I love solo travel.
I started traveling on my own when I was twenty. I went to Italy to teach English for seven weeks. It was the first time that I met other 20-somethings who believed in having a meaningful and adventureous alive. There was something alive about this people. I wanted more and kept pursuing more.Read More
In this video, I share how I changed my life and made it something I enjoy, without quitting my job. 2018 was my first year working at a “normal job”, setting into the routine that is common for people living in cities: work, commute, gym. But by the start of this year, I knew that I wanted something different. I wanted to get back into creating content for these channels.Read More
I smile in wonder at myself. How am I even doing this? How I get to this? I ask myself. Just a few months ago, I had no motivation to do anything other than go to work and go to the gym a few times a week. Now, this is my first time at the gym in months because I decided “the fitness classes weren’t hard enough.”Read More
I knew that I wouldn’t be able to change the fact that 5 days a week, I needed to spend several hours a day doing work for my jobs. This doesn’t mean I can’t create art on top of my jobs.Read More
I’ve been making peace with the city. We’ve had a complicated relationship.
First up, a little back story:Read More
I'm excited for what the future holds now that I can see our world and my life from a whole new perspective.Read More
I never thought I would say this: I love having a job.Read More
Two summers ago, things were just gathering momentum when my whole world came crashing down and I had to rebuild my life.Read More
I had to wait for the dust to settle from my “spiritual overhaul”, excavate the mess I found in soul and hope that my feet will land in this reality again.Read More
When I landed back in Toronto in August 2017, I knew that I was supposed to be here. But I didn’t want to be. I came back out of a sense of obligation. Obedience.Read More
My journey took a sudden and drastic turn while I was in Montenegro in July 2017. It was as if a veil lifted and I could see through the reality I lived in, into a spiritual reality.Read More
I've been trying to write this post for weeks and today is the day. Ohana means 'family' in Hawaiian. It's a word that captures the open-hearted embrace of the special people who come into your life.Read More