Living in London was always a pipe dream of mine. How would I ever land a sponsorship in the city, especially right after university? It was on my solo backpacking trip in 2016 that I was informed about the Working Holiday Visa, where Canadians under 30-something can simply apply and pay to live/work in the … Continue reading Things I Wont (and Will) Miss About London
Tomorrow is the day! The BIG MOVE. I still can't believe that one of my biggest dreams is coming true. This post is part of the Moving to London series. I list the things I've done to prepare once my visa arrived. I also answer the most common questions I've received from family and friends about the … Continue reading Moving to London: Before I Go
I've decided to create a mini Moving to London Series for those of you who want to move to the UK and for those of you who are just interested in my experience. This post is about the Tier 5 Visa application process. It wont be super technical, as I am no expert, but it'll give you a glimpse … Continue reading How I Got My UK Work Visa | Tier 5
My life has been all over the place these past few years; since I moved to Halifax from Ottawa for university. Once I was there, my program had me moving around every four months to complete internships (a great program btw). Now top that off with an exchange to France and a month long backpacking … Continue reading When You Don’t Live in One Place for Long
Over the holidays I went to visit my friend Olivia in Toronto for New Years. Ottawa to Toronto is about a 4 hour train ride, which is a much more comfortable option than flying. For those of you familiar with my blog, you'll know that New York City has always been my dream city to … Continue reading Toronto: The Canadian NYC
As of April 2016 I will have graduated university, completing my Bachelors Degree in Commerce, and will be ready to start my next adventure. The big question is ... Where? Now before you start commenting "Didn't you just write a whole love story about wanting to move to New York City??" well, moving there isn't as … Continue reading Where Should I Move After Graduation?
As someone who loves to travel, I hardly show enough love for my home country. Many people dream of living in Canada and I'll admit I take it for granted. I've seen quite a bit of the country, but most of the trips were when I was younger. Though I enjoyed each of those trips, … Continue reading Top Canadian Cities To Visit