The Mogo Blog

#MogoLife interview: Meet Melissa Bolduc – fashion designer for every body

Ladyboss and Canadian clothing designer Melissa Bolduc is the brains behind Melow, [!boutique-en-ligne/c1y0j] her ‘accessible and comfortable’ fashion line based out of Montreal. We sat down with the inspiring entrepreneur to find out more about what inspires her, what keeps her hustlin’, and what Adulting advice she has for all of us. ![](/content/images/2016/07/mogo_mogo-life_melissa-bolduc_profile.jpg) []Melissa

Meet Mary Young - one of our financial models (pun intended)

A local success story from Ontario, Mary Young, CEO & Designer at MARY YOUNG, [] is making a statement with her lifestyle and lingerie line. After starring in our latest ad campaign (Finances with benefits, y’all), Mary sat down with us to answer a few questions on her #girlboss style. So… what’s your company all about?Mary: My company is a women’s lifestyle lingerie and loungewear clothing line that focuses on encouraging women to embrace their natural shape to feel comfort

Amber Rose Collection Pop Up Shop at the MogoLounge

If you haven’t heard, Amber Rose will be in the 6ix to present at the MuchMusic Video Awards... But the MMVAs aren’t the only place you’ll be able to see her. That’s right, on June 18th from 4 to 7pm, Amber Rose will be doing a pop-up shop at the MogoLounge [,-79.4107983,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x882b34e3e23bdc81:0xbf3d6838c35278fc!8m2!3d43.6460508!4d-79.4086096] for the Amber Rose Collection. [] ![](/c

5 ways to make sure money doesn’t ruin your marriage

Our Financial Fitness Coach, Chantel, just wrote an article on the Ottawa Wedding Journal [] about how to keep it together with your boo while navigating your finances. Check out her 5 Marriage & Money tips: Sorry to break it to you, but when it comes to money honey, you’ve got to bring a business mindset to your marriage. Money issues can be a major reason why marriages fall apart. Like businesses, actually. So while you’re still in the honeymoon phase (aka. when the wate

Surprise! Millennials are the #1 fraud victims

You’re more likely to be a victim of fraud than your grandma. According to the Financial Post, [] “50% of suspect and highly suspect credit application frauds in Canada in 2015 were against Millennials or Generation Y… regarded as anywhere from age 16 to 36.” That’s crazy. Millennials are supposed to be the ones who are on top of technology and kn