Even though I’ve lived in Europe for almost four years of my life already, about a year ago I decided I wanted to move back. There is so just so much to explore! I choose to move to France. A big deciding factor was the ease at which I could obtain a work visa for this lovely…… Continue reading Flying With A Dog: My Experience Travelling from Canada to France
I’ve been to this tiny town in Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula twice now. This laid-back, mystical town attracts millions of tourists a year (no joke: according to Wikipedia, 2.2 million people visited Tulum in 2017)! Many are attracted to Tulum because of its ancient Mayan ruins along the stunning Caribbean Sea. Theses mysterious, highly-visited ruins were once…… Continue reading Tulum Guidebook: Where to Eat, What to Do and Where to Stay in Tulum, Mexico
With white sandy beaches, crystal clear sea water, and a relaxed Caribbean vibe, Mexico’s Isla Mujeres— literally “Women Island”— attracts many tourists. I’ve travelled to Isla Mujeres twice now, and I’d definitely come back again. The special Island is just a short ferry ride away (about half an hour) from Cancun. Some visitors do a…… Continue reading Isla Mujeres Guidebook: Where to Stay, Where to Eat and the Top Experiences
I’m so excited that I’ll be headed to France in October. I know many others have a dream of living there or going abroad. As Canadians, we can stay up to 90 days in any 180-day period in the Schengen zone. I wanted to get a visa so I didn’t have to worry about leaving…… Continue reading How To Get A French (Or Any) Visa
I’ve been wanting to go back to Europe for quite some time now. So, a few weeks ago, I submitted an application for a long-stay visa in France. Then I booked an appointment with a company called VSF Global here in Toronto for July 19th. If all goes well, and my renewed passport arrives in…… Continue reading A Journey To France
As an experimental baker, I bought a large bag of green pea flour months back from the amazing K2 Milling in Beeton, Ontario. The flour is made by grinding whole green peas, the seeds of Pisum sativum, which split peas also come from. Baking with pea flours and legumes is all the rage these days—I also…… Continue reading Baking With Green Pea Flour: Yay or Nay?
Yum …. how I love these delightful creations for breakfast! They’re easy to make and last for a while in the fridge. You’re basically baking oatmeal in a muffin tin! You can skip the cardomom and use any kind of jam … just like life, the possibilities are ENDLESS!! Ingredients: 3 cups organic oats 1/2…… Continue reading Recipe: Cardamom Fig Oat Muffins