East Coast Road Trip

Two blogs in two days, have fun reading! Well, if Peru wasn't enough of a graduation trip, about a week after I came back, Chris and I went on a road trip out east. 8 days, and about 5,000 km! We decided to go a little old fashion and only navigate using only road maps. The... Continue Reading →


Peru 2017

It's been a few weeks since I've been back from my trip to Peru and I've finally had a chance to write about it. It takes me a lot longer these days to write blogs than it use to. I went to Peru with two of my girlfriends, Kate and Char. We planned our trip... Continue Reading →

Grad School’s Over…Time for Adventures?

Well, it has been over a year since my last post, which is absolutely ridiculous! That being said, it's also been over a year since my last trip/adventure (which I think is even more ridiculous). I don't even know where to begin..hmm. The last year, well...for starters, I'm done grad school, handed in my last assignment April 13th.... Continue Reading →

Arizona, USA

Once again I followed Chris to the destination of his dental school interviews. In November it was New York City and this time it was Phoenix, Arizona. I arrived in the afternoon on Thursday, just before Chris' interview was over and we are leaving tonight so that didn't leave us much time to explore Phoenix... Continue Reading →

Toronto Blue Jays

#comeTOgether has been a trending hashtag this season for the Toronto Blue Jays (a baseball team here in Toronto). I've always loved the Jays and attending games in the summer is one of my favourite things to do in the city. I've recently moved downtown Toronto and have had the opportunity to attend a postseason game... Continue Reading →

The Hardest Part Of Traveling No One Talks About

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image - Flickr / Corie Howell image – Flickr / Corie Howell

You see the world, try new things, meet new people, fall in love, visit amazing places, learn about other cultures – then it’s all over. People always talk about leaving, but what about coming home?

We talk about the hard parts while we’re away – finding jobs, making real friends, staying safe, learning social norms, misreading people you think you can trust – but these are all parts you get through. All of these lows are erased by the complete highs you experience. The goodbyes are difficult but you know they are coming, especially when you take the final step of purchasing your plane ticket home. All of these sad goodbyes are bolstered by the reunion with your family and friends you have pictured in your head since leaving in the first place.

Then you return home, have your reunions, spend your first two…

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Recapping the rest of my Europe trip…

I think I left off in Florence. Since then I've visited Rome, Corfu, Athens and Santorini. The end of my trip was in Scotland with my parents and now I'm home two weeks earlier than originally planned. The tourist sites in Rome were everything you expected, The Vatican was beautiful and everything about that little... Continue Reading →

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