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Luxe Lipbalm

Dipping temperatures mean only one thing – parched skin and lips.  While this can easily be taken care of with a drugstore brand (Blistex is my personal fave), sometimes you want something a little more luxurious.  Luckily, I took advantage of my 20% off coupon for VIB’s at Sephora this weekend and have some new […]

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Holiday Sparkle at Sephora

The temperature is nearing zero.  Starbucks has released its holiday treats. The gift catalogues are arriving in the mail. This can only mean one thing – the holidays are almost here! In the spirit of the holidays, I’ve compiled a handy list of the perfect beauty gifts and stocking stuffers for that special someone on […]

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Required activity: Facebook stalking

Last week, Facebook began rolling out a new feature – Friendship Pages The premise? A snapshot of the ‘friendship’ between two people: photos they are in together, wall posts, events they have both attended, mutual friends, and common ‘likes’.  Sounds like a cute idea, right? Sure – if only you and your friend could view […]

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Something WICKED this way comes

Great news, Broadway babes!  Wicked is back for another limited engagement in Toronto! I was first introduced to the musical by a residence floormate in first year university.  He had been raving about it for weeks, yet I remained uninterested until he sent me a link to a video not unlike this one: I fell […]

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Slutty Slacktivism

According to Facebook, my friends like it…on the bed, on the floor, on a towel by the door, in the tub, in the car, up against the mini bar. No, they’re not fucking Matt Damon (confused? Look here)…but apparently posting any of these super-sassy options as your Facebook status means you’re supporting breast cancer awareness. […]

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Inspiring the Youth Vote

They say the youth are apathetic when it comes to politics. As a young woman of 22, I’d like to disagree. We aren’t apathetic; we just aren’t motivated, at least not by traditional methods of politicking. If you want the youth vote, you can’t confine your canvassing to knocking on doors. Obviously hokey (read: “hip”) […]

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Here’s To Making It Count

In social media, authenticity and engagement reign supreme. Given this, it’s quite surprising that so many politicians, specifically mayoral hopefuls, are willing to pass off their social media ventures to staffers. In a blog post about Rob Ford’s latest social media venture (a YouTube video depicting the ‘party’ at City Hall), the Toronto Star brought […]

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