I decided to move to Korea. It was sort of sudden, and sort of not. Maybe I've known for a while and didn't believe it. But I'm definitely here. Got to see the cherry blossoms bloom. Cherry blossoms (벚꽃) are such a testament to impermanence. So while I'm glad I saw them, I ached until … Continue reading Moving East…
Day two of our Frontenac adventure! My sister and I woke up to the realization that a solar run cabin doesn't function as flawlessly without the sun, but we were not deterred! I think aside from the first day to charge up the power, this was the only time we actually used the generator! We … Continue reading Winter Off-Grid Cabin Adventures – Day 2
Hello hello! Last week my sister and I took a trip to an off-grid cabin for the week just north of Kingston, and I decided to film it to be able to look back on our time and find a new way to creatively express myself! I learned a lot through filming, and we … Continue reading Winter Off-Grid Cabin Adventures – Day 1
This has been a really good week for starting new projects and checking things off my to-do-in-life list! So here's some fun things I got up to! Finishing TV Shows & Starting New Ones I've been binge-watching a show called Busted! on Netflix (check out the trailer here) about a rag-tag group of detectives who … Continue reading Five Things Friday: July 7-13, 2018
Often times I find myself with a lot of destinations in mind, but often not a lot of specific planning. Unfortunately this meant that I would get to a destination and not really know what to do which led to a lot of stress, guilt, and sometimes unenjoyable travel. I was too broad with my … Continue reading Tips: Planning Your Travel
Since I decided to re-do my blog, a lot of you may not know where this all began and who exactly my beloved Jolene is. Well, she's my van. My lovely, beautiful, baddass babe. During the summer of 2017, and this coming summer 2018 I have been driving across Canada and exploring art, people, nature, … Continue reading A Quick Introduction: Jolene
I don't set New Years goals, except for one every year which is: I won't buy a Louis Vuitton. That way if you succeed, you've succeeded, but if you fail, you've still won. And there's a prize at the end. So the point of all this is that I'm twenty-five. I guess. I suppose. I think that's … Continue reading Twenty-Five.
Growing up in Canada, most people think we're all bilingual in both French and English, but the only officially bilingual province is New Brunswick (and the accent is Acadian, it is beyond amazing to listen to, even the weather is interesting)! So my French is limited to the generalized (read: terrible) French-education that public schools afford … Continue reading Learning Languages: Italian