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Am I still an Expat, or am I just a Pat?

Am I still an Expat, or am I just a Pat?

Just Go: The world is waiting for you

I'm a believer in going after the things you want. Something that comes up again and again for the crowd that went the traditional route: go to school, go to University, get your first job, is that a feeling that... Continue Reading →

8 observations for 8 days in LA

"Bus" is a bad word The bus in LA is incredibly affordable. If you are fortunate to be near a major bus route (which I am) then the $1.25 USD price tag is very reasonable when you consider that this mode of transit... Continue Reading →

13 things I have learned over 13 flights in 5 weeks

Push the bounds of Hand Luggage Everyone has these mini wheelie dealie bags these days. They are massive and some are so crammed there is no way they fit in the overhead bins or under the seat in front of... Continue Reading →

I am not cool enough for Brooklyn

A few weeks ago I turned 26 and officially said goodbye to pretending I’m still close to being twenty and not closer to being thirty (whatever... the alcohol intake is the same, just fancier) and to celebrate I took myself... Continue Reading →

An art concept, My Secret, Your Secret.

What makes a secret a secret? Is it the thing we don't want people to know because of how it reflects upon us? Is it a thing that we feel guilt about and cannot stand to voice? My Dad is in... Continue Reading →

Encounters with morons

There are  few people who's advice I truly value. My parents (because they have known me since before I was just a tiny puke-inducing parasite in my mothers stomach and they honestly want what's best for me), a handful of... Continue Reading →

3 Years later and I've still never seen a Moose

The 12th of June 2011 is the day I arrived on Canadian soil, which makes today mine and Canada's 3 year "Canaversary". If Canada was a dude, we'd be getting pretty serious right about now. Maybe move in together, get... Continue Reading →

7 Things I learned about France

Why do we travel? For me personally it’s a combination of the desire to never sit still or commit to anything (watch me run from responsibility, WEEEEEEEE!) and to big-up myself to old high school friends who recently just added... Continue Reading →

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