Just a snippet of what my travels were like – in photos and video clips – to Thailand and Vietnam back in April 2017. I visited and met new family and friends, tried delicious food, and even dropped some wisdom (ish) somewhere in Chinatown, Bangkok. Hopefully a future post will detail some of my reflections! […]Read more "My Travels to 🇻🇳 & 🇹🇭"
So one of my biggest stressors in my life, besides the current state of global affairs that is *cougheverythingtrumprelatedcough*, is thesis research. I mean, we’re going to be in a committed two year relationship whether either of us like it not. It’s a huge undertaking with many variables to consider. From deciding what your topic and […]Read more "Stressed Spelled Backwards Is Desserts 🍰🍪🍫"
Some wise friends of mine, as well as what I’ve learned through my cultural anthropology courses, have told me to listen and observe my surroundings first and foremost. This simple task of taking a moment to take a new setting in, to be aware of all of my senses, even when things don’t quite make sense […]Read more "(Re)claiming Spaces"
One of my favourite blogs to visit is that of Eva Stones, “Adventures in a tuk-tuk” in which she highlights what living life in Sri Lanka is like as an expat. It was one of my first sources of insights when I was first preparing for my co-op and I still find myself perusing her […]Read more "Yay, Yala!"
I recently came across Lauren Toyota’s YouTube channel(s), and in particular, her “what I ate in a day – vegan” videos, which I’m kind of obsessed with at the moment. I’m not vegan, but there’s something so entertaining about her videos. You may recognize her as a former VJ on MuchMusic back in the day. On […]Read more "Research?!"
When Caroline (housemate) and I went on a mini home shopping spree – we were in need of some cooking utensils and snacks – I came across a mug with Sinhala font (aka this post’s featured photo). On the other side, it said “sister.” There were other options like “daughter,” but I liked the sister […]Read more "අක්කා (Akka) means big sister"
Hey everyone, here’s another photo round-up of what’s been happening day-to-day. This past week I went to a work-related business meeting (yay for leaving the office!), visited friends in Hambantota for Thanksgiving dinner, and was pleasantly surprised (read on to find out what/why!). Speaking of which, sending a very special Happy Canadian Thanksgiving to those […]Read more "Hanging out in Hambantota"