I recently made a batch of cold-brew coffee in an old 40oz of Olde English. It was a fine moment for my ingenuity - usually I just buy whatever I'm too lazy to make myself. But also, it made me realize how I'm poor but only really because I'm bad with money. Like, why would … Continue reading Cold-brew coffee, student style
For anyone interested, my article can be found here : http://www.queensjournal.ca/story/2017-09-28/lifestyle/dealing-with-loss-of-my-dad/
It's weird when people mention my blog to me in real life. I was motivated to start a blog for God know's what reason and now that people, my friends that I pester mainly, actually read my blog I've started to think about answers to their questions. When I recently watched Chimimanda Ngozi Adichie talking … Continue reading Blogging IRL
I was talking to my friend at work the other day about lifestyle. She works in the paper's lifestyle section so it's no wonder we talked about it like writers - in the abstract. Her job is essentially to create fun articles that are informative and helpful but also more transporting than the run-of-the-mill news … Continue reading Lifestyle
It's something so intrinsic to my being. I am a writer - few people understand how important and monumental of a thing that is for me, for my life and my worldview.
Second City Toronto is a wonderful place. I've an affinity beyond just the typical comedy fan for a very good reason: my time as a member of the comedy cohort there. Well it was just a camp for a week, but I did tell some jokes on a tiny side stage that got some laughs. … Continue reading Second City: Silly and Serious
So, another summer has passed. I have come to appreciate seasons more and more as I get older. I'm not saying I am old but rather I have more freedom and so there's something unstoppably refreshing about change. Change means action, it means getting a grip on yourself. It's very easy, especially while still living … Continue reading Summer and School: Nothing in Particular