Midterms, assignments and quizzes – there are plenty of reasons for stress and anxiety to build up and take control of your day-to-day activities. At times, everything feels overwhelming and you can’t figure out where to start. As a Commerce student, I know first-hand how tough it can get. But with most problems there is a solution, and as the cliché goes, where there is a will, there is a way. Continue reading “Top 5 stress management tips for students”
I wasn’t very involved in high school. Actually, I was (and still am) an introvert. I drew energy from creating time for myself, which in high school meant whenever I was off work and out of school because I didn’t see the value in extra-curricular activities. Continue reading “How and why your soft skills matter”
The jump from university to the real world is a colossal canyon that cannot be crossed in mere months. At this point in our lives it is one of the most significant changes we’ll have to face that simply cannot be rushed. Continue reading “3 things every new grad should know”
It’s interesting to think back to where I was last year at this time. Having recently graduated and starting my professional career, writing this blog post helped me to reframe some of the challenges I am currently facing.
Everyone has heard of BCE (more commonly known as Bell) as one of Canada’s largest telecommunications companies. The firm is known for its unrelenting focus on innovation and being the “King of Content” with investments in their broadband fibre and wireless network infrastructure surpassing $4 billion a year, and significant investments in many of the iconic entertainment and sports brands we know and love. Continue reading “Telecom powerhouse Bell Canada connects with U of T Mississauga”