“Guess what? When it comes right down to it, wherever you go, there you are”   Jon Kabat-Zinn When I started my first semester of college, I threw mindfulness and self compassion right out the window. Which I can say was not a good idea. My first semester of my freshman year was a wack load of mess after mess. I was always drowning in stress, anxiety surrounded me in … Continue reading Mindfulness

Niagara Falls for the Weekend 

This past weekend, myself and Ryan planed a trip down to Niagara to visit our friend for her birthday. Here is a little photo blog of our time spent in the falls. Day 1 To get to Niagara, Ryan and myself had to take three busses and a train. I know, thats a long journey! But after all that traveling, it was definitely worth it. I … Continue reading Niagara Falls for the Weekend 

Wednesday Adventures 2.0

Welcome back everyone, and hello to new comers. If you haven’t read my last blog post, myself and my roommate made a plan to adventure out on Wednesdays for the afternoon. It has been so nice having a mid break in the week and just having fun! To keep the fun times going, last wednesday my roommate, my friend Ryan and myself travelled to Vaughan … Continue reading Wednesday Adventures 2.0

Wednesday Adventures 1.0

Wednesdays are my new favourites, sorry Sunday. I used to haaaate Wednesdays. I felt like the day just dragged on and the weekend was never going to come. Instead of getting the Wednesday blues, myself and my roommate vowed to make it Wednesday yellows… if that makes sense. Instead of staying in, we have travelled downtown every Wednesday and went somewhere new that we’ve never … Continue reading Wednesday Adventures 1.0

The Toronto Christmas Market

Ah Christmas, it’s the most wonderful time of the year. You get to hike out in the bush and chop down a Christmas tree (a.k.a drive to the nearest Canadian Tire), families get together, Tim Hortons has their peppermint white hot chocolate out, and of course, Michael Bublé’s Christmas album on repeat. Wow, that was a very Canadian sentence. Sorry. In honour of this glorious holiday, myself and … Continue reading The Toronto Christmas Market