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Anousheh Ansari – Astronaut

Today is Anousheh Ansari's birthday. Since she is a woman that I admire greatly, I thought to share some information about this great role model. Anousheh dreamed about space exploration since childhood. She was born to a Muslim family in Iran,... Continue Reading →

The first electronic cigarettes related diseases are already manifesting

The electronic cigarette has grown dramatically in popularity in recent years. One of the main reason for its success is that the product was presented as a healthier alternative to regular cigarettes. It was another way of getting your daily dose... Continue Reading →

Anonymous Surveys By Companies

The company I work for use a service that asks random survey questions every week. The employee can answer or skip questions, all under anonymity. The idea is to find ways to improve the company and get honest answers. The... Continue Reading →

Strong Women Terrify

Have you been told to kerb your personality because you scare people away? I have. I have. As a teenager, It was strongly pressed on me that I should let my date win if we played pool, or to hide... Continue Reading →

How to deal with patronising individuals

People who take a patronising tone drive me bonkers. I cannot stand people who look at you with a smile with they belittle and degrade you. It's an automatic trigger for me and I react strongly. Sarcasm can be a fun... Continue Reading →

Connecting Job & Passion

In my opinion, just because a job is good, it doesn't mean that it's good for you. I realise that having a job security doesn't always let people connect job and passion. I also realise that sometimes, a job that... Continue Reading →

Class action suit against Bell

A class action suit was authorised on July 10, 2017, against Bell, in Quebec, Canada. The company would apparently have increased its rates for television, the Internet and phone services (more than once) without clearly notifying its customers beforehand. Bell opted... Continue Reading →

Gender Neutral Career Paths

Conformity to social expectations, gender stereotypes, gender roles and lack of role models continue to channel girls' career choices away from technology and sciences. It's important to break down taboos, break down stereotypes so that girls and boys make career... Continue Reading →

Pink Tax

The pink tax refers to the extra amount women are charged for certain products or services for no other reason than gender and this is from the moment they are born. Yep, there's even a surcharge on baby clothing that... Continue Reading →

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