Conventional society: get married, buy a house, have kids, settle down or you’ll fall behind. Unconventional society: quit your job, sell your things, travel everywhere, don’t settle down or you’ll be...

It’s that time of year again, when we choose the most perfect moments and reflect on them, hold on to them, to validate to ourselves that they were something special. We...

Last updated: December 20, 2016 Everyone has their own method to the madness of trip planning – some plan extensively, some don’t see the value in planning, and some may not...

I was in a Sport Sociology lecture on Sport and Disability, and I’m keen to share a few lingering thoughts with fellow Type 1s. During the lecture, we talked about society...

Well, it’s Sept. 1st, Starbucks has their pumpkin spice latte on board, Garibaldi Provincial Park may receive a cumulative 1.4cm of snow above 2000m in the next 10 days, and I...

Above photo credit: Hamilton Island Triathlon Interview: Anne Marie Hospod, Iron Lady, Type 1 Diabetic Date: August 16, 2016 I have limited experience with triathlons, but I can appreciate the time...

When you spend enough time in the mountains, you acquire a very distinct mindset; the way you think and see things start to change. Over time, we’re all the wiser through...

It’s taken the better part of a school year to figure this out; I’ve realized my time isn’t as abundant as it was when I was 18 years old. My adventures...

We’re a few weeks out from the holiday season and well into the new year. So, it’s giveaway time! We all love free stuff (myself included) and to help you recoup...