Previously on “Moving Countries was the Most Challenging Thing I’ve Ever Done Part 1”: Then, when you finally land, you walk out into this foreign land and walk into the arms of your favourite big sister and dad. I loved seeing them after being apart for so long, but that was one of the few… Continue reading Moving Countries was the Most Challenging Thing I’ve Ever Done Part 2
South African had been my home for 19 years. I was born and raised in a small valley constantly surrounded by similar faces and the same small town drama, a lifestyle that my anxious-self enjoyed. Ever since my sister moved to join my father in America, it was expected that after high school I would… Continue reading Moving Countries Was the Most Challenging Thing I’ve Ever Done – Part 1
You hear about natural disasters occurring across the world on the news all the time but to actually witness one is a different thing entirely. It changes your perspective about your possessions when you have to consider what handful of things you would take if you had to evacuate your house and leave everything else… Continue reading Life after Harvey
So here I am, embarking on an adventure with myself, pushing myself to remember to live...