Everyone does a ‘what you need for the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF)’ list which covers the parties but now that I’ve finished TIFF and may have stood in my last line for the festival (maybe?), this is what I found the most useful: [Read more...]
This week, I’ll be going to Stylist Box to preview their Toronto International Film Festival Stylist Suite where they will be dressing celebrities. [Read more...]
I haven’t updated for a while due to freelancing and getting a new job. In the meantime, this is what I’ve been up to. This year I went to Taste of Toronto, an event that highlighted the food available in the city. [Read more...]
I had declared to a friend that I wasn’t a food tourist. That was before going to Maltby Street Market. [Read more...]
I usually don’t post about shopping because it’s subjective. But in my time in London, shopping has been interesting. [Read more...]
What is a statement of work? It is “a formal document that captures and defines the work activities, deliverables, and timeline a vendor must execute in performance of specified work for a client.” [Read more...]
Liberty, Equality, Fraternity, Statuary. The Hotel de Ville de Paris. [Read more...]
I do some corporate work as part of my freelance career where I write company blogs, white papers, sponsored content or tips sheets. That means writing to a client’s requirements, which means a content brief.
I like this type of work because you generally get a clear idea of what the client wants. The problem arises when a client contracts you out of the blue for some work and then doesn’t give you that content brief. In fact, it’s annoying because it leads to emails like this:
When in Paris… you take photos of what you ate and where you went, of course.
I will say this – Paris is spring can be wet. [Read more...]