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3 Tips for Starting a Side Hustle in Vancouver

Vancouver is an extremely expensive place to live. As of February of 2018, the average rent for a one bedroom suite weighed in at a whopping $1,990 per month. For young adults who are just entering the workforce making rent is a constant concern. Supplementary sources of income, or a side hustle, could be the answer - here are three tips to help you get going.

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MagazineYvonne Hanson
Old Friends, New Pronouns

People with non-binary or fluid gender identities often prefer they/them to avoid a lengthy explanation of their gender expression or daily updates on the binary pronouns they currently prefer. Here are some helpful tips and advice from WOQ blogger Yvonne Hanson.

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MagazineYvonne Hanson
Places to Volunteer in Vancouver and BC - A Quick LGBTQ+ Guide

Volunteers can do anything from taking tickets and stamping hands, to moving objects, to sitting on committees to help with planning. Small things. Big things. Every little bit helps and while you're contributing to your community, guess what? You'll be meeting new and interesting people. Summer is Pride season and there are hundreds of positions waiting for volunteers.

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MagazineSophia Kelly
Start with walking

If you look up ‘walking daily’ on Google, you’ll find all sorts of reasons why a daily walk is good for you. You’ll read that it prevents dementia, helps you lose weight, strengthens your heart, lowers the risk of disease, and more. But part of me, the part that used to train 6 days a week, laughed at the idea that a 30 minute walk could have any significant impact on someone’s health.

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MagazineJude Goodwin