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    Ending The Stigma: Bell Let’s Talk

    In Canada every year, Bell host's a "Bell Let's Talk" day to help bring awareness to mental health. For every text message sent by a Bell user, every phone call made by a Bell user, every #BellLetsTalk tweet, every use of the Snapchat or Facebook filters, and every view of their video, they donate $0.05. It began in 2010, and this year it will round out total donations to about 1 billion dollars. That's 20 billion retweets, phone calls, text messages, etc. combined to help raise awareness.

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    Oh My Unemployment: The Highs, The Lows, and The In-between

    The day they told me that they weren’t renewing my contract, my heart was broken. I’m not going to lie – I bawled. The first person I called was my sister, and between sobs I tried to tell her what was going on. The amount of emotions running through me were insane. I had a feeling it was coming, because I’m not an idiot, and I expected one major emotion: anger. But anger didn’t hit right away. I was hurt. That’s the only word I can use to describe how I felt. Hurt. I had just spent over six years of my life giving everything I had into my job.…

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    A Year In Reflection: 2018, I Love You

    As one year comes to an end, it's always a time for reflection. This is the time of year where you start seeing New Years resolutions come out (I think I read a statistic about gym membership sales skyrocketing every January) - most of them are usually around the same thing. Health, lifestyle, diet - everything in that generic box. I usually make the same sort of resolution. And I rock it for a month or so, and then I move on to something else, or reverse back out of it. This year, my resolution is to not make resolutions. This year has been one for the books, and I'm…