Author Archives: Jenna Marie

About Jenna Marie

Jenna is a communications student from Winnipeg, Manitoba. She's almost finished studying at Red River College and looking forward to whatever's coming next.

A Blog is Born

Ever wondered if you should start another blog? It’s nice and easy with WordPress. Here’s a post with a few things to consider: A Blog is Born. Advertisements

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Time for a Change?

I’ve been doing some thinking about my blog (and by that I mean that today I thought something for the first time), and I think it’s time to try something new. I tend to make change-related decisions pretty quickly. I … Continue reading

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To resolve or not to resolve?

I’d like to share an article I wrote about New Year’s resolutions. I know it’s been several days now since the time of making resolutions, and statistically somewhere around 31% of people have jumped off the wagon by now, depending … Continue reading

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Why goals take the gold over resolutions

When it comes to New Year’s resolutions, I can’t say I’ve ever really made any. I love planning and goals and generally have at least one thing on the go in the planning portion of my brain, but I don’t … Continue reading

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Romeo and Juliet presented by the MTC

Romeo and Juliet’s pilgrimage from ancient Verona to modern-day Jerusalem at the Manitoba Theatre Centre was surprisingly smooth. The retelling of the famous play was directed and performed so that even someone without prior knowledge of the story could easily … Continue reading

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In Search of a Name

Recently I’ve been thinking about something very exciting. As you may know, I’m going to be a film director. Not sure what my path will be yet, but I am extremely excited to find out. I’ve done some video work … Continue reading

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A Life Well-Lived

Last week my grandfather died. He’s the first person in my family, who I knew well, who has passed on, and it’s gotten me to thinking. There were a lot of nice things said at his funeral. We his family … Continue reading

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