Do you like my backpack? Click to see what I keep inside.

Do you like my backpack? Click to see what I keep inside.

Click through for a quick post on my workspace.

Click through for a quick post on my workspace.

Click through for my blog post: Sherpa & Ikat

Click through for my blog post: Sherpa & Ikat

Click through for a post on leggings as pants and lazy shoes for people who have no time to lace shit up. 

Click through for a post on leggings as pants and lazy shoes for people who have no time to lace shit up. 

This is what I wear to read history books - neither on a Macbook nor an iPad - in a coffee shop. 

This is what I wear to read history books - neither on a Macbook nor an iPad - in a coffee shop. 

They’re not Isabel Marant, but they will do.

They’re not Isabel Marant, but they will do.

Nothing can come between

Recent events have made me come to realize that my friends are graduating and there’s a great possibility that almost all of them are moving to Toronto, Vancouver, or Calgary. My best friend, in particular, got the job interview of his dreams and I couldn’t be more proud of him.I don’t know. I’d love to move out of Halifax eventually but I don’t even know if I can graduate yet, or if I want to graduate. The thing is, once I do graduate, what am I supposed to do? I’m in my fourth year of university and I’m still more confused than ever. Part of me, blames my department and the other part blames myself for being torn between what I dream of doing and what’s practical. I suppose school is my safe haven from making adult decisions like what kind of career I want to commit to or how much I’m willing to spend for rent. Moving out and moving on will become inevitable; I just have to start preparing my mind for it.