Dear Readers, I always loves seeing so many posts on Instagram and Facebook with young and old women talking about female recognition, independence, intelligence and feminism on March 8th every year for International Women's Day. International Women's Day is about celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women and continuing to forward gender equality. This… Continue reading Happy International Women’s Day!
Dear Readers, January was a great start of the year for me, mainly because I started my first full-time job!!!!!!! After four summers working as a summer student and this past fall working part-time at the front desk I have started a full-time position as a senior public programmer at the New Brunswick Museum. Now,… Continue reading Status: Employed Full-Time
Dear Readers, WELL I was two thirds successful on my November reading list as I managed to read 2 out of the 3 books I talked about. I managed to read The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society by Mary Anne Shaffer which I loved. I finished reading it on my flight to Toronto and I… Continue reading What I am Reading: January Books
Dear Readers, I hope everybody had a wonderful New Years Eve, I know I did! My favourite part about my entire Christmas break was having so many of my friends home for the holiday. Since I graduated from high school (back in 2013) my friends have moved across the country, from Newfoundland to British Columbia… Continue reading New Years Eve
Dear Readers, Well, this past year was definitely one for the books. I travelled to six countries, saw my three favourite bands in concert, lived in London and Glasgow, worked for two world renowned museums, wrote a Masters thesis, graduated from my Masters, and ended the year by signing a contract for my first full-time… Continue reading Farewell Twenty Eighteen
Dear Readers, First of all, MERRY CHRISTMAS I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas day. I for one had a lovely Christmas. My favourite part about the Christmas holiday is spending time with my family and friends. Most of my family was home for the holiday so it was so nice to see my… Continue reading The Christmas Holiday
Dear Readers, I was so fortunate to return to Glasgow this past week! It was not just a regular visit of course, it was for my Masters Graduation. On Tuesday morning I graduated with my Masters in Letters Art History: Dress & Textiles degree from the University of Glasgow. I must admit, I was extremely… Continue reading The University of Glasgow Graduation