Now About RRSPs
An expert shares what you need to know to help save for your retirement.
5 Money Tricks That Can Help You Save $1,000 a Month
You probably don't realize it, but there are countless little expenses on your credit card bill each week that certainly...
The Sign You Are Oversharing On Social Media
Pics of the kids. Vacay moments. Proud of the dinner you made. Announcing a promotion. When is it oversharing? When...
4 Hosting Secrets For A Stress-Free Thanksgiving
Keep Thanksgiving weekend stress-free and on budget.
11 Hotel Habits You Should Stop Doing ASAP
Avoid these rude habits that bother both hotel employees and guests.
16 Books You Need to Read to Call Yourself a Book Lover
It's not just about the classics (although some must-reads made the lists). Being a book lover requires embracing a variety...
A Cottage-Country Expert Reveals What You Need to Bring On Your Next Visit
Born and raised in Muskoka, our associate editor shares her favourite essentials for a weekend up north.