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We all know that I am a proud member of the 2SLGBTQIA+ community, and that I aim to create content that not only helps my community to be seen and accepted. In a world that can sometimes be a lot for those of you reading, I would be remiss if I didn’t mention that there’s an extra layer for those of us who are watching laws be passed and our existence be banned.
I am not here to preach ideology, but I always want to share safe destinations, experiences and memories because my fellow community deserves the joy that travel brings into our lives just as much as everyone else.
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I’m sitting at my laptop today looking through photos of travel experiences from around the world and realizing that my wandering spirit needs a new experience, and soon. I’ve loved exploring more of Canada over the last few years and recently I was introduced to several destinations that have become favourites, alongside a few experiences I can’t wait to book for the first time!
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My 2022 has certainly not been a dull one. With lots of changes, both personally and professionally, I found myself burnt out and running on empty proverbially more times than I would like to admit over the past six-ish months. Going into Pride Month feeling very much on my own and disappointed by many people, I knew that I had to be the one to change the direction things were going – and it’s why amid the busiest month of my calendar year as a content creator, I booked us a weekend away. My lesson I am sharing in all this? NEVER forget the importance of rest.
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By now you’ve probably heard Julio or I talking about our upcoming trip to the west coast for our wedding anniversary. This trip has become a tradition for us and one that I look forward to all year long. Whether it’s the distance from our day-to-day lives (and stress) or the energy that only the West coast is able to offer us, this helps us reset and refocus every time we visit. If you want to read about what we are up to in Vancouver this year, you can click here. But let’s talk about why we absolutely needed to get to Whistler this time around and why I can’t wait to see Julio’s face when he sees the mountains for the first time.
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