So it's been a while since I've posted a blog post. I took a needed short break to focus on completing the last couple of months of my degree, but I'm back (hopefully) posting weekly posts. What have I been up to? In the last 3 or so months I've been finishing my last year of … Continue reading Life and Blog Update | June 2017
To be honest I'm kinda glad that it's February already. January seemed to never end, and while it was a long and stressful month for me, there were a few things that helped it not seem so bad.
Follow my blog with Bloglovin This time last year I was just finishing off week one of Winter Term at North Central. I had just returned to America from spending Christmas at home and was wishing I was still there. Although studying abroad and living in America for a year was the greatest experience of … Continue reading 5 Mistakes To Avoid When Studying Abroad
I have never been one for new years resolutions, even if I have made them in the past, I have never stuck with them. For me resolutions tend to be things such as losing weight, go on a diet, start a hobby, join a gym etc., things that can easily be forgotten. This year instead … Continue reading Goals for 2017
As part of my attempt at living a more deliberate and intentional life, I have made three simple changes that have already improved my life, as well as contributing to reducing the amount of waste a create which would have been sent to sit in a landfill. Recycling, reusing, and reducing are no longer considered … Continue reading 3 Swaps That Can Help You Start Living A Zero Waste Lifestyle
With only 9 days left until Christmas is finally upon us, last minute Christmas shopping is in full effect. We all do it. Every year you struggle with what to buy your loved ones, repeating gifts year after year, and you just don't know what to gift them with anymore, so you put off and … Continue reading 4 Gifts For the Minimalist in Your Life
For the past nine years I have worked part-time in retail. More specifically fast fashion. Until this week. This week I quit my fast fashion job, and as of this Sunday I will (hope to) never work in retail again. I should say now that it was not the specific retailer that I was working … Continue reading 4 Tips For Quitting Fast Fashion
From minimalism to zero-waste, the 'less is more' trend has become a sustainable lifestyle for many over the past few years, especially among millennials. It wasn't a lifestyle I had heard about until I moved to America, but it was one that after just a few weeks in the States, I was in desperate … Continue reading The Push | Living Life Intentionally
Regardless of whether Clinton is running against Trump or any other Republican candidate, no matter what, she is and always will be the most qualified person in the room.
From Serial to The Nerdist, podcasts have never been more popular, or more influential. Just this summer through the help of evidence uncovered by Rabia Chaudry's 'Undisclosed: The State vs Adnan Syed,' Syed was granted a new trial to help clear his name in the 1999 murder of his ex-girlfriend, Hae Min Lee. But Chaudry … Continue reading 4 feminist podcasts you should be listening to