One of Us

Oct 6, 2018 – A date that’s etched into my memory along with thousands of other UFC fans. It’s the date that Khabib choked out Connor. I remember it like it was yesterday. It was a day when the entire neighbourhood huddled into one backyard. The anticipation for this fight was unlike any other. Months … More One of Us

An Open Letter…

Social distancing has me appreciating the little things now more than ever. Just chilling with friends, going out to eat, sitting on THE PORCH doing nothing. Man, it was beautiful. In all seriousness though, every school year, we didn’t need to make new friends, we had our friends. Not that we were closed off, but … More An Open Letter…

The Early Bird Catches The Millions?!?

How are you? No, seriously, how are you REALLY? Mentally, physically, emotionally….you good? This pandemic isn’t easy. Everyone is struggling in their own way. Whether it’s financial, mental, physical, or emotional, the struggle is real. Something that has consistently come up when discussing ways to cope with social distancing and quarantining is having a routine. … More The Early Bird Catches The Millions?!?

A Muslim and a Non-Muslim walk into an Iftar- Experience Ramadan 101

When we were kids, we’d dread the first day of school because we wouldn’t know anyone. We’d complain to our parents and they’d respond with a “don’t worry, you’ll make new friends”. Lo’ and behold 5 minutes into class Timmy and I became the “terrible twosome” as we flicked our boogers at the girls since … More A Muslim and a Non-Muslim walk into an Iftar- Experience Ramadan 101

Reassurance

I recently read a quote that said, “There is no substitute for hard work” – Thomas A. Edison. I’m sure there are many people who have said something similar but the key thing to note is not the quote itself but the message being communicated. Hard work reigns, always. This is a stressful time for … More Reassurance