7 Tips for Self-Care During Isolation and Social Distancing

by Natalia Iwanek As calls for isolation due to the threat of COVID-19 escalate, I find myself fielding inquiries about how to handle this situation. Although I cannot claim any sort of expertise, my freelance career and health issues have given me a fair bit of practical knowledge. Although their seclusion may not be as … Continue reading 7 Tips for Self-Care During Isolation and Social Distancing

An evening with friends: Recap of Sound Mind: A Celebration of Mindfulness and Mental Health through Fiction, Memoir, and Music

by B.A. Tanner On the Thursday evening of March 28, room 1050 of the Earth Sciences Centre at University of Toronto (UofT) swelled with the comforting sounds of meditative gong notes, honest conversation, and an impressive cello performance. Sharing the stage were Ranjini George, Rebecca Higgins, and Erika Nielsen, once again bringing together Editors Toronto, … Continue reading An evening with friends: Recap of Sound Mind: A Celebration of Mindfulness and Mental Health through Fiction, Memoir, and Music

Sound Mind: A Celebration of Mindfulness and Mental Health through Fiction, Memoir, and Music

When: Thursday, March 28, 7:30–9:30 PM Where: Room 1050, Earth Sciences Centre, 33 Willcocks St., University of Toronto Important notice: This month’s program meeting will take place on Thursday, March 28, not on our usual date of the fourth Tuesday of the month. Please mark your calendars. The location is also different this month as … Continue reading Sound Mind: A Celebration of Mindfulness and Mental Health through Fiction, Memoir, and Music

Taming time

By Jaye Marsh Time management was a popular topic to start off the year for Editors Toronto branch meetings. A full house of approximately 40 people greeted the guest panellists at our new venue. Thanks to Greg Ioannou, lifetime member of Editors Canada, the Toronto branch now meets at the Centre for Social Innovation, a … Continue reading Taming time

Book Review: Life without Envy by Camille DeAngelis

  (St. Martin’s Press, 2016) By Michelle Waitzman Camille DeAngelis is a novelist whose career has had its ups and downs. Like many writers, she often found herself battling self-doubt, jealousy, bitterness, and frustration. She decided that it was time to re-examine her beliefs about herself and her career and, most importantly, to examine her … Continue reading Book Review: Life without Envy by Camille DeAngelis

Maintaining mental health while working in isolation

By Shara Love There is little that I despise more than going out in crowds, especially at this time of year. With sub-zero temperatures, mounds of snow at every turn, and traffic everywhere, nothing sounds better to me than staying home and cozying up on a comfy sofa with a cup of coffee and a … Continue reading Maintaining mental health while working in isolation