Thinking about vacationing or Honeymooning in French Polynesia but not quite sure if seasonality makes a difference? We visited during shoulder season (April 1 – 10) for our Honeymoon and give a run down below, plus I’ve combined internet research and advice...read more
After some thought, Vito and I decided we wanted A/C, restaurants and amenities for our Honeymoon in French Polynesia. So this post includes tips and a budget breakdown on how to indulge responsibly in Tahiti, Moorea and Bora Bora. We also waited until after our...read more
I have a confession to make. I’ve been obsessively googling “Lena Dunham interview” videos on YouTube for the past few days – sneaking them in the background at work, while I cook, while I tooth brush. Not to mention the frantic episode review searches every Monday,...read more
I was dreading going to Dorio, a tiny village in Messinia Greece where my grandparents live and my mom was born. I’ve been roughly 10 times in 30 years and every single time I swear it’s haunted and I become an anxiety-driven monster. Dorio sits in a valley (of the...read more
I want to help you structure your California road trip on the pacific coast highway (PCH) so you maximize time out of the car, actually immersed in your surroundings. But first, I have a confession to make. This Cali trip was intended as a solo expedition to prove...read more
Her is one of the must unique scripts to hit the screen in a long, long time. A true labour of love from the formidable Spike Jonze, you can feel the heart and soul in the musical score (Arcade Fire!), vibrant and glow filled cinematography and hauntingly true...read more
Watching the Rolling Stones perform at the Air Canada Centre during their “50and Counting” 50th Anniversary Tour managed to nullify my raging quarter life crisis and bring me back to life. They may be wrinkly but don’t count Mick Jagger (69), Ronnie Wood (65), Keith...read more
DENIAL is what happened When Myers-Briggs slapped me with an INTJ label. Luckily Susan Cain’s Quiet helped me own up to my introverted temperament. It’s like that ugly quilt you hide from company but pull out on the coldest of days. Share the warmth my friends....read more
The first three months of this year have been a soul searching, existential struggle. After an urgent and unplanned escape to Jamaica, I have a renewed sense of hope to share with you. MOVIE WATCH: Liberal Arts I caught this gem of an indie movie on Air Transat’s in...read more
Dare to admit the truth to yourself first, then whisper it to others before proclaiming it loudly. Dare to believe in yourself and your soul’s calling, even if no one else does. Dare to love and be loved. Dare to be YOU!
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