Think about this, in the course of two weeks, you travel half way across the world, you spend two weeks using bucket showers, you sleep in a tent with sixteen strangers, you wake up at the crack of dawn every day to do as much work as you can painting classrooms and building shelves, and […]Read more "Digesting Kenya, Finally"
Usually, time just flies by, there isn’t enough time in a day, but it’s one of those nights where it’s 4:00am and time just slowly crawls by. I hate stagnation and I figured writing about it may be more helpful then scrolling aimlessly through social media. It’s nights like this, I wish there was a […]Read more "Sleepless Nights"
I realise I’ve been mistaken, I don’t take adventures, adventures take me. Every trip I’ve taken, I can compare it to being on a roller coaster. I just make the decision to do it. At first I’m really excited and I just line up for the ride. Pursuing new opportunities and just going for it […]Read more "Next Stop: Kenya"
A couple days ago I was scrolling through Instagram, and I instantly felt scared when one of my friends had a post “rest in peace…”. I braced myself and prayed with everything within me it was no one I ever had to contact with. The reason why I say contact with, is because I don’t […]Read more "Death Defines Us"
Recently, a friend from high school reached out to me. She is experiencing one of the most unsettling situations I feel humans go through, Should I do it?. Should I move to a new country? should I sign up for that iron man? should I apply for that program? If you don’t want too its […]Read more "Breaking down Your Barriers"
Seeing a grizzly bear on my five minute walk to work was always a possibility, climbing up an 8,000ft mountain and running down it to get to work on time, and waking up to snow in July, were all common events while I was living in Lake Louise. Less than a 1000 people live in […]Read more "Say Yes to New Adventures"
Seeing a grizzly bear on my five minute walk to work was always a possibility, climbing up an 8,000ft mountain and running down it to get to work on time, and waking up to snow in July, were all common events while I was living in Lake Louise. Less than a 1000 people live in […]Read more "Say Yes to Adventure"