We get it, it’s 2017. The monumental fresh start people have been craving since the tragic whirlwind of what was handed to us in 2016.
I’ve always been a city girl. I was born and raised in beautiful Vancouver, one of the largest metropolitan cities in Canada.
Since the middle of October 2016, I have been a vegetarian. Despite all the assumptions, my decision to become vegetarian was not as spontaneous as I made it out to be.
I don’t know about you, but this year has been one hell of a ride. All those Memes about how this year has been a mess, well I’m right there with them.
Let me start off by warning you that this lifestyle choice is most definitely not for everyone. As a matter of fact, it’s not really great for myself either, but here I am. Attempting to write a guide for the curious and ambitious.
I wish I had a better excuse for my absence on my blog. But I really don’t. I’ll admit that my time management hasn’t lived up to my expectations this semester – just a couple of weeks ago I took an UBER to class because of my inability to wake up to my first 8 alarms…
We’re all human, and it’s true – how ever you may interpret this. We all have emotions and feelings. In fact, we all get emotionally attached and feel things in certain situations. Obvious? Yes. Do we always accept this? No.
It’s been a couple of weeks now since my last post, and I honestly have no idea where the time went! September feels like it has come and gone so fast, I have barely had any time to catch my breathe. There has been a lot of changes and self-reflections over these past couple of…
September marks a bittersweet realization to all students. It all starts with that first advertisement you see online for “Back to School Specials” – it’s that instant reminder that patios are closing, days are getting shorter, and it’s time to pull out your chunky sweaters.
SURPRISE! I had one more trip booked this summer and it was to LONDON! I have never been there before and it was everything and more than I had hoped for.