A big part of my job is managing the admissions process for a super competitive university program. We get over 1,000 applications for 80ish spots. Sometimes I call myself a dream crusher. One of the perks of this process is … Continue reading
I work in a unionized environment. I know, I know, there’s been a lot of bad talk flying around on unions lately. But I’m not here to talk about that – I’m here to talk about a potential $12,000 windfall … Continue reading
I have a piggy bank. I bought it from Chapters a few years ago, and we’ve been friends ever since. I put spare change in him a few times a week, including the big guys – loonies and toonies. My … Continue reading
In May 2007 I graduated with a BBA and $25,000 in government student loans (aka OSAP). While my parents helped me out to the tune of $4,000/year while in school, I paid for the majority of my education, including living … Continue reading
To read new posts, check out the new location of my blog.
Last night I set up a “Hatchling” web hosting account over at HostGator. I had been thinking about moving over to wordpress.org and after receiving some feedback from a fellow blogger and friends, I decided I should do it sooner than later. … Continue reading