today i’m guest posting over on traveling triplets! i’ve been following kylie, lisa, and megan’s blog for months now and it is one of my favourite blogs to read about adventures around the world. it’s such an honour to be posting on their blog today!
check out my post here!
someone recently compiled a video of russell brand’s philosophical moments. it was the 7:30 mark that really got me. what he preaches sounds somewhat radical, but dang is he captivating, charismatic, and spot on. connectedness and love and tolerance, those are the values in life that should be of the utmost importance.
this video also makes me amazingly curious about his marriage to katy perry.
preach it, russell.
what reader do you use to follow blogs? up until this fall, i had all of my blogs stored in my favourites bar. i’m a daily blog reader and taking the time to visit each and every blog to check for updates was becoming too time consuming. i’ve tried out a few blog readers, but bloglovin’ has been my favourite by far. setting it up only took a few minutes and my blogs are now sorted, organized, and located in one convenient place.
take a minute and follow me here! :)
P.S. here are some of my favourite blogs to follow on bloglovin’… Love Taza, Hey, Natalie Jean, Travelling Triplets, Top With Cinnamon, Averie Cooks, Brittany Wood, and Something Devine!
this is the craziest time of the year. i have a terrible habit of starting new tv series (last week vampire diaries, this week house of lies) right before my workload becomes insane. procrastination at it’s finest! on the plus side, next week is my final week of classes before the exam period and the holidays. i can’t wait to have three weeks all to myself! there’ll be loads of time to cook and bake and craft. exciting, right? :)
here are some things from around the web…
5 no-fail tips for surviving jet lag from Apartment Therapy – handy for those who are travelling over the holidays.
this hilarious viral ad posted on kijii.
carry on essentials from cupcakes and cashmere.
can’t wait to make these peanut butter cookies once i finish my papers!
having every friday off is the best! i love having the ability to make my own schedule every semester – something i’ll miss quite a bit when i graduate. there’s only a few weeks left in the semester and before i know it, april will be here. there’s been a lot of chatter about post-graduate plans in the apartment and i feel pretty good about what i want to do when this is all over.
on another note, does anyone know anything about teaching english abroad? i’m working on my TESOL, TEFL, and one more certification right now. i’m looking for a reputable program that has good benefits, preferably in asia, south america, or europe…so almost anywhere! if you do, send me an email or comment below!
happy weekend :)
PS. 27 problems only introverts will understand – this is 100% totally me. darn it, i just like my personal space!