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Do you struggle to balance work and social? Are you trying to find time for a hobby? Maybe planning will help you organize your time more efficiently and help you balance the important things in life.
Military History is a huge part of my life. It wouldn’t be possible without the amazing actions taken by soldiers throughout the 20th and 21st century, and this year I would like to share with you my favourite/iconic poetry that has come out of conflict. *** In Flanders Fields BY JOHN MCCRAE In Flanders fields theContinue reading “Remembrance”
hockey season is back.
HOCKEY SEASON IS BACK
Pigeons are great. I can’t convince people in conversation, but I can maybe convince people in a blog post.
And so the saga continues. After being introduced to various aspects of coffee in Europe, see back to my Café and the Continent Post, I thought it may be good to share my thoughts on the Canada Coffee culture as its certainly…. different. *** Normal Canadian Things I Find Weird #3 Canadian Coffee Culture Ordering CoffeeContinue reading “Normal Canadian Things I Find Weird #3”
Seriously been struggling with a writing block currently so forgive the ranty quality of the post! ***** It’s now approaching the 6 months of living in Ottawa and I’ve started to get used to the vocabulary and the way things go but there are still things that continuously catch me off guard. I was initiallyContinue reading “Normal Canadian Things I Find Weird #1”
It’s a common theme, my adventurous trips to get away from it all. Yet, I can not stress the importance of taking a step back from my intense work life. Enjoy the world and life we are given. As the last couple of months has been a series of heavy deadlines mixed with a series ofContinue reading “Portmeirion Day Trip”
Winter days are always better with a good hot beverage. This goes across the world I am sure. Just a skip over the channel, the French do coffee properly. So here is my post on Café Culture and the Continent. More Normandy Posts here! If you’re more comfortable at home with your tea, out andContinue reading “Café Culture and the Continent”
In the U.K. it has become a strange tradition to remember the 5th of November. As Brits, we are accustomed to the turnover of November with the smokey haze of bonfires, fireworks, and sparklers. Guy Fawkes Day, Bonfire night, or Firework night commemorates that time some disgruntled catholic joined a plot to blow up ParliamentContinue reading “Bonfire Night, Fire and Magic”
Getting back into the university routine means getting my study on, sitting in the library watching the rain out of the window, and of course, getting back into the sports training routine. As summer saw no activity leading to my Summertime Unfitness. My fantastic timetable is made up of 3 hours a week, this givesContinue reading “Summertime Unfitness”
Balancing Student Life and Sport is a fine art. University requires long hours of study and lectures. But you can’t be sititng around all day. It’s been a while since now since I was riding every week and seeing all these horse shows and posts from my friends with horses have me craving to getContinue reading “Student Life and Sport”