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Tips and Tools for the New Canadian Immigrant

It can be scary moving to a whole new place. You need to find a new place to live, a job and more. All the while, you don’t have the same network that you did back home and may not even speak the language fluently, making things even harder. 731 more words

Playing Golf With New Friends

On Thursday I was fortunate to play golf with my new friends Dan and Michael. I caught them on the third tee and they offered me to go through or to join them. 288 more words


Full Off Humble Pie

Today was my first day experiencing a Saturday in this “new lifestyle” and in the “new” town, which is really just the “naturey” side of the same town I’ve been in. 305 more words


Only a Phone Call Away…

About a year and 11 months ago, I landed in Edinburgh sleep-deprived after a flight filled with crying babies and a trying time in Heathrow. Meeting new friends on the flight from London to Edinburgh and seeing Highland Coo and sheep from the sky entering Scotland, it didn’t really register that I had made a huge life change until I traveled up to the top of the Royal Mile only to walk down a steep staircase in the side of a close to walk halfway up The Mound, and up five flights of spiral stairs to open the door to what looked slightly smaller than Dudley’s second bedroom. 729 more words


How To: Start A Revolution

Guys – here’s what you do. You just meet a dude at a bar who has an Idea Blog, and then you just come up with brilliant ideas. 15 more words

Being Crazy

Each Day Prepares Presents, but We Must Show Up!

“You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose.” Dr. Suess

About ten years ago while spending a week in the San Juan Del Sur Nicaragua area, I met a perpetually-cheerful university student who became an instant friend.   506 more words




/ˌsɛr ənˈdɪp ɪ ti/



  1. an aptitude for making desirable discoveries by accident.

  2. good fortune; luck:

    the serendipity of getting the first job she applied for.

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