Are We Still Friends?

Social anxiety is the dumbest forms of anxiety, at least in my opinion. I don’t really know when it started as it was a very slow progression that later I found myself completely engulfed in. Continue reading “Are We Still Friends?”

5 Things My Immigrant Parents Taught Me

My parents came to Canada as refugees over 20 years ago with my siblings. I was born in Canada so I can only imagine what it would have been like for them to have to learn a new language and adjust to the ways of the western world.

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Top 5 Toxic People Who Need To Leave Your Life ASAP

We all know someone or have come across somebody that makes us uncomfortable or simply unhappy when we interact with them, it may not be right away but it doesn’t take too long for their sucky nature to get you bummed. Sometimes these toxic people come into our lives disguised as friends or lovers, they can be co-workers, or worse they’re family. Continue reading “Top 5 Toxic People Who Need To Leave Your Life ASAP”

I Used To Be A Chameleon

I used to be guilty of changing who I was just to get someone to like me, especially when it came to boys. If he was really into hockey so was I, if he loved motocross suddenly I’d become an avid fan. I’d tailor myself to whomever it was just to be liked or to simply fit in.

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The Silent Battle Within

Self love, confidence and self esteem have been things I have battled with for a majority of my life, something far too common most women seem to experience. However, knowing that I’m not alone in facing these issues is somewhat comforting.

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The Winter Lover

If someone gave me a choice between all expense paid trip to Mexico or Alaska, hands down I would choose Alaska. I’ve never been much of a lover for hot days on sandy beaches, sure it has it’s appeal but I’m truly the happiest where there’s snow. Continue reading “The Winter Lover”