so far, so london – redux for Ryerson Folio

education,London — Danielle on May 9, 2012 at 1:35 pm

Ryerson Folio is a student-run magazine published by the university I attended in Toronto. The founder and Editor-in-Chief Trung Ho invited me to revise and update a post I wrote about adapting to life in London. Seeing a blog post make it to print is a special treat. Also, I’m glad to have the opportunity to share an honest take on freelance life with students who are in the same position I once was, considering their next steps after graduation. Read the full text at Ryerson Folio.

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    1. A wonderful read. I think many often wonder what it’d be like to pack up and start fresh in another city. I enjoyed reading your candid experience. Your posts, as always, are amazing!

      Comment by Christie — May 9 2012 @ 5:12 pm
    2. Thank you Christie!

      Comment by Danielle — May 10 2012 @ 3:11 pm
    3. real inspiration for someone like me, a (very), young almost fashion designer (:

      Comment by Vivien — June 23 2012 @ 12:58 am
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