I hear it all the time from people who are just entering their quarter life crisis. (Trust me, that doesn’t exclude me) Sidebar: A quarter life crisis if you don’t know, is kind of like a mid life crisis but with a lot less money and a lot more music festivals. What I hear is, When…… Continue reading Why Your ‘Dream Job’ is a Lie
Bruce Kirkland, a film critic for the Toronto Sun, is retiring after a stunning 36 years in the industry. During an interview with CBC, Kirkland made mention that there simply isn’t a position at the paper for a full-time film critic anymore, marking a turning point in how we absorb and fund media and the…… Continue reading Support Our Artists!
As a woman, I find I come up against certain struggles that are unique to my gender. And before you get ALL hasty because I know that’s what you do, this doesn’t mean I’m disregarding the struggles of others, or downplaying them in any capacity. (I do know that men have struggles unique to themselves,…… Continue reading Hear Me Roar, Bitch.
Is what I like to call being creatively blocked. (Which even THAT took me a full 20 minutes and all my brain power to figure out despite it 100% being a double entendre… so she’s here to stay folks) It’s even worse than being cock-blocked. In whatever form it may come in. For me: Writers…… Continue reading Cocked
Dear You, How’s things going? Are you in the first or second round of post-secondary education? The first? Ok. Right about now you’re falling hopelessly, ridiculously and not-at-all-grounded-in-reality in love with every liberal arts class you’re taking. Get through the semester first before you make any rash decisions okay? What else is happening right now?…… Continue reading A Letter to My College Self