“Doing it today so I won’t regret it tomorrow” – this is what the tagline of my blog has been since I started it over 2 years ago. The thought behind this statement was “I better travel now because one day I’ll settle down and my chance will have passed”.
However, a lot has changed in my life during the past 2 years, and now that I reflect back on it, I think it is time to revise this statement.
Take chances today to create opportunities for tomorrow.
Remember that you have nothing to lose and everything to gain by taking chances. Whether that be traveling to broaden your horizons; moving to start a new life; or working for free so you can get paid tomorrow.
I had always intended to write a one-year-anniversary post, but the day (March 6) has come and gone and still I haven’t posted anything! Shame on me! It’s been ONE YEAR since I booked my flight to Dublin, Ireland. When … Continue reading →
Hi all!! I have been suffering from some serious writer’s block as of late. Actually, I’ve been suffering since I left Europe. While in Europe, a typical day involved discovering a new food, a new restaurant, a new street, and … Continue reading →
Hello fellow travelers! I’m not traveling myself, but my good friend Sherry (who I have mentioned a million times), was just on a short 3 week trip to Europe. She wrote this beautiful post about the kindness of strangers that … Continue reading →
My intention was to walk a few blocks to stretch my legs, but it was bright out (yay Spring!), the weather was nice, and I could literally feel a weight being lifted off my shoulders; so, I decided to continue walking.
I then realized that it had been so long since I had just taken a walk without a purpose, so long since I had enjoyed a solitary moment with myself.
You see, during my solo trip through Europe I walked a lot by myself. When people ask me about my trip, I talk about the sites, the museums and the wonderful people, but I never talk about my walks. This is because my walks were the most intimate moments I shared with myself during my trip, moments I shared with no one else.
I remember walking the streets of Dublin, Paris, Madrid, Seville, Cadiz…
Hey followers! In case you’re wondering what I’ve been up to, head over to Tay at Home and take a read! Or, just look above! Yeah, I’ve scored myself an Intern position at an Ad Agency in Toronto! SUPER EXCITING! … Continue reading →
Hi everyone! Head over to Tay at Home, because I am finally back on track in the blogosphere. Also, check out a post I wrote over seven months ago: Home is wherever I am with… It’s an interesting post because … Continue reading →
If you’ve been reading my other blog, Tay at Home you would know that I have been suffering from the post-travel blues.
While training from Ottawa to Toronto this afternoon, I decided to spend my time reading some of my favourite travel blogs. I just happened to stumble upon a few good stories/articles about my little predicament.
So, in case you are also suffering from the same feeling, take a read!
For all the non-travelers out there: Yes, we know our life is awesome. Yes, we know that we’re lucky. But, for those of us who come home after an extended trip, we know the difficulties associated with that. It’s all the same…but different.