Travel

Vancouver

Let me first begin by saying how lucky I feel to have started a new chapter of my life. The last few weeks have been filled with pure excitement as I settle into a completely new routine from being in a new city, starting a new job to connecting with old friends and meeting new ones!

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It’s amazing how a fairly unfamiliar place can already feel like home. I mean in a place surrounded by mountains, the ocean, amazing yoga teachers and delicious vegetarian restaurants..  how could it not? For those of you who know me well I’ve always had an itch to move back out here after spending some time in Whistler after graduating. Although I looked into making the move quite a few times through out the years, it never fully worked out until now.
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Timing is truly everything. All the experiences I’ve had up until this point have really shaped who I am. From the various schooling programs I pursued, the many jobs that I worked, to the places that I lived and the people I met along the way. I’ve hit a point in my life where things are finally making sense and I’m really excited to see what future adventures await.
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As I sit here on the ferry to Nanaimo to visit my cousin Dani and her family, I wanted to share with you all what I’ve been busy reflecting and preparing for with The Spoonful of Honey. I’m truly so grateful for all the positive response that I’ve been given since starting the blog, about a year and a half ago. The hope for this year is that I will continue to post new and exciting recipes every week or two and will also start writing more about different restaurants and yoga classes and hiking trails I explore along the beautiful west coast.rock
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