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 […]
As part of my Master’s degree, the expectation of the degree is I get a cooperative education (Internship or work placement as many people know it as). This gives students the chance to put into practise all they have learnt in the classroom in a real work environment. There is usually tonnes of opportunities […]
Being a Nigerian girl living in Lagos, you hear stories of how unsafe it is to go out and your parents do their best to protect you from all the harms of the world. In doing that, they do not allow you to experience the beauty of life and just simply living. On moving […]
Skiing is not an activity I envisioned seeing myself doing a year ago. I went on a day trip to Ski Wentworth in Nova Scotia, which is about 1 hour 30 minutes away from Halifax. I had a faint idea of what skiing was about, but I did not put too much thought on […]
The common thing we all know about Canada is its extreme weather and beautiful sunset. Since moving to Canada I have noticed a lot of random things and I thought I should share the best 10 that you will probably not hear about Canada in the news. I hope you enjoy the list I […]
I have my third guest feature with the woman behind the black immigrant girl blog. To catch up on previous guest features, click here. She is one of the many people who inspired me to start my blog. She shares her journey and thoughts so far in settling into Canada. TELL US ABOUT YOURSELF […]
I am starting a series on my blog called fuel your hustle as everyone is looking for ways to have more than one source of income. I chose Desserts Palace to be our first guest because wherever you find yourself in the world food is important. If you missed out on my first guest feature […]
Living in Halifax has been a mind-blowing experience as it is the complete opposite of my experience in England (Nigeria 2.0). One of the many things that have made it completely different is meeting people from different parts of the world. As an international student, it can get scary making friends in a new country. […]