One year ago, I graduated my Undergrad at Ryerson University in the Fashion Communications program with a Bachelor of Design. This was a huge milestone for me, because I worked so hard to get into the program just four years before that, and I knew it was such a small chance of getting accepted. Here’s a reflection from where I stand now since then.
I recently went through a bit of a traumatic experience with an ex-roommate. I felt the need to write about it in order to get my thoughts in place and to get it off my chest. Sometimes we get knocked down by people, and it can be hard to find peace again, or it may take some time to heal. Either way, I've written here about my interpretation of the whole situation and how I got myself together again afterwards. I hope you enjoy!!
I get this question a lot, and most of the reason why is because for most of our lives growing up, we always have someone else to tell us what to do, when to do it, how to do it and when to do it by. Well, when you become a freelancer suddenly it's all up to you to figure out how you're gonna get more work, make more money, produce good work and spend your work days.
I just love how Toronto comes to life in the summer. Suddenly the waterfront is full of cyclists, runners, dogs, kids, and people who try to sell you stuff. But really, it's so great to live in such an active city where lots of people enjoy activities and fill up the lakeshore with their good energy.
You know that rushing feeling you sometimes get that almost feels like a panic attack when you suddenly realize you need to make a big change in your life or in the way you're doing some particular thing?