What does home mean to you? For most of us, the word itself is reminiscent and elegant. Home is where we bask in comfort and a greater sense of security and understanding. In our lowest moments, it is the thought of home that we turn to for solace. Though for some of us, like myself, home is not just a single place. For whatever reason, … Continue reading Summer. Home.
I have now lived twelve thousand kilometres from home for over 8 months now, alone, but the people and hobbies I have found here have made me feel closer to home than I could have ever imagined. I could not have pictured when I wrote the blog post High School to University that I would so quickly, and so happily settle in to this city … Continue reading A Year Of University, As An International Student
It was a sweltering day, the hottest on record in a long time (or so I was told by distraught locals). There I was, a city boy in a concrete jungle on the opposite side of the world. My polo shirt stuck to my torso as I lugged my suitcases across the sidewalk and into the estate, a towering five-story edifice that sported an endearing … Continue reading College: The Time Of Your Life?
I’m sure every single high school senior that is reading this right now has spent some time in the recent past pondering and feeling nostalgic about the years of schooling, times spent with their friends, the jokes about teachers and literally the whole deal that came with the baggage of being a student. I know this because right now, I’m in that situation. It’s an … Continue reading High School to University