Every job I’ve had and what each one taught me about myself and the world

I've been reflecting on the past couple of years of my life lately (because I'm getting to the point where I have to make decisions, ugh.) I believe if you want to look forward in life you should probably look back first to see number one: how far you've come, and number two: what you can…

How to answer to your calling when so many phones are ringing #GLamour

This Valentine's day I'm reflecting on love. But, as much as I'd like to write on the things to look for in a significant other, or on the concept of loving yourself before anybody else does, I've been facing an ongoing dilemma with my life for the past couple years and it's this: What do…

Buckets need breaks, not holes – you’re not alone | 6-min read

We all go through seasons of stress and anxiety and all the emotions that make us want to scream in an empty parking lot as loud as we can. Unless you have a cold right now and would rather curl up in a ball & cry instead. I'm with ya. There is so much screaming…

If every month had a definition: University Student Edition

Between balancing responsibilities, celebrations, and plain old life, we can probably give the months of the year specific definitions at this point. Here's how I see it: January: way too quiet it’s kinda sketchy, people slipping on ice, Ryerson students apparently still on break? February: singles awareness month, Christmas tree still up, probably pretending to enjoy…

Reaching the peak (but almost giving up) 

I posted a short video a couple of weeks ago on my Instagram which probably confused y'all. Here's the full version: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lHPtG3y3MdQ&feature=youtu.be This past summer, I worked as a French teacher for around 20 Gr2/3 students. It was one of the most overwhelming and patience-testing experiences of my life, but boy is it true that…