Friday, 23 June 2017

Guest Outfit | Maroon Sweater

Sharon is back for a third time with another outfit post!


What are you wearing?
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How would you describe your personal winter style?
My spring style is very casual, basic and comfy.

What is the favourite thing you are wearing?
My favourite item I'm wearing is my sweater.

What are your favourite places to shop/favourite stores?
Forever 21 and Garage because they have trendy pieces that aren't that expensive.

Like Sharon's style follow her on Instagram and Twitter @sharonpilszak



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Tuesday, 20 June 2017

Outfit | Feeling Boho






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Friday, 16 June 2017

#GirlBoss Guide | Mary Young


I discovered Mary Young and her lingerie and loungewear namesake label last year during a Ryerson school event that I saw on Twitter. I instantly loved her line and what she stood for. First of all, everything if made in Canada which is great and something I've recently started to support more. Second, her lingerie is beautiful and is something that you can wear every day and feel beautiful in. 

I got the chance to meet Mary at a Rogers Small Business event back in April and listened to her talk about entrepreneurship and productivity. She's honestly one of the nicest people ever and her success is something I definitely look up to! 

Lux Everyday Bra in Black
#mymaryyoung

Where are you from? And where do you currently reside?
I'm from the small town, Arnprior, which is just west of Ottawa, Ontario and I now reside in Toronto.

What did you study in school? Did you ever see it leading to what you are doing today?

After high school, I attended George Brown College for Fashion Design and Techniques, which I completed one year and then headed to Ryerson University to study Fashion Communications. I never knew these two programs would shape me and lead me to start my own business but I always knew I wanted to be an entrepreneur, I just never thought I would be so young.

Why did you decide to create MARY YOUNG?

I launched MARY YOUNG just a few months upon graduating Ryerson after overwhelmingly positive feedback from the industry and community on my thesis. I produced a written thesis as well as a five-piece collection of hand knit sweaters and lingerie which was my very first collection. After studying the lingerie industry so intently for months I saw a gap in the market for lifestyle lingerie that was practical and comfortable for everyday wear but still something women would want to wear for their partners. Noticing this gap was what gave me hope that launching a brand in such a niche industry was worth it.




What was your dream job growing up?

My dream job has always been to be an entrepreneur and have a clothing line, though I never imagined it being a lingerie line.



How would you define the word success?

To me, success is finding happiness in all areas of your life. Being successful is about balancing work, family, relationships and most importantly being truly happy and confident within yourself.

Is there anyone who has been influential in your life/starting a business?
My mom has been a big influence in not only my life but also my business. Growing up my dad stayed home while my mom worked, so I grew up seeing that women are equal to men and can pursue a career the same as anyone else. She also was a huge support in me launching my business and has been vital in its growth; she's always letting me bounce ideas off of her, helping with customer service and overall business operations.



Have you ever had a mentor who has given you advice that you would like to share?
I've had a few mentors and they've been so beneficial for so many reasons. One mentor told me that if it were easy then everyone would be doing it. That advice has truly stuck with me; being an entrepreneur is often glamourized but in reality, it is extremely hard work with a lot of pressure. Another piece of advice is to take calculated risks, starting something is a risk but analyzing what could go wrong and how you'd handle it is really important because trust me, things will go wrong. 

Where do you find inspiration when you're creating new collections?
I personally find a lot of inspiration from people watching, seeing what people are wearing, whether is low cut tops, oversized tees or high waist jeans. All of my garments have to compliment the wardrobe of the consumer so knowing how my pieces can pair with their current garments is extremely important. I also look to menswear for a lot of inspiration, there's such an ease with men's clothing that women's doesn't always have, I try to take that ease and translate it into my garments.

Why did you decide to start the Self Love Club?
I decided to focus on the Self Love Club movement after realizing how many women were feeling more comfortable and confident in their natural shape after challenging what the industry defines as sexy. Seeing women feel empowered by their confidence means too much to me and I want to focus on that not only in this generation but all generations, especially the younger ones. Everything the MARY YOUNG brand stands for is feeling confident in your natural shape and defining sexy on your own terms, this is something the media and fashion industry doesn't advocate but it's time that changes. The Self Love Club is not us or buying our garments but rather you and your attitude. 



What advice would you like to give to today’s women?
What I want all women today to know is that you are beautiful, in who you are and what makes you, you. It's important and vital to take the time to learn more about yourself and learn to love every aspect, and it's more than okay to say that you're beautiful and to love yourself. 

What is a fact about you that would surprise others?
One surprising thing is I haven't drank coffee in a year. As an entrepreneur, everyone thinks coffee fuels you, which it used to but now I'm coffee free and rely on matcha lattes for my energy.


