Category Archives: Everything else

Favourite Fitness Influencers + how to Become an Influencer

17th September 2021

Wellness and fitness influencers have been popping all over the internet in the last few years. They’re promoting a healthy lifestyle, sharing healthy recipes and exercise tips, and making you want to jump off of your sofa and out of your pajama bottoms and get in the best shape of your life. So you’ve decided: that’s it, you want to know how to become an influencer too. Because let’s face it: it’s a pretty sweet gig! Between sponsored products to review and invitations to fancy events, working as a wellness blogger is fun in so many ways.

4 Fun Activities To Do With Your Partner

13th September 2021

When we think about the word “date”, we often imagine a scenario with dinner and a movie (and maybe some wine). But, what if you want to mix things up? Here are four ideas for date night that may be more fun than sitting across from each other at a restaurant, or sitting next to each other on the couch watching TV.

paintball

Things You Probably Didn’t Know You Need To Do In The Winter

11th September 2021

to do list

As the weather starts to cool down, people start pulling their scarves, boots, thick coats, hats, and gloves out of storage. However, there are some things that might not have occurred to you when going through your usual winter-getup routine. Take steps to assure that you are protected against the cold weather so that you can enjoy the holidays ahead.

Youth Mobility Visa Germany: My Experience

25th February 2018

When I decided to move from Asia to Europe, I didn’t know where I would base myself. Most Working Holiday Visa (also called Youth Mobility Visa) for Canadians end at 30 years old, but a few European countries offer them for people aged up to 35. Upon doing some research, I found that my options were the Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway, Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland or Ukraine. I was pretty amazed when I realised the working holiday visa possibilities! I picked the Youth Mobility Visa Germany program based on the number of people who had told me how much I would love Berlin and how easy it would be to find employment as a non-native German speaker. Want to test the water and visit Berlin first? Here’s how to spend 2 days in Berlin!