How to have the worst day ever, in 8 easy steps: 1. Go to Winnipeg for excellent long weekend 2. Wait an hour to get your suitcase after the flight home lands 3. Get in a fight with your boyfriend because he bought yet another piece of expensive gaming equipment while you were away 4. Be unsure if your dog’s stitches from her surgery are infected and go over to your parents’ house to ask your mom (outcome: stitches look fine and you are a hypochondriac) 5. When getting in car to go to parents’ house, notice the entire floor of your vehicle is flooded with water, for no apparent reason 6. Go check on the place you are house sitting and find the basement is flooded due to a neighbour’s pipe bursting 7. Have to wait at the house for an hour and a hour for their neighbours to come home to turn the water off and then try and organize a phone call between the homeowners 8. Finally get back home, do laundry, do dishes, and get ready to wake up at 5am for work tomorrow because no one will cover your shift ✌🏼 (Winnipeg, Manitoba — May 2019)
Amazing time in one of the most iconic areas in Tokyo. Sanja Festival happened this weekend but if you are in Japan now you will most likely bump into a local festival, especially during the weekends as this kind of festival happens everywhere!!! Keep an eye, ask around... and have fun!
Visiting some of my favourite places in Toronto 🇨🇦 with my dear @laurenhowe 🥰 thanks for this invitation 💃🏽💃🏼
#howeto Tour Toronto like @keysisay - Miss Venezuela ‘17 🇻🇪 👑, mechanical engineer ⚙, model and activist 👊🏻 shows us her favourite spots in Toronto since having moved here post Miss Universe.
Full video on YouTube. Link in bio 💃🏻💃🏼
Each #howeto video ends with a single question - what do you want others to know about your or your world, that they otherwise wouldn’t? Swipe to see one of Keysi’s 👉🏻