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From train tracks to the treadmill

Part 2: Where did train boy go? Taking my Lakeshore West train became boring once again. Just as he was starting to leave my mind, I saw him, but on my first train this time. I get on at the Maple station, and one morning, train boy re-appeared at the next stop – Rutherford. My… read more

On a Wild Hunt

I’ve been living downtown and paying for rent for over three years, and after months of continuous nudging from my parents about throwing my money away on rent when I can invest instead, I have decided to buy. With the condo market on the rise I thought it would be quick and easy, but 6… read more

How To Get The Guy

Now ladies, we all know as a female it’s not that hard to find a fella. #WhoRunTheWorld But what do you when there’s that one dreamy guy you want to attract? Let me break it down for you. But first, a tale of caution. A wise woman who goes by the title, my best friend,… read more

Lentil Potato Curry – TOVeggiEats

This lentil potato curry is a beginner Indian-inspired dish that takes approximately 1 hour to prepare and makes 4 servings. It’s easy to make and so deliciously addictive, you’ll be coming back for seconds. Difficulty level: 1.5/5 This recipe is vegan and gluten-free. Ingredients List: Basmati rice, cooked 2 tbsp extra virgin olive oil 2… read more

Diversity, Our Strength

If I hadn’t moved to Toronto, I might still be living in the closet. Yup, the big TO helped me come out to myself. Living in the most diverse city in the world exposed me to all kinds of people from different walks of life. It normalized what I had once thought was “weird” and showed me that being “different”… read more

What if using a credit card could actually save you money?

I remember a shortly after my 18th birthday, impatiently opening a long awaited white envelope to find my very first credit card.  I was out of school, working part-time and had minimal financial responsibilities.  When I went to work the next day, I excitedly bragged to my co-worker about my shiny new MasterCard only to have her look at… read more

That thing called attitude

Ah – career development. That loaded concept again. As a millennial myself, I always try my best to learn as much as I can. Learn more about how I can enhance my “game”. I’ve always prioritized – as often as I can – reading the latest literature, requesting informational interviews. You name it! But if… read more

Step aside Tinder, I found love on the GO(train)

Part 1: I wouldn’t say commuting into Toronto is fun. With delays, our cold winters and a crowded Union Station, it doesn’t make for the most enjoyable morning experience. With that said, if I didn’t endure the commute each day, I might not have met my current boyfriend, web developer of TOmillennials.ca, and seriously the… read more

How To Get The Girl

So, you want to learn how to be irresistible? You’ve come to the right place. I’m going to break it down for you in three simple steps. Step 1: Appearance When it comes to any type of interaction, before a single word is spoken, you’re already being judged based on how you look. Needless to… read more

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