Photography equipment (Recommendations)

Capturing moments and preserving memories is one of my favourite past times. Did you know that the majority of our memories are actually based upon photographic evidence? However in Julia Shaw’s book ‘The memory illusion’, she explores the idea that a lot of these memories can actually be considered as false memories. Despite this contrasting […]

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4 Things to do in: Toronto (on a budget)

I was super nervous to be flying on my own, so naturally, when I landed in Toronto, It completely slipped my mind to let the immigration officer know that I needed to activate my IEC visa. This is basically a document that allows you to work and live in Canada for up to 2 years. […]

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CBT & me

In honour of National Suicide prevention week, I’ve decided to dedicate this week’s blog post to my battle with mental health issues, and a review of the treatment I am currently receiving to help overcome this. I’ve always known I was different, too quiet, too weird, too emotional… I just never really took the time […]

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4 lessons to gain from Internships

The annoying cycle of applying for grad jobs and either not hearing back, or hearing back only to be told that you don’t have the necessary experience to be considered for the role. I’m sorry, but how else are you going to gain that experience if employers are not willing to give you that opportunity? […]

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The Incredibles 2

90’s babies, It’s been a long wait. It is common knowledge amongst everyone who knows me that I live for superhero movies (from the marvel universe of course). Now, I would like to think that my obsession with superheroes, all started off with the first Incredibles movie, which was released when I was 8 years […]

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