REENTRY

Tell us about an experience you’ve had coming back to something — or someone — after time away. What changed in your absence? How did you change? …


DEATH

People die, of course, but so do other things. Ideals. Relationships. Jobs. Life phases. Pieces of who we once were. A death isn’t always inherently sad, either; sometimes, it’s a positive step, freeing us from what was weighing us down or allowing us to move forward. Illusions can die. Grudges…


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Part of understanding political decision-making is learning how to accurately filter information online. Separating fact from fiction, combating disinformation, and determining the truth all require some leg work. …


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So, you want to be a fact-checker, eh? Tired of getting duped by sketchy articles and social media posts? Want to learn how to filter information by what’s correct vs. what’s not?

You and me both. I’ve got some good news and bad news.

The bad news: disinformation is a…


This blog post is brought to you by my newsletter, The Tart of War. You can find the original post here! 3 Intro Books For Political Messaging

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If you’re interested in learning more about political messaging, here are three books to start. I’m sharing these books because they…


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This blog post is brought to you by my newsletter, The Tart of War. You can find the original post here! A Beginner’s Guide To Civic Engagement

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As the lockdowns continue (atleast here in Ontario) I’ve been thinking about how involvement in our communities is so important. …


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Like every unemployed millennial who has an interest in social media, I decided to make a playlist on YouTube of personal branding videos. …


This is part of my recurring series on mental health. I’ve left a few links to some of my other blog posts at the end of this one. Check ’em out if you’d like. Until then, enjoy the read.

Workplace stress and burnout are becoming prevalent problems in businesses all…


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This is part of my recurring series on productivity. I’ve left a few links to some of my other blog posts at the end of this one. Check ’em out if you’d like. Until then, enjoy the read.

Originally posted on Thrive Global.

December 2020 Update: some of these I…


Close to a year ago, I wrote a Medium post on how I use my Kindle to learn new subjects. I explained how I get new resources, and my process for highlighting, exporting, and organizing them into a set of notes I can reference. …

Andrew Philips

Poli Sci grad, Comms Strategist, great at remembering names and terrible at pronouncing them. I write on a number of different topics!

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