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Hiking Musings

The Burden

Packing for Fear It’s 2007, I am both anxious and excited. My friends and I are going to hike across the Presidential Range in New Hampshire to Mount Washington, the tallest mountain in the state, known for its erratic weather and climate conditions. It’s my first time hiking up a mountain and with no experience, […]

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Data and Analytics Musings

Mapping My COVID-19 World

Daily life has changed since the spread of COVID-19. We all know that. What does it look like when we translate it into the form of a map? Inspired by the folks at The Tyee and CityLabs, I thought I’d try my hand at what life is like in downtown Toronto as I attempt to […]

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Musings

COVID-19 Self-Care Reset

“Reading is like travel, allowing you to exit your own life for a bit, and to come back with a renewed, even inspired, perspective.” Laurie Helgoe, Introvert Power: Why Your Inner Life Is Your Hidden Strength Two weeks after social distancing rapidly became a priority for most of Toronto and the GTA — I felt […]

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Data and Analytics Musings

8760 hours

How will you spend your time? I am grateful for the opportunity to go into work every day and dive into a lot of work that I feel is very important. That said, I often find myself reminding myself and others that our lives encompasses so much more than the work we do. One of […]