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
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
I wish I spent more time in my mom’s Greek village so I could soak up more stories and affection from my 90 year old grandma (yia yia) and 80 year old grandpa (papou). She got married in her early 30’s after she spotted papou on the street, trailblazing the path for...read more
I finally caught up on the full season 1 of Girls this week. Like most of the world, I started off hating it; a lot darker and less relatable than I expected. I gave it a shot, however, seeing that Lena Dunham achieved my life dream before I ever will. The fact that...read more
I was literally handed The War of Art by my screenwriting partner/mentor, after weeks of thinking “I really should buy this book” (why hello there Mr. Universe). I’ve since read it twice and can see this affair continuing for years to come, like an annual friends with...read more
I know I’m a little late jumping on the Paulo Coelho bandwagon (20 million copies sold, 56 languages) but I read it in Mexico for obvious reasons – I needed inspiration to follow my dreams. Now I typically steer clear of fantasy books with male protagonists but I’m...read more
To strive, to seek, to find and not to yield Making the most of your time on earth is a common theme on this blog. I recently posted about 3 “near death” experiences (varying degrees) and that got me thinking about the movie One Week (a slight oldie but...read more
People – it is an International Bestseller for a reason. And I had the pleasure of reading it while I was death sick with a cold at a random cottage for a weekend. I don’t even know where to begin. I guess it really hit home because the story begins with a guy...read more
Do you Dare?
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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