Could a semi-open adoption be the best for you and your child?

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I realize that it’s been a while I hadn’t written about adoption. I apologize, I am so busy trying to figure out a new routine in Vancouver, I will write about it soon. But today, I decided to talk about the difference adoption’s options. There are 3 different type of adoption: closed, semi-open and open […]

7 Facts You Do Not Want To Know About Me

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Eli nominated me to share 7 facts no one knows about me. Click here to read her 7 unexpected facts about her.   My nominees are: Emma: https://emmadurrantblog.wordpress.com Billie: http://billiejames.co.uk Erika: https://paereviews.wordpress.com https://bellefabulous.wordpress.com/ https://adoptedlifeblog.wordpress.com Angela: http://angelabarra.com Didi: https://lecoindedidi.wordpress.com   I nominated them because I love their blog content, I also love http://www.elicoleclough.com    Ready? Go! […]

Knitting Jargon — New Hobby

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My New Hobby #1stproject As you probably read on my previous post, I spent a month in Ireland and I learnt how to crochet and knit. I really enjoyed that. Knitting became a hobby. Today I’ll talk about the knitting jargon I learnt. Knitting Jargon Alternate – To work every other row. Bind off – To close […]

A month in West Cork — What to do and see in Cork’s surrounding areas

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One month in Ireland   Sorry for the belated post, but moving to Vancouver was so crazy between getting all documents ready to cross the border, finding an AirBnB, etc. Anyway, I won’t talk about that today. Today, I’ll write about what to do in West Cork for one month AND finally say my goodbyes […]

I failed and it didn’t kill me — A year of shame

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10 Tips To Handle A Failure A lot of people told me: ‘You really fail when you decide to give up’. It’s easy to say, isn’t it? If you didn’t get it yet, today I’m sharing one of my biggest fears with you guys J. Failure. One of my biggest fears is to fail… whether […]

A Dream Gap Year

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As I already said in the previous section, I wanted to go back to San Diego for a longer term. I wanted to take a gap year after getting my marketing degree. 2015 was very stressful and exhausting. I was juggling saving money, studying for exams, my internship and writing my thesis. Seriously, I hated […]

Let’s go on a road trip

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ROMANTIC ROAD TRIP : 10 Days Itinerary in 3 Different European Capitals   For Cian’s Christmas gift, I bought return flights, spanning 10 days to Bratislava in Slovakia. I didn’t really know anything about either the country or its capital. To be honest, I just wanted to go on holiday with my boyfriend and spend […]

Helpful Relationship List Before Cohabiting With Your Babe

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On a yearlong student visa, I went to San Diego to improve my English. Over there, I met my Irish boyfriend, Cian. At the beginning of our romance, I couldn’t see him as much I wanted because of school and living with a host family. I got along with my American host family so I […]

It’s Always Sunny in San Diego

It’s always sunny in San Diego   I’m not an English native speaker. To be honest, I took English as a second language when I started to study at university years ago. The reason was that I wanted to be a business woman and English is the business language. It’s basic logic, isn’t it? Not […]

You’re Not My Real Mom

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NOT REAL PARENTS Please don’t say they’re not my ‘real’ parents! My adoptive parents are my real parents! Maybe the real terminology people are looking for is birth parent. OKAY OKAY, I have to admit! As a child, I was a mean cu*t!! Of course, that hurtful remark came as soon as I wasn’t getting […]