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Blog posts about latest technologies, social media and how it affects our daily lives. I share “how to” and “tips & tricks” posts. This is my professional domain. It’s what I do every day of the week and sometimes weekends.

Women’s Online Voices

"Everyone wants a strong woman until she actually stands up, flexes her muscles, projects her voice... Suddenly, she is too much. She has forgotten her place. YOu love those women as ideas, fantasies... Not as breathing, living humans threatening to... Continue Reading →

Amelia Earhart – Legacy of fearlessness

Today marks the birth date of Amelia Earhart, July 24th, 1897. Amelia Earhart was a woman who decided on a whim to learn to fly after watching an airshow at the Canadian National Exposition in Toronto and who would later... Continue Reading →

Facebook funny & get to know you Games – What you should know

If you are on Facebook, you have probably already seen these type of games. Hahaha! Fun! Everyone has five names. Come on, this is funny(ish)! •Your actual name: Sarah Jane Smith •Your Soap Opera name (middle name and street you... Continue Reading →

Learning to Shut Up

In this day and age, is it possible to abstain from commenting? Making the decision to keep quiet when you realise that you have nothing to constructive to contribute should not need the use of words, that's technically the contrary of... Continue Reading →

Online Dating – Be Ready

Online dating can indeed be successful, but you must be ready for the amount of ridiculousness you will come across. I met over coffee a man's who was nothing like the profile or picture he had put online. He was... Continue Reading →

The Good Side of Social Media

Facebook has made it possible for me to keep in touch with friends and family who live in other countries or just very far. It is an easy way to stay in communication and see our families grow. For some... Continue Reading →

Canada Must Do Better

Many of us were hoping that Justin Trudeau would bring more positive change to the environment, but unfortunately, that is not happening so far. The government continues to give $3.3 billion annually to gifts to oil and gas companies, even... Continue Reading →

Flexible Hours – Dream or Nightmare?

One thing that I enjoy at my workplace is the lunchtime discussion. During one of these talk sessions, we began to discuss flexible hours and it turns out it isn't as clear cut as we originally thought. Inspired, I did a... Continue Reading →

Keep your personal info safe

Protecting your personal information can help reduce your risk of identity theft. Privacy is increasingly rare these days, that's because your personal information, including your email address, phone number and social security number, are worth a lot of money to... Continue Reading →

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