About Me: Kale Heino

This is my first blog and I’m not really sure what I want to do with it; its mostly for personal reasons like storytelling events in my life and my way of expressing myself I suppose. Anyway, I was born in London, Ontario and now reside in Mississauga, a suburb of Toronto. I’m currently 19 years old living with my parents attending University of Toronto Mississauga taking a double major in palaeontology and anthropology. I’m not entirely sure where it will take me, but it’s about what I want to do and I throughly enjoy it. It’s hard to say the majority of my peers are in school because they want to be. I’m trying to think of things about myself, however the moment I go to write, I suddenly forget many important things about myself or my favourite things. I’m fluent in English, but I also practice French when I can; I love to learn new things. My father is half Finnish, quarter Scottish, and Irish while my mother hails from South Korea. I enjoy running as both a lifestyle and a sport. I also do my fair share of triathlons. My favourite genres of television and literature dwell more in the realms of fantasy and science fiction (big fan of Star Wars, Lord of the Rings, Game of Thrones, Doctor Who, etc). For music, I like anything that has meaning to it, so a variety of genres. I used to have three pet turtles who are now in their natural habitat, and currently have a Formosan mountain dog named Reese. Someday I hope to travel the world. It’s been a recent obsession of mine partly because I love learning, and want to experience the many cultures this world has to offer. Through life I’ve learned to not take myself so seriously and just to enjoy even the simple things in life. When you appreciate everything that makes the world come together or function the way it does, life is better and I can honestly say I am happy in life. Why bother being stressed so much, disappointed, angry, or sad too often when you can focus on the positives in life. Ultimately, we’re all stories in the end; just make it a good one.

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