"... the last thing you want is to be smelling week old beef stew that has been microwaved for 5 minutes *puke face*."
"Swimming around with a drink in my hand (that was also free with entry), really taking in a wonder of the world, is an experience I couldn't ever imagine I would have and no matter the cost, was priceless."
I have never been a heavy packer. Because I was fortunate enough to travel a lot when I was young, I learned the bulk of travel do's and don'ts as well as tips and tricks for maximizing your travel time and the space in your bag. From March 27th to April 3rd I will be … Continue reading I Packed Like a Minimalist (ish)
Food is often described as a facet which works to bind us together, but it can often be the thing that tears people, and nations, apart. Falafel has a deep, convoluted history which includes where it originated, what ingredients are includes and how it is prepared. Due to its Middle Eastern derivation, I would argue … Continue reading Falafel: a Gateway to the Politicized Middle East
Refugees in Western Media 2011 saw the dawn of a new age of war. The people of the Syrian Arab Republic fell victim to a government retaliation against not only those who opposed the rules of the dictatorship, but the general population of the country. Specifically, east Aleppo has been under fire of barrel bombs … Continue reading Syrian Refugees: A Journey
I use numerous different brands and try to constantly and consistently alternate between products. These are most of the basic products I use on a regular basis; what I like and what I might want to improve. Ted Baker Makeup Bag: I have SO MANY pouches and make-up bags but I have a few requirements … Continue reading Makeup Favorites: Drugstore & Designer
Bauer is a 10 year old Siberian Husky. He was brought to us from Hungary, and lived in the United Arab Emirates with my family and I up until last year when he arrived in Toronto. He is a loving fluff-ball who is (to say the least) the light of my life. Huskies are the … Continue reading Siberian Huskies
What is the Electro Dermal Allergy Test: this is a non-invasive allergy test. I don't know a lot about it or really how it works but this is what I understood; there are tiny currents passed through your body while holding a metal rod in one hand, and having your finger pricked by another. These currents, … Continue reading Electro Dermal Allergy Test: My Experience
Here are some lifestyle tips for those, both in and out of university, who are trying to find their footing without family or familiar surroundings. I have lived by myself, with my brother, since June of 2015 and i have learned a lot. Some of those lessons others can alter and apply to hopefully make … Continue reading How to Survive: Living Alone
I still have a lot of the world to see and quite frankly, i haven't seen enough of the world to be any sort of an expert in travel. However, these are a few of the tips, tricks and general ideas which i have found to be habitual and quite useful. So here goes: Plan … Continue reading Travel Tips & Tricks