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The Road Ahead

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The road ahead is appropriately blurry – crossing the Confederation Bridge from New Brunswick into my new home province of PEI

My life has been in transition over the past few months.

I’ve recently made of the biggest moves of my young adult life. I’ve picked up from my home in New Brunswick and relocated to the tiny province of Prince Edward Island. It’s been a chaotic couple of months, but I am happy to say that I’m finally settled into Anne of Green Gables territory.

I’m well on my way to becoming a proud Islander.

The move here has lead me to a new employment pool – with many opportunities to pursue a career in Biology. I have been overwhelmed by the community spirit and encouragement that complete strangers have offered since my arrival. Everyone has been so incredibly helpful. And I have put myself to work networking in a place that has a booming biotech industry. It’s only a matter of time now.

So look for updates in the future. I’ll be sharing adventures from life on the Red Island, more tips and tricks for job seekers, a peek at my DIY exploits, book reviews for what ever piques this twentysomething’s interest, and plenty of stories about the new feline additions to my family. Can’t wait to get started.

I’m so glad to be home.

Here’s a sneak peek at what to expect…

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Adorable fox photos
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Plenty of water photos – with and without massive quantities of ice
New books to review
...and my two new best friends
…and my two new best friends
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2 thoughts on “The Road Ahead

  1. Great! I’ve been going through some changes too and I know how it feels. Let’s just say that I left 5,000+ KM away from where I have lived for half of my life..

    Good luck!

  2. Congratulations on your new path. Biology and biotech are growing industries with so much room for growth and opportunity. It seems researchers are really finding a niche today.

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