Self Improvement

8 Free Ways to Educate Yourself Online

We live in a beautiful world (cue Coldplay song here). The internet has become a staple in the lives of modern millennials and is perhaps the key avenue for accessing information. Sure, there’s a lot of junk on there, but you can also find some diamonds. Case in point, you can now take online courses from prestigious universities—such as Harvard and MIT—for free! You may have heard of these massive open online courses,

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What We Can Learn From Athletes About Achieving Goals

Lately, all eyes have been on Eugenie Bouchard. It’s not just because of her looks; at Wimbledon, it takes more than being young, tall and blond to get noticed. What has impressed tennis experts and spectators alike is her ferocious dedication to her craft. Being the first Canadian to make it to a Grand Slam Singles final in the Open era is a big achievement. In her eyes however, it was the

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The Best Morning Routine for a Millennial Woman

People who read morning productivity articles tend to be motivated. Wanting to develop better habits and get more done in a day is healthy, and aren’t we all looking to be a little healthier? Admittedly, developing good habits is easier said than done. Maybe you’ve read dozens of articles on the merits of eating chia seeds and exercising in the morning, but it just hasn’t stuck. Try as we might, the secret

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What We Can Learn From Eliza “Show Me Your Fire” Doolittle

Last week, I went to see My Fair Lady live at the MasterCard Theatre at Marina Bay Sands in Singapore. As a fan of the film, I have long been charmed by Eliza Doolittle’s spunk and determination but something struck me as I was listening to “Show Me.” In the duet between Eliza and her paramour Freddie, she exclaims, “Tell me no dreams, filled with desire. If you’re on fire,

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