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Tuesday, 13 June 2017

The Intern Files | Finding Your Next Internship


Continuing with the Intern Files series I thought I would talk about how to find your next internship. Whether it be your second, third or fourth internship here are some tips to help you out in your search! Also, it's okay to go a semester without an internship or part-time job. Everyone needs a break once and a while to focus on school or just having fun. 

1. Start looking before you leave your current internship! Remember the saying, "It's easier to get a job when you already have one."

2. Get a reference letter from your current manager/mentor to use for your next internship. 

3. Love the company and want to stay? Ask to work in a different department or work if the company is small ask to have a new title and work on different tasks and projects. Go to your manager/mentor and see if a transfer is possible. 

4. Want to try out a different company? Search, search and search some more! Use Intern Queen or Indeed to find internships to apply for. Another alternative is to pick a company you love and email HR or a manager in the department you want to intern in and inquiry if they take on interns.

5. Use your school's resources to find internship postings. 

6. Use LinkedIn!

7. Ask friends and family.

Let me know if you've started an internship in the comments below!

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Sunday, 11 June 2017

Outfit | A Dress and Grey Denim Shirt


Happy Sunday, I've been loving the spring weather lately! Today I pulled out one of my go-to spring dresses from TOPSHOP!

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Friday, 2 June 2017

#GirlBoss Guide | Janine Rogan


I interviewed Janine Rogan, CPA, Tax Specialist and Finance Speaker and asked her some questions about what all #GirlBosses need to know about, investing and saving your money!

Where are you from and where are you currently located?
I was born and raised in Edmonton, Alberta and currently live in Calgary, which is a quick 3-hour trip south of my hometown. 


What was your dream job growing up?
I think at one point I wanted to be a teacher, doctor, or a marine biologist. However, I can't stand blood, I'm scared of sharks, and working with kids all day is exhausting (shout out to all the fantastic teachers!).  



What did you study in school? Did you see it leading it where you are now?
I had quite an interesting journey. I started in the Faculty of Engineering, and then switched into Sciences, followed by a switch into Agriculture. Eventually, I found myself at the School of Business taking Accounting. Right now I'm a tax specialist, having just completed my CPA designation. I don't know if I thought I'd end up in tax, but it definitely keeps things interesting! I also run a financial literacy website (janinerogan.com), I write, speak, and teach others about money, which I love... so maybe I ended up being a teacher in a way after all. 



Who has been the most influential person in your career or life?
Probably my mom or Courtney Kirschbaum (http://www.courtneykirschbaum.com/). Courtney has pushed me to take risks with my business and challenged me to think outside the box and questions what my values are. It's been an interesting (and exhausting) journey to work a full-time job and run a website but, I'm loving every minute.  


Why did you decide to start your own business/blog? Did it seem enticing? Did something inspire you?
Honestly, I kind of fell into it. I've always enjoyed writing and back during my undergrad a friend shared a personal finance book with me. It opened my eyes to the world of money, and I've been hooked ever since.  



Why should everyone be investing? How can #GirlBosses, entrepreneurs and creatives invest smart?
Not investing is probably the biggest mistake you can make. You are missing out on tens if not hundreds of thousands of dollars! To invest smart there are a couple things individuals need to do:
1) Research and understand what you're investing in
2) Take calculated risks. This is done through understanding the investment and build a diversified portfolio
3) Watch out for fees. I recommend individuals look at ETF's, or Index funds when they are starting out. They are well diversified, which means less risk for you and they have low fees, which means more money in your pocket!  



What are the best and easiest way to save and budget your money?
I think the best way to start budgeting and saving is understanding where your money is going on a granular level. When you see you're spending $400 on Starbucks each month you might decide that's not a good use of your money and decide to allocate it elsewhere. It isn't about depriving yourself, it's about ensuring you have enough money to fund your goals and dreams while still living a fulfilled life. 



How would you define success?
I think success can be defined differently for everyone. For me success would be living a fulfilled life, loving what I do each and every day and having enough money to be able to do all of the things I want to do



What advice would you give to today's women?
Start paying attention to your money! It's so important, and while it might seem boring you have to care about it. Most women outlive their partners so it's important to understand where your money is going and how you can grow it so that you can use it to live your dream life!  



Where can everyone find you?
Website/Blog - janinerogan.com 
Twitter, Snapchat & Instagram: @JanineRogan 


Let me know what you know about investing in the comments below!

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Friday, 26 May 2017

#GirlBoss Guide | Dani D'Silvez



I recently interviewed Dani D'Silvez Founder of Leafeco, a Zero Waste Company! If you're looking to become a Zero Waster or are interested in the subject check out her site here and to learn more about her keep reading! 

