Follow my blog with Bloglovin Now that pride month(s) have come to an end, I thought I’d write about my Munich pride experience! I’m pretty sure pride month is June, but all the pride parades in Germany are held in July. Therefore I thought I’d wait until July is over to post this. Anyways, Munich pride lasted a week, but the main day of events with the parade and parties was on July 15th. The weather on that day couldn’t have been any better. Hot, but overcast and then at…

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Another travel post, yay! I’m currently sitting in the Frankfurt International Airport and am the happiest person right now. I’m flying back home to Canada. I’m so excited because I haven’t been home for about 8 months, and really miss it. I miss my home, friends, CAT and family so much! There’s absolutely nothing wrong about being here in Germany, I love it just as much. But, Canada, is home to me. I still feel like I’m just visiting Germany for an extended period of time and am going to…

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Hello friends! So I’m finally getting around to writing this blogpost about my time back home in Canada. So sorry for the delay! I just wanted to keep my laptop in it’s case while I was at home, so I could spend my time there with my friends and family. And then when I got back to Germany, I had to print, sign and send a bunch of university applications which also took away a lot of my time. But now that I’ve settled in and have gotten the majority…

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My 19th birthday was Tuesday and I couldn’t think of a better way to celebrate on my blog other than with a “19 things I’ve learned at 19” post. I hope you enjoy reading and maybe (I hope!) you can take away something from this. Before I start, I just want to add that I can’t believe it’s been almost two decades since I was born. I feel like just a couple months ago I started grade 9 and now 4 years later I’m about to start university. Where did…

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Maintaining a long distance friendship is extremely hard, no matter if you’re only a 2 hour drive or an entire atlantic ocean apart. But there are so many small things you can do, thanks to our new technology, that’ll help you keep in touch from a distance and avoid future awkward encounters with your “best friend”. Here are some things that I do to connect with my best friends living on the other side of the world: 1. TEXT EACH OTHER CONSTANTLY Ok, “constantly” is overdoing it a bit but I mean texting…

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