«Elementary» column

Why Lego Isn’t Just for Little Kids: The Mental Health Benefits of Playing and Building with Lego

January 4th, 2022; By Susan Huebert

Imagine your parents or grandparents buying sets of Lego bricks to make their own buildings and streets. You might wonder if they have forgotten their age and returned to childhood. […]

Careers & Jobs That Keep You Close to Nature

December 1st, 2021; By Linda Mendes

Do you enjoy spending time in nature? Are you curious about which jobs or careers keep you close to nature? If so, the following are a few jobs and careers […]

Do’s and Don’ts for When You Wake Up in the Middle of the Night and Can’t Fall Back Asleep

December 1st, 2021; By Linda Mendes

You have most likely woken up in the middle of the night and had trouble going back to sleep, haven’t you? Whether it was caused by a nightmare or just […]

All About Pet Fostering

December 1st, 2021; By author below

By Maryam Sheikh Are you an animal lover? Have you ever had a pet, or considered adopting one? There are many factors to be considered when looking for a furry […]

Volunteer Gigs in Winter

December 1st, 2021; By Susan Huebert

In winter, many volunteer opportunities slow down or end completely, but others can continue or even start up for the season. You might already help with summer camp or community […]

How 1.5 Years of COVID Changed Me as a Person

December 1st, 2021; By author below

By Erin Rebello I can still remember that Thursday afternoon when the province of Ontario announced that they would be shutting down elementary and secondary schools for two weeks due […]

Literally Save the Planet: An Environmental Lawyer Career Profile

December 1st, 2021; By Anthony Teles

The world needs us to give a darn. The climate crisis, ecological collapse, and political inertia have brought the planet to a precipice. We need to overhaul a toxic system. […]