On Sunday, I went on my first race (Vancouver Sun Run- 10kM) and whew my legs. Good thing I had been training prior to the race. Lunch time runs will definitely become a thing for me especially as the weather warms up a bit (it’s less kilometres, though). I’ve always wanted to go on a […]
Once a year, Tourism Vancouver organizes a 17-day food festival where you get to try 3 course meals and wines from some of the finest restaurants in Vancouver. You can get three course meals for as cheap as $25 up to $45 (without additional costs like meal upgrades and wine pairing.) This is a great […]
By Stephannie Christopher’s Covent Garden Located in the heart of Covent Garden, Christopher’s is a must go if you are ever in the area. The stunning interiors, great service and mouth-watering food have made this American restaurant one of my favourites. With Christopher’s you get the ultimate fine dining experience without having to break the […]
Whew, the holidays are officially over for me, and it is time to get back to work. Over the last few days, I spent my time with my family exploring new places and also just hanging out. In addition to that, I was racing against the clock to complete “A Higher Loyalty” by James Comey- […]
Two weeks ago, I asked a number of people including people on my social media platforms to share major lessons they learnt in 2018. For privacy reason, I made everyone’s response anonymous. Enjoy the responses!
One thing I have learnt this year is that life comes at you pretty fast. With that in mind, it is so easy to get engrossed in projects, goals, caring for others that we forget to take care of ourselves; selfcare. We all have different ways we take care of ourselves I decided to share […]
Hello beautiful people, I have missed writing on here and I am so thankful to be able to finally write here. I have been occupied with work, school and goal chasing. Unfortunately, the blog just took a back seat once again. What I have been up to and what I have learnt I decided to […]
Do I believe people can change? Yes, I believe people behave based on past experiences, information and most importantly, a set of underlying principles. Individual change depends on these principles are and how strong/important they are to the person.