I’ve been working for six years now, and have used notepads/agendas religiously. Whether it’s taking notes for meetings, jotting down points for objectives, or writing out notes on strategy – 90% of the time it’s been with a physical pen and notepad. I dabbled with a Galaxy Tab S2 as a primary notetaking device but would use the built-in keyboard to take notes (there was no stylus support for that model). I got by, but my notes were very basic. Earlier this year, I picked up a 2018 Apple iPad and the Apple Pencil to replace my notepad indefinitely. What … Continue reading Switch from a notepad to an iPad?
A month ago, I stepped outside of my comfort zone and decided to travel to another continent alone. I’ve always wanted to do it, and admittedly made excuses not to make it a priority. Well, the cards I was dealt with changed and I finally decided to go. One of the places on my bucket list was London, England. Maybe it’s the music, the fashion, the movies, or the humour – I don’t quite know, but it’s somewhere I’ve wanted to go since high school. So, what did I learn? 1. The time zone difference will mess with you This … Continue reading 11 Things I learned Traveling Alone in London
Ahhhh, the day I’ve been dreading – my final day in London, England. Welp, I definitely spent it well by checking off a few items from my to-do list. I started the day off by visiting St. Paul’s Cathedral, honestly … Continue reading Day Five in London, England
One of my all time favourite days while abroad was my trip to Stonehenge and Bath. It’s organized by Premium Tours, and I booked it through Expedia. Honestly, it’s well worth the approximately $150 Canadian. The trip lasts all day, … Continue reading Day Four in London, England
Day three in London is a good mixture of day and night activities. I mean, my jet lag and stomach have finally sorted itself out, so I make the whole day worthwhile. I start the day off with a little … Continue reading Day Three in London, England
Day two and still feeling sleep deprived, I tried to muster the right type of energy to get the day started. One of the most interesting thing about adventuring into a new place is trying establishments that aren’t big chains, … Continue reading Day Two in London, England
London, England. Have you wanted to visit? I know I have – for a good chunk of my life, dating back to high school, I’ve always found the culture interesting. Maybe it’s their music? Their movies and tv shows? I … Continue reading Day One in London, England