I’m Type Two & I Like Labelling Myself

Today I want to talk about personality — specifically the enneagram. I sent this quiz over to my friends and we continuously talked about our different types that I thought I would talk to you guys about it. The enneagram personality test is a system that consists of nine different types based on fears, characteristics, and desires. Everyone is considered to be one single type and mine … Continue reading I’m Type Two & I Like Labelling Myself

My Five Essentials for a Happy Life

Happy Monday everyone! In my Arts & Sciences lecture, my professor talked about Epicurus and happiness. The lecture went on about how only you are capable of your own happiness and how to find it in all the right places. This lecture really made me think about what happiness means to me and what makes me happy. There are so many things I encounter in my everyday life that bring … Continue reading My Five Essentials for a Happy Life

The Cherry Blossoms Have Bloomed

Ahh spring, you have arrived! I’ve had my window open for the past week, and let me tell you, I am loving every second of it. I can finally put away all my sweaters, roll up my pants, and put on my sunglasses. If you follow me on any of my social media’s, I have been posting a lot of photos, in particular cherry blossoms. I mean, … Continue reading The Cherry Blossoms Have Bloomed

Toronto’s Hidden Art Gallery

Okay, so it’s not exactly “hidden”… It’s not located in some secret land like Narina and you don’t need a password to get in, BUT it is defiantly a hidden gem of Toronto. Every time I leave the house it seems that I end up in an art gallery, and this weeks find was the Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery. This art gallery was so unlike any I … Continue reading Toronto’s Hidden Art Gallery

Mindfulness

“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