A day in the life of Jacqueline Horlings...

No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted. - Aesop

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Forever supported, Protected and loved.

Being the baby sister of three older brothers, I have grown to be a tough, hardworking and independent girl, who makes her own path. Through every corner and decision I know that I have the support, love and protection from my family and friends.

Soon to be Graduate

Currently enrolled at Georgian College studying General Business. With the end of the semester in the horizon, the next chapter is about to be written.

Soon to be first time aunt!

April 30 my brother and his wife will be welcoming a baby girl into this world! A few short days after I will be flying out to Calgary to meet my niece for the first time!

Travel, travel, travel ...

May 2018 Calgary. July 2018 San Francisco. September 2018 New York. December 2018 Ireland.

Zambia, Africa.

Volunteer trip to Africa to help build a school.

Hard work pays off!

My hard work over the last two years is proven successful by achieving deans list status.

Why do I love to travel ?

I’m almost obsessed with meeting and learning about new cultures, I absolutely love it. They’re interesting, often (to me) strange, provoking and always have something to teach.

I learn so much by visiting places with a different culture than my own, I also find that by understanding the culture you can understand why the people are the way they are – on such a deep level.

I’m not usually a big history fan, but when it comes to traveling I really love to know the history about every place I visit. By learning the history of a place I get a better appreciation and understanding of why things are the way they are there.

Another thing I like to remember from my travels are the different smells, sounds, food flavors and visual colors you get to experience. My brain finds itself working on overdrive trying to take it all in, and long afterward I can think back to a place and still remember what  kind of vibe I felt. I’ll always remember the feeling a place gives me, whether it’s good or bad.