The good news is that there seems to be another young professional-run charity event in our cities happening weekly. The drawback? If we supported them all, many of us would have to turn to charitable donations ourselves to survive. Between...
We plan for fewer and fewer things these days when it comes to our social lives, often opting instead to just “go with the flow.” Your friends probably feel the same way, too - that’s why they show up at your place, invited or not. So be prepared with these 14 things you should always have in your fridge and pantry
A big night on the town means an investment in time, money, and an outfit for young professionals. That’s why nothing’s worse than those nights that end in disappointment. From planning ahead to going with the flow, here are 12 notable ways to make the most of your next big night out (as in, this weekend)
What do you get when more than 5,500 attendees, all dressed in white, converge on one of the most beautiful settings in Montreal for a friendly epicurean experience? Dîner en Blanc. Here's why it should be on your radar
We all know them. It’s difficult not to when they bombard your newsfeed with their perfectly polished shots and annoyingly positive status updates. Oh, and their flawless relationship, too. Here are 9 unmistaken traits of that “friend” whose life is better on social media than it is in person
It’s been a long time since the days when peer pressure involved smoking a cigarette behind the back of the school or ganging up on the school nerd. As kids, peer pressure was there to push us to try things that were “wrong” or “bad” – things that we might not have actually chosen to do if left to our own devices. But then, we grew up. Peer pressure changed.
Think twice before adding or accepting another Facebook friend. A recent report by the University of Edinburgh Business School found that the larger number of Facebook friends you have, the more likely social media will be a source of stress
Do you ever notice that fellow young professionals begin to sound, look and dress alike among certain social cliques? Most YPs have their group of friends that they have had for years. Just like in work and relationships, we can fall into a "comfort zone" within our groups of friends. Here is why you should expand your social circle
You probably have that close-knit group of girls or guys that closely resemble what the TV show "Friends" was all about. You can count on them for anything and can turn any situation into a fun and memorable one. But if you're new to a city, or simply didn't have the best social experience in high school or university, here's how to get there