Ohana, oh na na, half of my heart is in the diaspora

Shoutout to Camila Cabello and Lilo & Stitch for the title reference. I really hope you read it with a rhythm. P.S. “Ohana” means family. And, you know the rest. A dream my family had been praying about for years had manifested itself this past December. My mom’s whole family from the diaspora were blessed to gather […]

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Commuting VS Residence | Pros & Cons

A student asked me a really relevant and refreshing question this past month: “Should I commute and stay home with my family or should I move out when I get into university?” Shoutout to this person for giving me a really good blog idea (copy-pasting most of my response here): the pros and cons of […]

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#OneWord365: God, because He’ll work my resolutions on my behalf

Before I make God any promises for 2018, I’d like to first ask for His forgiveness for neglecting Him in 2017. Sorry about that time(s) I doubted your plan. I shouldn’t have written Jeremiah 29:11 in my high school yearbook outro if I wasn’t planning on believing in it. Some context for anyone who hasn’t […]

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Christmas Chats with Radio Glendon #FêtesGL

Every year, the eAmbassadors blog about our holidays using the hashtag #FêtesGL. Last Friday, I had the chance to talk to Marie, hostess of “What’s Going On” at Radio Glendon. We talked all things Christmas, my absolute favourite holiday ever. So this year, I’m talking about a white Christmas, family traditions, and challenging the cookie-cutter […]

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