Traveling and Fitness (QUIZ)

Traveling and fitness are not two words that usually go together. When you think of traveling, you probably think of relaxing, indulging in unhealthy food and drinks, and avoiding the gym at all cost. However, there are many reasons to think about fitness while you’re traveling. First, if you are health-conscious while traveling, you’ll avoid […]

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Guide to Boston Airport (BOS): What to Do, Eat & Drink

Easily navigating through an airport is as challenging as traveling around a new city without experience or guide.  Should I take a nap at SFO’s Terminal 2? How long will it take to SeaTac for Beecher’s Mac & cheese? And many more questions may hit your mind with confusion. Relax! Just follow our serious and […]

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Pre-Trip Reading & Travel Plans for India

At the age of 15, I desperately wanted to attend a party at a friend’s place. Quebec high school runs from Grades 7 to 11, and the event was set to host not only us measly Grade 8 students, but also the older grades in school. My mother was kind enough to say I could […]

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Fishing for Socks in Lisbon

It all started, as many mistakes do, with one too many glasses of wine. I found a tiny little cafe near my apartment that served very cheap glasses of Setúbal moscatel as well as a delicious plate of baked cheese with oregano. They had no problem with me bringing friends to meet me for a […]

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Thrillable Hours: Jonathan Morse, Artist

What made you decide to move away from pure private practice into practicing law with room for art creation? Was there a particular moment that catalyzed the decision for you? I’m coming at this from a different perspective, as someone who obtained an MFA in Photography prior to law school and once starting to practice […]

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Where to Find the Best Vietnamese Food in Ottawa

When I return to North America in the summer months to visit friends and family, they ask me what foods I missed while I was away. “Did you want me to buy something particular?” my mum emails me before my arrival. “Was there anything you missed?” With the exception of cheese curds, sharp cheddar cheese, grapes, and […]

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Autumn Plans

After I fell down the stairs and fractured a rib, I spent the summer in Ottawa with my brother (eating a lot of soup) and then the month of September with my parents, split between the Eastern Townships and Montreal. My body healed more slowly than I thought, but the subsequent cognitive troubles were what […]

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