When I first joined cruise ships, I told myself that once I paid my loans off, I would be done. Of course, being a doe-eyed, 21-year-old being let loose into the big-wide world, I didn’t always save every penny- and thank goodness for that.When I went out, my mom and dad told me that it… Continue reading The Best Financial Decision I Ever Made
“What now?”- One Year On
It is an entire, global industry in mourning together.
I could not recommend trying it out enough, I am so thankful we did this fun experiment as it just turned out to be a great turning point in our personal journeys together.
“Ignorance is Bliss” meet the Serenity Prayer
Ignorance is Bliss is a proverb that is defined as “If one is unaware of an unpleasant fact or situation, one cannot be troubled by it”. The idea of ignorance being bliss is not a new one, but it is one that I think is very prevalent today. With the world being as turbulent as… Continue reading “Ignorance is Bliss” meet the Serenity Prayer
The Canadian and American Adoption of Cultural Identity
It, to me, is not necessarily a matter of where you are born, as that is nationality, but it is a matter of interest and continuous social development to claim a cultural identity.
Why Do I Travel?
I tend to surprise people with my travel experience. I am unsure if it has to do with my age or maybe the town I grew up in… whatever it may be people love to talk about it.Often prompted by the map that is permanently inked on my arm, or more recently my unusual resume,… Continue reading Why Do I Travel?
Under the guise of impatience, boredom, and general apathy, people sentence an entire industry to die.
Stillness fills the air of my backyard in Southern Ontario. As I sway in my swing-seat, I hear the distant sounds of cars and the odd train horn echoing through the buildings that scatter this urban landscape. In the forefront are the slow trickles of water from our small fountain, the faint splashing of a… Continue reading Stillness
This quarantine has shown me that I am not as patient as I once naively thought I was.
Mice and Men
The biggest thing that derailed us was not COVID-19.