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Should You Work from Home? What to Consider Before Committing to a Remote Role

Today’s modern office is anywhere the employee is – at home, in a coffee shop, at the library, and even on the plane. As technology advances and erases the limitations of physical distance, companies are trusting their employees to work from home offices. Continue reading Should You Work from Home? What to Consider Before Committing to a Remote Role

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Why Choosing Dalhousie Computer Science was the Best Decision of my Student Career

After five years at Dalhousie University, I finally crossed the stage for convocation! This last half a decade has been an incredible, life-shaping adventure of growth and self-discovery, and I am so grateful to everyone who contributed to it. Choosing … Continue reading Why Choosing Dalhousie Computer Science was the Best Decision of my Student Career

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Work/Life Balance Strategy: Disconnect to Clear Your Brain’s Cache

This fall I have made it a mission to experiment with work/life balance and find easy, repeatable strategies that make the work and life function in tandem rather than in opposition. I’ll be blogging about these as I discover them – here’s strategy number one. Continue reading Work/Life Balance Strategy: Disconnect to Clear Your Brain’s Cache

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Minister Bains Meets with Youth Entrepreneurs to Advise Canada’s Innovation Agenda

This Wednesday, August 31, I had the honour of being one of eleven young entrepreneurs to participate in an intimate roundtable discussion with Hon. Navdeep Bains, Canada’s Minister of Innovation, Science, and Economic Development. Hosted by Startup Canada in partnership with Ladies Learning … Continue reading Minister Bains Meets with Youth Entrepreneurs to Advise Canada’s Innovation Agenda