[VIDEO] 25K Subscribers | Q&A

Thoughts from Alanna…

Can you believe we’ve reached 25,000 Adventures and Naps subscribers??

It’s really hard to believe that so many people have stuck around with me on this crazy journey. To celebrate, I wanted to do a Q&A with questions from subscribers.

Thank you so much for all your support, comments, thumbs-up and kind words these last few years. It really means a lot! Can’t wait to see where we head to next!

[VIDEO] What I’ve Learned Living in England for Three Years





Thoughts from Alanna…

Today I’ve officially lived in England for three years! Three years!!!

I’ve learned a lot about myself over these past few years and I wanted to share some of that with you. It’s pretty emotional and life is weird but I hope you enjoy this one!

It’s crazy to think back when I first moved here and how overwhelming it was being in a foreign country. Now this place feels as much as home as Canada.

No matter what happens, I’ll always remember this time as some of the best experiences of my life. Thanks for joining me on this crazy ride!




[VIDEO] Reverse Culture Shock




Thoughts from Alanna…

I recently visited home back in Canada and experienced some reverse culture shock. After living in Kent, England for the last 2+ years, I forgot some of the weird stuff that makes Canada unique.

It’s weird how you can forget certain things!

Hope you enjoy!

 




[VIDEO] How To Make Friends Abroad





Thoughts from Alanna…

I’ve received a lot of questions from fellow expats on how to make friends abroad.. I feel you, it’s hard!

Here are my top tips for how to make friends while living abroad, specifically as a Canadian living in England! It’s hard making friends as an adult, but even more so when you’re living in a foreign place.

If you have any tips, please feel free to share them!




[VIDEO] Lesser Known Things About England | Ep 2

Thoughts from Alanna…

Want to learn about lesser known things about England? We’re back with episode 2! These are some of the things I’ve noticed after living in Kent, England for the last 2+ years. There’s so much to learn, it’s hard to keep track of it all! Culture can be really interesting, especially between countries that share so many similarities (and differences!)

Hope you enjoy!