This has been an amazing six weeks, packed with every emotion possible. It’s hard to comprehend this adventure and everything that has unfolded during my time living in Europe. I experienced moving to a new country, being a nanny, and plenty of amazing and hard moments. Here are some of the lessons I have learnt over […]Read more "Life Changing Lessons in Europe"
Strength comes in numbers, but don’t underestimate the strength in yourself. I am a very social person who is happiest with others. My friends, family, and boyfriend have helped me with some of my biggest battles. I realized the extent of their monumental support a couple weeks ago when my anxiety hit me hard, and I was […]Read more "Alone"
No I’m not chained to the wall making pizza dough or scrubbing the floors with a toothbrush. It’s a unique role that comes with plenty of amazing moments and challenges. During the week I usually make breakfast and then teach the three girls English. Then we usually will do an activity (swimming, baking, sports). Then the girls […]Read more "Being a Nanny"
Being a personal trainer and athlete I view “being fit” as a life style, and not a 20 day phase. Its about staying consistent and adapting to your environment. I don’t go to the gym to get “jacked”. I go to become stronger, to consistently overcome barriers, whether it’s in regards to my anxiety or pushing through […]Read more "Staying Fit Abroad"
My experience in Rome was not your typical experience. It’s not like living in the Waterdown where your friends are a street away, and you can call them to go out. Instead, you have moved to a new country where you know no one, and very few people know your language, but maybe that’s the best […]Read more "“We’re Sleeping in the Same bed, and We’re not Even Facebook Friends”"
” I just don’t want to look back and think ” I could’ve eaten that. This my moto for living in Italy. In Canada, I usually stick to a specific diet to achieve my goals and occasionally crush a 20 pack of timbits for a cheat meal. In Italy food is taken VERY seriously. One […]Read more "Canadian Food vs. Italian Food- Who Wins?"
” I just don’t want to look back and think ” I could’ve eaten that. This my moto for living in Italy. In Canada, I usually stick to a specific diet to achieve my goals and occasionally crush a 20 pack of timbits for a cheat meal. In Italy food is taken VERY seriously. One […]Read more "Italian food vs Canadian food- Who wins?"