Thank you for stopping by and taking a look at my lifestyle blog. Originally my intention was to write a travel blog but it has transformed along the way; Not all of us are designed/able to live the nomad lifestyle. My life is multifaceted so I tend to write about my personal experiences, the milestones I am going through in life and the tips and tricks I learned along the way. Travel is my main passion but I also very focused on my career, I work in Marketing and I am very passionate about it. Hopefully some of my posts will resonate with you, I try to cater to my fellow millennials with life and career insights, travel advice, recipes, style guides and of course whatever is trending my life at the moment.
Why I Decided to Start a Blog
Reading and writing has always been my first love. Every since I was a child, I would go on weekly trips to the library with my mom and pick up a new set of reading material. When I was in middle school I read The Hobbit and I was convince that I would write literature for a living. What you thought you would be when you grow up does not always end up being where you end up, but life is really about the journey, right?
Since I have graduated university I have not read a single book, not even a terrible beach read. I decided that I did not want to stop learning and expanding my skill set. I want to continue to write. I do write regularly for work, but it is usually real estate based material. I wanted my blog to be a reflection of me, and to share my major passions in life. Writing a personal blog is hard because it puts your personal life on display. I find it very difficult to be fully exposed for the whole internet to read. I relate best to writing that has a vulnerable quality to it. I tried my best to think of topics that I think others would be interested as well.
More About Me
I would describe myself as a fitness fanatic with an aggressive sweet tooth. I love eating, checking out new restaurants and experimenting with different recipes. I also enjoy being active and being outside. I have tried everything from bouldering to stand-up paddle boarding. My paradise would be spending the majority of my time outside, hopefully basking in the sun. For now I will take Raincouver’s mild climate and the occasional sunny day.
I am a tad on the organized side, some say OCD, I prefer prepared. I am definitely a planner. I like to share my experiences and let you in on some of my insider tips. Even if I spend hours researching to prepare for something, I find that personal experiences are the best guide.
Thank you for visiting my blog and I hope you enjoy following my journey!