All I ever wanted out of life was to make a difference and find someone who wouldn’t mind dropping me off at the airport.
I’m a 22-year-old suburbanite and modern-day explorer. I’ve seen cities and met people from around the world and am now back in my cozy hometown of St. Albert, Alberta, Canada to take some time off and collect my thoughts. I’m currently working as the Executive Director of the University of Alberta Campus Food Bank Society, where I raise awareness about food insecurity and student poverty, while helping over 2,500 students, staff, and faculty have access to nutritious food.
I’m a graduate of the University of Waterloo’s School of Planning, where I received a B.E.S in Planning and Management Studies. My blog is a reflection of both the passions I studied and the passions I’ve pursued in my working and personal life: cities, design, the environment, travel, and community issues. It bridges my love of cities with my desire to help people and make a tangible difference—hence, the title.