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Why You Should Add Some Freedom To Your Goals
What if you added a component of freedom to your most important life or business goal? Freedom to be...
Bicyles For Business
Liberty Training Academy boosts young entrepreneurs in developing countries with business training and new wheels. With every course bundle...
Do NOT Quit Your Job And Travel The World
Have you ever heard anyone say quit your job to go travel the world? I’m here to tell you...
All You Need Is Love

All You Need Is Love

Travel December 24, 2018

After the Second World War, many people wanted to start a new life on the other side of the ocean. The war had destroyed much of the European economy, and instead of waiting years for it to recover people opted to move abroad. Canada, Australia and the United States... Read more
Why I Feel Like The Luckiest Guy In The Sky
After traveling over a large portion of the world well before the age of thirty the travel bug really got to me. It caught me by surprise, as traveling wasn’t something I was used to while growing up. I don’t think I crossed any borders as a child. My... Read more
Thanksgiving: The Art Of Showing Gratitude To Achieve Your Success
Gratitude. A feeling of thankfulness and appreciation. Today we celebrate Thanksgiving in Canada, about a month ahead of the US. I like to think of Canadian Thanksgiving as a reminder. A reminder to develop your attitude of gratitude. The act of showing gratitude is a skill you can learn.... Read more
Plan Your Summer Getaway Before Summer Goes Away
Don’t let summer pass you by without planning that trip you’ve always wanted to go on. It’s not too late yet – there’s still time left to make your mark and make this summer an unforgettable one. The main reason I wrote my travel book, was my desire to... Read more
My Favourite Canadian Movie: One Week
One Week is one of my favorite movies. In the movie, Ben Tyler, played by Canadian actor Joshua Jackson, has been diagnosed with cancer. Foregoing his required treatment, he instead decides to take a motorcycle trip from Toronto across Canada to Vancouver Island. (I took part of that inspiring... Read more
Why Canada’s 150th Birthday Party Failed
Toronto’s claim to the title of world’s most multicultural city is a tough one to argue with. 160 different languages are spoken in the city, and the celebration of diversity is a huge part of what life in Toronto, and Canada as a whole, is all about. Unlike most... Read more
Making Up The Balance After A Decade In Canada

Immigrating to a different country breaks something in you. Something that can never be repaired. Is it for better or worse? After living and working in Canada for a decade today it’s time to make up the balance.

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Tips to take better travel photographs
Full disclosure: I’m a professional fine art photographer, so I’m a bit opinionated when it comes to taking pictures, in particular travel photography. There are plenty of, sometimes useful, books already written that attempt to help you get the most out of your camera and take the best travel... Read more
Visiting Western Canada? Don’t Miss Off-The-Beaten-Path Kananaskis
Most visitors to Western Canada start their journey either in Vancouver or Calgary. Those starting in Calgary, typically head straight for Banff National Park. After sleeping off the jetlag in one of Calgary’s Airport hotels (see this post for some suggestions) it’s time to pick up the rental car... Read more
Reflections: Dealing with issues through traveling
No matter how many material possessions, circumstances, friends or family I left behind temporarily or permanently, I always ended up taking the one thing with me that I could not leave behind: myself. One travels more usefully when alone, because he reflects more. (Thomas Jefferson) When I need a... Read more