I was at an Elte event where they brought in a sleep expert to tell us how and why we were screwing up our sleep. I learned a lot of things – most of which I’ll tell you in my next article for work – but let’s not ponder that right now. Let’s ponder this: Continue reading “Beds, bedrooms and Elte” »
I used to work in the Mary Kay Canada Inc. corporate offices as the Consultant Communications and PR Coordinator. Those were the days when I was corporate, approximately a decade ago and I wore suits. Continue reading “Flashback: Packing for Seminar” »
It’s February and I haven’t bought any new clothes except for a maid of honour dress (that doesn’t count, does it?). Continue reading “Money, shopping and budgets” »
I collect moleskins and pens. Not on purpose – I just tend to get moleskins in press kits or randomly. Yes, random moleskins. I love each of them (equally) because each one is full of potential just before I write in them. Continue reading “Day planners: the joy of paper and writing things down” »
I’ve been watching Everlane ever since they raised $100,000 so they could ship to Canada. (I contributed $60 to their campaign and got it applied to my first purchase.) Continue reading “Things I like: Everlane sweatshirt” »
By Kathryn Halloran
Kathryn is watching all the movies nominated for awards in 2014. Some are good and some just gave her a sore ass. Continue reading “Review: Award-nominated movies of 2013” »
I try to do something new every year. That’s how I ran my first 5k, learnt to snowboard, and learnt to ride a horse.
This year I’m going to attempt to learn French. Continue reading “Learning French with the Duolingo app” »
Winter does a number on my skin. I get so dry you could probably skin me and make a handbag. Continue reading “Things I like: La Roche-Posay Cicaplast Baume B5” »
Boxing Day sales aren’t really that big a deal for me. I worked retail for nearly five years while in university and once you’ve worked four Boxing Days, you really do not want to be anywhere near a mall.
If you’re going to buy something that’s on sale, is Canadian and is practical (well.. ) then try these Quill & Tine gloves. Continue reading “Winter means gloves. Touchscreen gloves from Quill & Tine” »