a few weeks ago, i happened upon the most relevant buzzfeed article i’ve ever happened upon (which i admit is a bit of a grandiose statement to make, given the website’s propensity to fuel my sense of self-loathing and deprecation with gifs that always seem to exactly capture whatever i am feeling). i can’t quite … Continue reading procrastination station
I have always been a “go go go” sort of person. My. Whole. Life. I’m the type of person who enjoys a fast pace, both literally and figuratively. You know that Facebook group that existed back when Facebook actually had “groups” instead of “pages” that was called I Secretly Want to Punch Slow Walking People in … Continue reading Living Your Moksha Week One.
It’s here, it’s here. I never imagined this day would come, but in a few days I’ll be wrapping up the final paper of my undergraduate career, a 50-something page behemoth AKA my honours thesis. It has been a crazy ride and I’m still a little unsure as to how I got this far but hey … Continue reading Finish line
I’ve never really fancied myself a writer, or considered myself particularly gifted with words. That has never affected the centrality of language in my life though; the world of literature has always been very close and dear to my heart. As a child, I was always reprimanded for reading books at the dinner table (my … Continue reading Musings and New Beginnings
After quite the adventure searching for the perfect winter parka, my journey has finally come to an end. Long story short, back in August, William and I took a much-needed end of summer vacation to Washington and the Oregon Coast; one of our last stops was in the so-called hipster capital of the US, Portland … Continue reading Midnight City
I’m falling off my chair in fatigue (I was up at 6:30 AM this morning for an 8:30 class, I’m evidently a sadomasochist) but I’ve committed myself to completing this post before I let all the details of my New York trip escape me and sink into an irretrievable abyss. Taking off from where I … Continue reading New York, New York
Today marks the almost halfway point of my trip to NYC. It’s the first time that I’ve traveled more than 2-3 hours from home without my parents, to a city pretty unfamiliar to me, and so far everything has been lovely. Jocelyn and I took a red eye flight to JFK from Vancouver at 10:40. … Continue reading Empire State of Mind