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JBB Monthly Recap: November 2020

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I love walking this street.

Science World lit up at night. JBB MONTHLY RECAP NOVEMBER 2020

Science World lit up at night.

This month went by extremely quickly, I can’t believe that we’re now in December. Does anyone else feel like this year both flew by but also felt like it lasted 3 years?

This month I finally got a new phone after having an iPhone that barely worked the last 2 years. It’s a Huawei P30 Pro and I love it! The camera is incredible. I can finally take photos at night! I just want to take photos of anything I can now.

Also we finally put up a Christmas tree! We haven’t had one since moving into this apartment nearly 6 years ago since we just don’t have space, but a friend gave us a small one that’s perfect for the space. Decorating it was so much fun, and I’m loving having my apartment lit from the lights.

I find this Elf Elf on the shelf slightly terrifying!

Blog Posts Published

JBB Monthly Recap: October 2020. My monthly recap all about what I got up to in October!

The cutest tiny houses to stay at in British Columbia. I adore tiny houses, so of course I spend lots of time checking them out on Airbnb! These are the cutest ones I found in British Columbia.

How to say hello in 18 different languagesI’m super into Duolingo right now and have been learning Spanish. It got me thinking about different languages and communication. I de died to share how to say hello in some common different languages around the world.

12 Photos To Inspire You To Visit Puerto VallartaWhile I don’t encourage travel right now, I wanted to share these photos to hopefully inspire you to visit Puerto Vallarta.

Vancouver residents love decorating the trees on the sidewalks outside their houses. I love it!

Books Read

Midnight Sun, by Stephanie Myer.

Whole Food Cooking Everyday, by Amy Chaplin.

Skinny Bitch – Ultimate Everyday Cookbook, by Kim Barmouin.

Sorry not sorry, by Naya Rivera

Captive Queen, by Alison Weir

Vegetarian India, by Madhur Jaffrey

Just look at these leaves!

What I Watched

TV SHOWS – Corner Gas, Meet the Chimps, Schitts Creek, Mrs. Brown’s Boys, Swamp People.

MOVIES – Inspector Gadget, Friday the 13th (1980), all of the Harry Potter movies, Night School, Friday the 13th (2009), Freddy VS Jason, Aquaman, Pixels, Invincible, Holidate, Venom, Like a boss, Finding Nemo, Rocky, Ponyo, The Princess Switch, Rocky 2.

I realise that this recap was short, but this month was mostly spent reading and going for walks. Very relaxing! ☺

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Brooklyn Murtaugh

travel blogger

Hi! I’m Brooklyn. Like many, I thought my purpose in life was to go to university, settle down and have kids. But that is not me. 

My aim is to inspire you to travel as much as you can while you can, whether that be through au pair work, or on your limited vacation days. It CAN be done. This world is incredible, let’s explore it!

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