Where are you from? And where do you currently reside? 
I'm from the UK and currently living in a small city called Cheshire.

What did you study in school? 
Did you ever see it leading to what you are doing today? I actually studied Music performance and spent a couple of years working in the Music Industry. So I would have never of guessed I would end up running a business dedicated to helping people reduce their household waste.


What jobs did you have before you started Leafeco, Zero Waste for Beginners?
Before Leafeco I had a variety jobs: I was a session singer down in London, then ended up working in a bike shop, a couple of call centres, an underwear factory and in the hospitality industry.


Why did you decide to start Leafeco, Zero Waste for Beginners?
I moved from job to job out of boredom. I was excelling in all I did but something didn't feel right. Deep down I felt empty that I wasn't helping the world become a better place. I had worked for companies that claimed to have a green footprint and sustainable policies but not one of them lived up to their eco name. Every place I worked at I always tried to implement more sustainable practices. But every time I spoke to a manager about my ideas, they all laughed and told me I was only one person and I couldn't make a difference in this world. And that was the birth of Leafeco. I wanted to create a business that encouraged everyone to find ways to live sustainable but without any modern day sacrifice.


What are some quick tips for going zero waste and where can everyone find more?
1. Stop buying single-use plastic bags and keep a reusable bag on you at all times. 2. Always carry a water flask instead of buying a plastic bottled drink 3. Ditch the kitchen towels for cotton cloths that can be thrown into your normal laundry load. For more tips on how to go Zero Waste, visit  http://www.leafeco.co.uk/start-here/


Where are your favourite places to shop?
Thrift stores for clothing and tea stores to top up my loose leaf tea addiction. I love supporting local businesses and I buy from a local farmers markets and Etsy buyers whenever I can.


How would you define the word success?
After months and months of working your ass off and a stranger reaches out and tells you how much value they received from your work. And then continuing to carry on that process.


What do you see yourself doing in the next five years?
Working alongside some great people who have the time and resources to make our future sustainable, practical and fun. And I would love to get back to my musical roots and release an album which the profits would be sent to help rebuild deforestation in the Amazon.


Is there anyone who has been influential in your life/starting a business?
I grew up in a small family and travelled around the UK as a kid so I was always the new girl and struggled to make friends. Not one person in my family had their own business so I found inspiration from Elon Musk. His work and dedication to renewable energy inspired me to push through the pain of putting my name out into the world so I could protect the environment and the people in it.


What advice would you like to give to today’s women?
Never compare yourself to someone else. Always focus on you and strive to be a better person than you were yesterday. Learn to let things go quicker and love you for you.


Have you ever had a mentor who has given you advice that you would like to share?
My business buddy is Jennifer Bell from www.thesleepinglotus.com. We hold each other accountable for our daily business planning. We check in weekly and talk about our goals and evaluate how our previous week went. She once told me that hard work will always pay off as long as I  keep focused and believe in myself.


What is a fact about you that would surprise others?
I love playing video games! My chill out time is sitting down with my games console and playing a game until I fall asleep.


Where can everyone find you:
Website - www.leafeco.co.uk
Twitter - www.twitter.com/leafecoweb
Instagram - www.instagram.com/leafeco
Facebook - www.facebook.com/leafeco
Pinterest - www.pinterest.com/leafeco

Let me know if you have ever considered going zero waste in the comments below!

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Wednesday, 24 May 2017

The Intern Files | Resource List


Continuing with my Intern Files Posts I thought I would create a list of resources to help out anyone trying to find an internship. Everything listed is sites I've used and have had success with. I've also included some useful resources to use while you are interning to make your job easier so you can focus on learning! Check out my other Intern Files posts if you need help with finding an internship or to see what a day in the life is like!


Finding the Internship:

-Intern Queen

-Style Nine to Five

-Beauty Nine to Five

-Indeed

-Style Careers

-Email your favourite company and inquire


While You're Interning:

-Slack: A small company messaging app. It's more professional to use than texting and it's easier and faster than email.

-Skillshare: Can help you learn a new creative skill that may be beneficial to use at your internship. Skillshare has a premium level but, a ton of free classes. I have taken the courses Mail Chimp created to help me start creating email campaigns at my digital marketing internship.

-Future Learn and Coursera: Same idea as Skillshare. If you need to learn something quickly and free to help you with your internship, use these sites.

-Canva: If you don't have Adobe skills but, need to make simple graphics Canva will be your best friend.

-Meldium: Is a secure password sharing site that will log you in automatically when you click on the platform. This is great if you need access to shared accounts. I used Meldium for access to Hootsuite, Pinterest and Mail Chimp.

