When it comes to your career choice, take a chance on your instincts

By Denise Steller Back in the late 1990s, when I was 18 years old, I was obsessed with leading a life of creative expression in the Toronto film industry. I secretly planned my move from Brampton to Toronto, and while my parents were in Mexico on a month-long vacation, I packed my stuff and left … Continue reading When it comes to your career choice, take a chance on your instincts

Chasing fire trucks is not for me: my second beginning as an editor

By Karen Kemlo “You’re braver than you believe, stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think.” —A.A. Milne I call my decision to change careers in mid-life my “second beginning”—for me it defines the place where I am now. It’s also about coming full circle again and being a late bloomer. I grew up … Continue reading Chasing fire trucks is not for me: my second beginning as an editor