“Travel changes you. As you move through this life and this world you change things slightly, you leave marks behind, however small. And in return, life — and travel — leaves marks on you.” – Anthony Bourdain. The assumption of living abroad by people you left behind in your home country is you are on […]
I was sitting in my business analytics class when the lecturer began explaining the importance of saving files when using business analytics tools. He went on to talk about the impact the California wildfire had on students at my University because all their files disappeared due to the servers located in California. Little did […]
One of the many things I have still not gotten quite used to in settling in Canada is navigating import duties when it comes to shopping online and shipping to Canada. A lot of brands I love such as Asos, Pretty little thing, Missguided will require you paying import duties before your parcel can […]
During the course of my internship, I have been a Digital marketer, Sales Person, IT Specialist, Web Designer, Event Coordinator, Content Creator, Client Specialist and the list could go on and on. With all that being said, here are the 10 things that summarize my internship experience
For anyone planning to travel abroad for studies or any other reason, if the course will be taught in English, but English is not the first language in that country, I will advise you go to a language school for at least 3 months.
Whether you are moving from your home country to Canada or already living in Canada, house hunting can be a nightmare. I look back on my experience in trying to find a place before arriving in Canada and it was not the easiest thing. I was really interested in renting a home as I […]
Victoria Park is a fee-free park that has all the best of nature all in one spot. Its facilities include swimming, hiking trails, waterfalls, Kinsmen playground and much more. The park has a beautiful garden landscape that creates opportunities to create your own activity such as cycling, hiking, sightseeing.
Whether you are crossing the Canada/US border or departing from your home country, the passport you hold determines your experience.
I hold a Nigerian passport but I have never had the chance to apply for a US visa in my home country. It can be nerve-racking for first-time applicants.
“You do what you can for as long as you can when you finally can’t, you do the next best thing. You back up but you don’t give up” – Chuck Yeager I write this post with the biggest grin on my face. It is only fair to share the good news of me […]