Let me know if you are currently interning in the comments below!

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Friday, 5 May 2017

#GirlBoss Guide | Brittani Buettner




I interviewed Brittani Founder of Scenic Route Collection who makes beautiful handmade jewellry inspired by nature!

1. Where are you from? And where do you currently reside?

Hello! I was born and raised in Kelowna, BC Canada. When I was 18 I went travelling which coincidentally gave me the wanderlust bug. However, I am now happily living in Whistler, Canada.

2. What did you study in school? Did you ever see it leading to what you are doing today?

Coming out of high school, I had no plans of attending post-secondary education until I found something I was passionate about and wouldn’t regret pursuing. So finally, four years after high school I went back to school at Kootenay Studio Arts in Nelson, BC to get a Jewellery Certificate because I wanted to gain the necessary skills which could bring my designs and dreams into reality.

3. What jobs did you have before you started Scenic Route Collection?

All of my previous jobs have been customer service related, including being a barista and room attendant at a hotel. I currently work at Starbucks part time and work on Scenic Route Collection whenever I can. I have started this business from nothing so having another job is important, but I anticipate being full-time with SRC by the fall!

4. Why did you decide to start Scenic Route Collection?

Scenic Route Collection started as a collection of my crocheting, sewing and bookbinding hobbies. When I rebranded SRC strictly as a handmade jewellery business I kept the old name because I believe it fits well with my current mission. All of my work revolves around the theme of nature and adventure which is exactly what taking the scenic route is all about!

5. What was your dream job growing up?

I recently came across some of my kindergarten journals and apparently I wanted to be a Fire Fighter when I grew up! Aside from that I remember really wanting to be a professional dancer and mother.

6. Where are your favourite places to shop?

Since starting this entrepreneurial journey, spending money has been very limited and saved for my business. But when I have some extra cash I like to shop at Lush, local flower shops, Aerie, farmer’s markets and David’s Tea. 

7. How would you define the word success?

To me, success is not about monetary gain. It is about accomplishing goals and gaining raving fans while staying true to your core values. Based on that definition, I believe I’m on my way to success. I have come so far in such a short while and I am proud of it! Of course, moments of self-doubt creep in, but I just remind myself of these affirmations to get me through tough times

8. What do you see yourself doing in the next five years?

In five years I see my husband and I finally settled in a home of our own where I will have a dedicated studio of my own to work from. I really believe in my jewellery brand and am excited to see where I am at in 5 years!

9. Is there anyone who has been influential in your life/starting a business?

I didn’t know this at the time, but I have my mother to thank for sparking the entrepreneurial spirit in me! She became a hair stylist right out of high school, and after working in different salons for multiple years, she finally opened her own in our house. Walking through what I’m doing right now, I can’t image how hard it was as mom of two!

10. Have you ever had a mentor who has given you advice that you would like to share?

I have never had an official mentor but many women in my life have given me helpful advice over the years. I surround myself with people who lead by example and I take what I can from that and apply it. Although not direct advice the following quote is a very good reminder.
 “Comparison is the thief of joy.” –Theodore Roosevelt 

11. What advice would you like to give to today’s women?

Take risks and step outside your comfort zone because you’ll never know what the answer will be until you ask.

12. What is a fact about you that would surprise others?

I once was the lead actress in a Christmas musical! It was fun but I still can’t work up the courage to watch the videos that are buried deep on my Facebook…

13. Where can everyone find you:

Etsy – www.scenicrouteco.etsy.com

Let me know if you have seen Brittani's beautiful jewellery in the comments below!

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Friday, 28 April 2017

#GirlBoss Guide | Gracie Carroll


I interviewed Toronto Blogger and Entrepreneur Gracie Carroll about how she started her blog and The Chic Canuck! 

1. Where are you from? And where do you currently reside?

I’m from downtown Toronto and I currently reside in downtown Toronto! Although I grew up on the west and now live on the east side of town.


2. What did you study in school? Did you ever see it leading to what you are doing today?

I went to Ryerson University for the Fashion Communication program. Ten years ago I don’t think I ever thought that what I do today could be a job or career, but the skills I gained during those four years have definitely helped me in what I do now every day.


3. What jobs did you have before you started Gracie Carroll / The Chic Canuck?

I moved to New York City to intern for Teen Vogue after my third year of university, and then I moved to London, UK after I graduated. While in London I worked in PR before landing my dream job assisting the Fashion Features Director at ELLE UK! When I moved back home I worked for a friend’s start-up which taught me a lot about building a successful business from scratch.


