For those of you that don’t know me, I’m a Canadian gal who grew up on a farm on the shore of the Bay of Fundy in Nova Scotia – home of the world’s highest tides. If you don’t know it, Google it. It’ll potentially be more interesting than this blog. 😉
I’m a 28 year old living in Nottingham, England, working as an MRI Radiographer for a private healthcare company. I’ve moved here from Nova Scotia for many reasons, but the main one is to travel. In my first year here, I managed to visit 13 countries and I’m here to tell you a little bit about my experiences in each of them, plus the whole story of life in the UK compared to life in Nova Scotia.
If you only take one thing away from this blog, I hope it’s that moving to a new place on your own is as rewarding as it is stressful. The experience is worth it, whether you end up loving the new place you live or not. I’ve been lucky enough to fall in love with England, and enjoy almost every minute of living here, and hope you enjoy reading about it… or at least, don’t fall asleep from boredom from it!