Friends: The Old & New

No one tells you the older you get the harder it is to make new friends. Potentially, its impossible to find real friends in your late 20ies – early 30ies. You might make an acquaintance but would they really last? As I gradually moved countries throughout my life: at 14 from Poland to Ireland; at…

West Georgia Street

When we first arrived to Vancouver back in January we took about one week “off”. Basically we took the time to get to know the city, our surroundings and get to sight-see the city as much as we could in the snow & minus temperatures. Before you arrive to Canada on an IEC Visa (to…

Hustle in Yvr

It is absolutely mental to think when I wrote my last post that things would have changed so quickly and life as we know it will never be the same. I have no intentions of discussing Coronavirus because God knows there’s too much of that elsewhere and I’d love for this space to be virus…

Bachelor

We are standing in the hallway of our new building with 5 suitcases, 2 backpacks and a handbag in tow waiting for the current tenant to leave the apartment. He’s scrambling around trying to grab his last things, throwing stuff into bin bags as they’ve ran out of boxes and his wife is holding a…

Sleepless in Vancouver

Did You ever have a sleepless night? I’ve been having one of those for the last 4 nights. It’s finally February 1st and we are getting packed up and ready to move into our “new” apartment. We are no longer homeless! This comes after weeks in a dirty, dog hair filled sublet and four nights…

Living Out of a Suitcase

Firstly, I want to thank everyone who took the time to read my last post. It seems like the real, straight forward personal writing has a lot of following and its the most read post of all of my “blogging career” to date. So thank you for taking the time to read it & supporting…