4. Why did you decide to create GracieCarroll.com / The Chic Canuck?

While working in the UK in PR and later at ELLE UK so much of my time was dedicated to researching and contacting bloggers that I started to realize just how massive and important these personal sites and brands were becoming. As I knew I was going to be returning home to Toronto when my visa ended, I thought there was a real and very exciting opportunity to create my own blog and be a part of a growing business that I knew would soon hit Canada. A few months after moving home I launched GracieCarroll.com in October of 2011 and the rest is history!


I decided to create TheChicCanuck.com after meeting and working with so many great local Canadian brands and designers. I felt strongly that there should be one place online where people can go to shop and discover things, people and places that are chic and Canadian. People often tell me that they find it hard to shop or support local, so the hope is that The Chic Canuck can help them make smarter decisions about how they spend their money.


5. What was your dream job growing up?

I wanted to work for a fashion magazine.


6. Where are your favourite places to shop?

I love shopping at local boutiques along Queen West in Toronto, as well as shopping directly from some of my favourite local designers such as Andrew Coimbra, Paria Shirvani, Bazzul, Beaufille and Sid Neigum. I also love to shop when I’m travelling to bring home something special that’s local to that city or country.


7. How would you define the word success?

That is tough! There are so many ways to define success. To me, I think that if you can build or create something that you can turn into your job and be able to work for yourself, that is success. But really, as long as you are happy you are successful!


8. What do you see yourself doing in the next five years?

Whatever makes me happy!



9. Is there anyone who has been influential in your life/starting a blog and business?

My mom has run her own business (a womenswear boutique) for over thirty years and she’s always been my biggest inspiration especially as an entrepreneur.


10. Have you ever had a mentor who has given you advice that you would like to share?

I think the best advice I’ve ever received has come from observing my mentors. These women showed me that you don’t have to be a bitch to be successful and to me that has always been very powerful.


11. How do you stay up to date on current trends?

The internet! And people watching.


12. What advice would you like to give to today’s women?

Work hard, be kind, help others.


13. What is a fact about you that would surprise others?

I could be a professional bargain hunter. l am extremely good at finding great deals on pretty much anything.


14. Where can everyone find you:

Website - GracieCarroll.com
Twitter - @GracieCarroll
Instagram - @GracieCarroll

Facebook - /graciecarrollblog
Pinterest - /pingracie



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Friday, 21 April 2017

The Intern Files | What I've Learned


Over the past eight months I've been a Digital Marketing Intern at a small start-up in Toronto, Canada called Ms. Dress Up. You can read here about how I got the internship back in the spring last year. Since that post, I have been documenting my experience through monthly blog posts including the truth of being a fashion intern, three ways to help you excel at your internship, 5 reasons to be an entrepreneur and 5 reasons to intern at a start-up company. The latest post I shared was a day in the life of being a fashion intern.

Today's post is a reflection of everything I've learned about myself, the work world and start-ups from my first ever internship. I would love for you to share your experiences with me in the comments below if you have any!


About Myself:

-I take initiative

-I work fast

-I go with the flow

-I get bored easily

-I change my mind about what I want to weekly but, I've discovered that the company I work for is more important than the exact position title I will ever hold

-I definitely want more internships but, with different titles so I look more experienced and diverse with jobs when I graduate


About The Work World:

-There are many different kinds of workers; we all work in our own way and that's okay

-Some people care more and do more; you cannot change others, just worry about yourself and your work


About Start-Ups:

-Being your own boss is cool; stressful but, cool

-It is a challenge (I'm up for one as you can see from above I get bored easily)

-I would like to start a start-up some day; no idea what it will be but, I will have one


Let me know what you've learned from interning in the comments below!

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Friday, 14 April 2017

The Intern Files | Day in the Life of a Fashion Intern


A typical day interning for me is usually on a Thursday or Friday! So, in the morning I wake up, get ready and walk to the office which takes about ten minutes from my apartment. I meet with my mentor Natalie and we discuss the daily agenda. Here is the wonderful collaborative workspace: 



The process Natalie and I have when it comes to my work is that everything is task-orientated. So every week I will be given a new task. I think it is easier to work this way instead of her saying, "go do all the marketing activities for the month." Because as a student I probably don't know all the activities. Something Natalie usually says is, "come up with an idea for the fall marketing campaign and pitch it to me."

My title is Digital Marketing Intern, however, working at start-up means I'm not interning in one specific area of the business, I'm learning all aspects. My favourite task as an intern is that I initiated the company blog and I get to write weekly content. Check out my posts on Ms. Dress Up!


At this internship, there are no coffee runs, unless the coffee is for me!

Are you interning anywhere right now? Let me know your interning experience in the comments below.

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