I still remember my back-to-school jitters like it was yesterday. The Big Day was preceded by a lengthy and chaotic shopping trip at Staples. I begged my mother for colourful gel pens and quirky notebooks, my older sister threatened to fail her school year if she didn’t have the pencil case of her choosing and my little sister bypassed negoti..
The Holidays are a time for celebrating with loved ones, sharing with the less fortunate and reflecting on the New Year ahead. Little else compares to the excitement of Christmas mornings: children ripping off colourful paper and discovering toys they’ve yearned for, seeing your loved ones’ faces light up when they unwrap a gift you have carefull..
It’s an all too familiar story in this age of blogging and vlogging — the restless millennial who decides he wants to see more of the world than the dismal view afforded from his cubicle. He first quits his “corporate job” then sells off his worldly possessions. After a few months on the road he becomes an authority of sorts — a travel blogger —..