On Justin Trudeau’s+ official state visit to the United States on February 13th, Justin Trudeau brought Donald Trump a photograph of the President and the late Pierre Trudeau, a charismatic Prime Minister in the 1970s. Mr. Trudeau’s gentle stroking of Trump’s ego seemed to help the President to decide Canada has little to fear from Mr. Trump’s…… Continue reading TRUMP AND TRUDEAU NAFTAING OUT
Teaching the importance of the environment to special needs children can prove to be challenging. There have been many times when I have seen Niam, my younger brother with Autism, leaving the lights on or running the water tap while brushing his teeth. Oftentimes, I have to remind him to do the actions which we…… Continue reading WHY I MADE THE ENVIRONMENTAL MEGA WORKBOOK?
I’d always like working with kids and wanted to try teaching. In Grade 9, I decided to sign up to be a Peer Tutor to a grade 5 student, once a week for an 1.5 hrs. I tutored my tutee in social studies, history and essay writing. Being a teacher taught me about public speaking,…… Continue reading
We just finished a long tour of Hanoi and we were walking in the Old Quarter. Our tour guide was taking us around the area and we stopped at Minh Chay Hanoi. And I have to say the food was excellent. It was all vegetarian, which made it a plus. Please vegetarians check out…… Continue reading Minh Chay Hanoi
1st night in Hanoi after a long way back from our Halong Bay Cruise. We found this nice Italian place near our hotel for my birthday and it was excellent. (Check out my Tripadvisor Review here) I was shocked when they made the cheese fresh I was even more shocked that the pasta (all of…… Continue reading Linguini Fini
This April is Autism Awareness Month. I will be hosting a bake sale at our school to raise money for autism awareness. The money raised will be funded towards creating a visual comic book style cookbook of yummy deserts for kids and youth with autism and developmental disabilities. Recipes include; Jumbo Chocolate Cookies, brownies and…… Continue reading Autism Awareness 2015 Bake Sale
Here are some awesome ways of being green. 1. Stop using plastic. Seriously… just don’t. 2. Don’t take a bath-instead take a shower which uses less water. And I guarantee it will feel as soothing 3. Tell your friends. Start a trend. Come on, I’m tired of the same trends, bring something else. 4. Pick up…… Continue reading 5 ways to Be green