I honestly care much more about democracy itself than I do about politics.
Continuing on from Mid-May to Mid-July, I revisit my past two months of this new world I am living in. Despite the many negatives, it’s good to remember the best parts and keep moving forward.
It’s not all sunshine and rainbows, and that’s okay too.
Another month of photos! I have enjoyed documenting the enjoyable parts of my life during this pandemic, awaiting a return to normal.
I’ve been laid off for an entire month at this point of the pandemic. Here’s a photo update on the things I have been up to!
Trying not to be selfish is hard, even in the most innocent of times. I realized that I was being selfish this morning and stopped myself.
I have a few ideas on how to connect with people in the new year. If this interests you, please read this! It involves you!
Christmas often becomes a time of avoidance, but it doesn’t have to be. Sometimes it helps to put things into perspective.
This Federal Election, I worked for Elections Canada as a Central Poll Supervisor, and it was one of the best days of my life.
Everyone struggles with self-doubt. It’s important to listen for the answers. When I lost myself this week, I really didn’t know what to do.