I am not one to set New Year's resolutions ... anymore. Because don't kid yourself, if you didn't exercise before January 1st you probably wont be doing it much, if at all, by February 1st. But as much as I don't believe in New Year's resolutions being the answer to changing your life, I do think … Continue reading 2016 Travel Resolutions
I've been nominated! For those of you who aren't aware of these blogging awards, it's a way to engage in the blogging community and get to know some great new bloggers. Thanks to The Files of a Traveling Daydreamer for the nomination! Go check out her blog if you haven't already :) Here are the rules: … Continue reading Blogging Awards + Answering Travel Questions
As mentioned in Reasons I Want to Move to NYC, acting has always been a dream of mine. I love being on stage and seeing others do the same. I make sure to go to at least one Broadway show every time I'm in New York. Seeing a show on Broadway is an experience I … Continue reading Broadway Calling
And I'm off! Today I am heading back to the city I hold near and dear to my heart – New York City. Since I won't be posting during the trip, make sure to check out my New York adventures on Instagram and Twitter. This will be my 7th time going (including a month long internship) and I have … Continue reading Reasons I Want to Move to NYC
Adapted from a short story I wrote back in January 2010 - I tried to play it off as fiction, but this is the real story about what I went through back in 2007. Attached are pictures from the morning of my surgery through to going home from the hospital. S ... the first letter … Continue reading My Scoliosis Story
Most of you have probably read, or seen the movie adaptation, of Stephen Chbosky's Perks of Being a Wallflower. It's a story that has affected countless teens in countless ways. Instead of posting a book recommendation about it, I felt like sharing how it captured me and the change it made to my life. I … Continue reading The Perks of This Story
I made this collage a while ago for my trip to New York City. These aren't exactly outfits I would wear, but I like to get ideas from them whether its colour palette, fabrics, form, or styles.