Kiah Cato


Kiah Cato is a 21 year-old dreamer with a restless mind and ever-changing plans. While she might reference a favourite movie when describing herself ("too weird to live, and too rare to die"), others may simply deem her a writer, a yogi, and a weirdo. She enjoys polluting cyberspace with her countless epiphanies and opinions about living life to its fullest and finding happiness in the present moment.

3 Reasons Why You Shouldn't Spread Yourself Too Thin

By Kiah Cato
We live in a society in which productivity is considered to be a highly valued aspect of life. If you seek to impress someone, whether it’s at a job, networking or in everyday relationships, people will wonder what you’re up to. “Nothing” is an…

What Mindfulness Is And Why It's The Key To Your Success

By Kiah Cato
The idea of mindfulness tends to bring a sense of skepticism to those who are unfamiliar with the practice. The concept is often coupled with visions of meditation and nonsensical chanting. With such an assumption, it’s easy to shrug it off as…

Why Millennials Are Allowed To Be Offended

By Kiah Cato
It cannot be denied that the Millennial generation, in a general sense, is a generation quick to criticize what is presented to us. Not everyone is personally invested in matters that have little to do with them, but we all seem to have an opinion…

Why Escaping Is Not Necessarily The Key to Happiness

By Kiah Cato
Life isn’t easy. Just because we want to find happiness does not mean that we are guaranteed it will come to us. It is hard work to live life in the way you envision and sometimes, that work doesn’t pay off. In times of desperation, escape can seem…

6 Valuable Life Lessons We Can Learn From Ferris Bueller

By Kiah Cato
If you haven’t seen the John Hughes’s classic “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off,” stop what you are doing immediately and find a copy for viewing. As an avid movie-watcher and fan of coming-of-age tales, I would dub the film starring the young Matthew…

Why Feminism Shouldn't Be The 'F' Word In 2014

By Kiah Cato
It’s an odd time to be a female 20-something. The ideas presented to our generation regarding womanhood are often skewed. Beyoncé sings, “I’m a grown woman, I can do whatever I want,” while Nicolas Sparks novels and movies typically end with the…