Lately, I’ve been checking out numerous self-help style books from the library; anywhere from mindfulness and healthy eating to financial management. I was reading “Unstuck”, a book on taking control of your future and your money, when something hit me; I am not really sure what kind of things I want for my future. Growing… Continue reading Planning for the future?
I have been dealing with eczema, primarily on my hands, for about seven years now. I first noticed an irritation when I was in Nursing School (I did not pursue that profession, I’m a teacher now instead. Much better choice for me. Note: major love and mad respect to all nurses; until you’ve attempted to do… Continue reading 5 Tips for Managing Eczema and Preventing Flare-ups
When I started my journey to B.C., I believed that I wanted to be settled. I bought some furniture, decorated my apartment, and buckled in for the long haul. I quickly realized that something about these decisions felt uneasy. Lately, I have had quite the obsession with tiny homes and the idea of owning less… Continue reading The Minimalist Challenge.
This experience may be synonymous with any homecoming, however, travelling home to the west coast of Newfoundland for the holidays brings with it a few distinctive qualities. 1) You know you have arrived at the correct gate in Toronto because you can hear the accent from a mile away, you probably recognize at least 3-6… Continue reading I’ll be home with bells on…
Since moving to a new place, I find myself navigating a world where my perception of my home province, and the view that others have of it are vast and different. I have always felt so much pride in being a Newfoundlander and never imagined a life where I did not reside there. How do… Continue reading A reflection on hometown pride, gratitude, and identity.
(Composed: August 2nd, 2016) In the wee hours of the morning on Thursday, I will begin my cross-country journey to British Columbia. I’m currently trying to process all the feelings that go along with a move like this one. I find myself feeling excited, but also nostalgic and apprehensive. I have never lived anywhere but… Continue reading And we’re off…
After spending a fantastic year in teaching in rural Newfoundland, I have decided to take a chance and head out on a new adventure! I was applying and interviewing for various positions across the country and ended up accepted a job in British Columbia! It will be quite the move but I am over joyed… Continue reading New Life Adventure!