5 Ways to Give Back to Society

Given their busy schedules, young professionals may find it harder to contribute to a social cause. However, doing good does not always require a lot of time commitment. This week we share with you 5 ways you can engage with society or inspire change easily, brought to you by Alastair Higginbottom from Salesforce.org. 1. Become a mentor Young […]

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Achieving Work-Life Balance: Part 2

This week, you take you through 5 tips that Julia Hogan from Verilymag.com has for you to help you conceptualize how to achieve incorporate work-life balance into your everyday life. You may find Part 1 of the series here. 6. Take your breakfastSkipping breakfast, snacking on a bag of chips for lunch, and nibbling on cupcakes from the […]

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Achieving Work-Life Balance: Part 1

Is work-life balance a myth or truly attainable? If you find that the demands of work have begun to eat into your personal time or moments with your loved ones, perhaps the following 5 tips that Julia Hogan from Verilymag.com has for you will help you conceptualize how to achieve incorporate work-life balance into your everyday […]

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How to protect yourself as a renter

Renting an apartment or room is indispensable when you are starting out as a young professional in a city away from home. In fact, renting is becoming more prevalent as an increasing number of working individuals expect to own a property only at a later age. How can you rent smart and avoid getting into sticky situations with your […]

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Guide to Food & Wine Pairings

Wine is indispensable to most social events that you attend as a young professional and every individual has their personal favourite. Whether you are hosting a dinner for your family this weekend or whipping up a romantic, candlelight dinner on Valentine’s, you certainly want to impress your guests with wine pairings that add a special touch to your dishes. Paul Gregutt from WineMag.com […]

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Why Being Young And Coupled Up Is Good For Your Career

In her 2014 Forbes article “9 Reasons to Love Being Single,” Alyson Krueger suggested one reason as “Singles are investing in themselves and their careers … They want to establish themselves and become a happy, successful person before having a serious relationship.” A 2015 article on the millennial women’s site Bustle claimed that people who […]

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Busy But Getting Nothing Done

We know what typical procrastination looks and feels like: we’re on social media, checking emails for the tenth time in an hour, clipping our toenails, loading the dishwasher, revisiting the snack room, dragging our feet in other blatant ways—all instead of accomplishing the necessary and most important task at hand. Many view procrastination as a […]

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10 Bad Habits You Must Eliminate From Your Daily Routine

You are the sum of your habits. When you allow bad habits to take over, they dramatically impede your path to success. The challenge is bad habits are insidious, creeping up on you slowly until you don’t even notice the damage they’re causing. “Chains of habit are too light to be felt until they are […]

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7 Things Remarkably Happy People Do Often

Happiness: Everyone wants it, yet relatively few seem to get enough of it. Good news and bad news: Unfortunately, approximately 50 percent of your happiness, your “happiness set-point,” is determined by personality traits that are largely hereditary. Half of how happy you feel is basically outside your control. Bummer. But, that means 50 percent of […]

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