Over the past month the #10YearChallenge has taken the internet by storm with everyone from your friends, to celebrities, and even world leaders jumping on the bandwagon (except for Anthony of course), but do you ever think twice before posting? Tech writer Kate O’Neill raised some alarm bells recently suggesting the challenge was a way for companies to collect data for facial recognition algorithms. Popsugar’s popular twinning app that went viral during the holidays was reportedly collecting everyone’s photos. Sharing something fun on social media isn’t something we’d normally think too much about…but maybe it should be.
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Health Canada released its new food guide to help provide up-to-date information to Canadians about healthy eating choices and to make sure the guide is aligned with the current evidence on food topics. Natasha and Anthony are vegetarians as is Taylor's husband Greg. Taylor is the odd person out. However she does do 3 meatless dishes or more a week.
Are you incorporating more plant based meals in your home? Is the food guide going to change your eating habits?
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Have you been Ghosted? Breadcrumbed? How about Orbitted? Yup this is a thing now on social media. Get use to the lingo. Taylor, Natasha and Anthony talk about Orbitting this week on the F Words podcast
From looking and feeling better on the inside and out, to building your personal brand – etiquette expert and style strategist Fotini Copeland joins us this week on the podcast. Fotini shares her tips on how to live your best life including: not comparing yourself to others, surrounding yourself with positive people and getting a good night’s sleep. Taylor, Natasha and Anthony also each ask Fotini an etiquette question! Take a listen and let us know what changes you’re making in 2019 to better yourself.
Happy New Year! It’s officially 2019 and with the holidays wrapping up it’s time to get back to reality…including paying off those bills and figuring out how to save for the year ahead. A new survey put out by the Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada says that Canadians have mixed feelings about their financial situation in 2019. 41% of people surveyed said their financial situation will improve over the next year, while 45% think it will remain unchanged and 11% say things will get worse for them. This week on the podcast we welcome Doretta Thompson, Director of Corporate Citizenship for CPA Canada who breaks down this survey and offers tips and advice.
Listen and tell us how you feel about your financial situation going into 2019.