No matter where you look, there is a current influx of anti-relationship articles taking over the worldwide web, and I am sickened. Whatever happened to love? All you need in this world is a cuddle buddy and a big old bottle of Chianti. No seriously, the older, the better — and that can go many… Read more »


Lookin’ Hot When It’s Cold

Nobody in his or her right mind is going out for a jog while enjoying the great -30 degree weather. Everyone is staying at home, baking Christmas cookies, drinking hot chocolate, and Netflix and chilling with bae. It takes a lot of effort to stay in shape during the cold weather, because nobody wants to… Read more »


Netflix and Chill (Literally)

Oh, the weather outside is frightful – and nights in with Netflix are so delightful. Summer is long gone and fall has seemed to stay for only a moment before making room for winter. You can’t have a picnic up by the Scarborough Bluffs, take a road-trip to Wasaga, or spend Sundays by the pool… Read more »


She’s My (Snap) Queen

Kylie Jenner, is that you? Vine is dead, Facebook is for old people, and Instagram videos are ultimately useless. You need to step up your Snapchat game, don’t you? I know that you want people to think that you have the most luxurious and eventful life possible. What else is social media here for? Don’t… Read more »

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    Forgiving What is Within

    In the song, “Crystals” by Of Monsters and Men, singer Nanna Bryndis Hilmarsdottir says “I forgive what is within.” This lyric represents letting go of any regrets, accepting her whole self, and coming to terms with any decisions or mistakes she has made. The word “forgive” is key in this lyric. No, forgiveness isn’t only… Read more »

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    How to Commit to Your Commit to Fit

    Every year when Christmas wraps up and New Year’s looms, people begin to make their New Year’s Resolutions: goals we have to try and make ourselves better next year. The most common New Year’s Resolution is to get in shape, with everyone flocking to their nearest gym to sign up and commit to fit. And… Read more »

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    How to Have a Fresh Start in the New Year

    Every New Year, everyone has resolutions and high hopes, but in reality, nothing gets fulfilled to the fullest, or something just doesn’t go as planned. People plan to have a fresh start in the New Year in a number of ways, such as starting a new relationships, being single, getting rid of some toxic people,… Read more »

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    Study suggests positive outcomes for a new online mental health clinic

    Does a new year necessarily have to mean a new you? We hear it all the time with New Year’s Resolutions – the want to lose weight, cut out a bad habit or change your overall outlook on the world. Resolutions can be a great thing, but they often die out and become forgotten as… Read more »


    Beaches Be Crazy

    After a near-death experience involving a three-day-long Dawson’s Creek binge, one involving complete deprivation of food, water and/or dry shampoo, I began my quest to understand the correlation between emotional trauma and staring blankly into a large body of water. Anytime something went south, going to the pier was like going to the church in… Read more »

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    New Year, Same Me

    Stop. I don’t even want to hear it. I already know what you’re going to say. It’s December 31st, you’re drunk as hell, and you’re starting to come out with this “New Year, New Me” bullshit. I’ve had it. I’ve heard the same drunk speech every year. You don’t change anything! You keep doing exactly… Read more »

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    “Man cannot remake himself without pain, for he is both the marble and the sculptor.” – Alexis Carrel I wasn’t really sure what I was going to write for this month’s issue. If you know me, you know that mental health is something that I truly care about. Some of the most important people in… Read more »

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    Metal Keeps Me from Going Mental

    When I was in high school, everything about university excited me—choosing courses, choosing my major, and finally being able to study something I was interesting. I thought it was going to be easy and fun, but God, I was so wrong. Perhaps I wasn’t wrong about the fun part, because I do dig the university… Read more »

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    Summer’s Preface/Winter Blaze

    Summer’s Preface I found you at the tail end of summer. You mended all the loose ends I brought to you.   Then, summer took its last breath and the leaves peaked into bold colours: reds, oranges, and yellows ─ one last gushing pulse before their dying breath.   You were the summer’s bright burn,… Read more »

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    Winter, Why You Trippin’?

    Winter – the most polarizing of the four seasons (yeah, we’re going there already). It can be a time of cheer, love, and fun … or a time of wet feet, frost bite, and dread. Most people associate the negative parts of winter with the weather, whether it is the bone-chilling wind or the annoying… Read more »