My top ten places to visit in Athens during COVID
Answers to your burning questions about what should I do after I graduate.
How I went from homeowner to landlord in less than 2 months.
5 easy way to organize your bookshelf into a beautiful color coded rainbow
Watch my video on my recent facial rejuvenation acupuncture treatment!
I’ve started to slowly change my mindset about money. One of the books that made me question money and what it possible in my journey to wealth and abundance is Rich Dad, Poor Dad. One of the most important chapters for me was Lesson 5: The Rich Invent Money. The chapter begins with a quote: Often in the real world, it’s not the smart who get ahead, but the bold. This really stuck out for me because, within the chapter, Robert tells a story about buying a condo for $50,000 cash. He was going to rent it out and within 3 years make his money back and then sell it for a profit. People were telling him that you can’t do that anymore with today’s real estate market. He questioned them saying, you can, you just haven’t figured it out yet. This got me thinking. Can you buy a house for $50K in Ontario? If a house existed in Ontario that was $50K would I have the guts to actually buy it? Robert goes on …
My book review on BJ Fogg’s, Tiny Habits.
“We are brokers of dialogue,” Director of Conference Programming, Ian Chodikoff mentions as he explains the shift in IDS’ (Interior Design Show 2019) current vision. The expanded programming of “bringing people together to experience the power of design” speaks to the new opportunities the show is trying to foster among the industry.
It’s my birthday today. 36! Some of the major events that are happening today: The PC party has a majority government for the provincial election which means Doug Ford is the Premier. Anthony Bourdain has committed suicide, just days after Kate Spade took her life as well. And I have injuries and bruises from rugby. Who would have thought that I would be playing with kids still in high school on my team? This is definitely a new era in hitting your mid-thirties. As a challenge to myself, and to defy that saying “you can’t teach an old dog new tricks” I am going to do/learn/explore 36 new things this year. It’s a revamped idea to a bucket list, which I am calling my birthday list. At the moment I have 20 items and will look to fill another 16 in the coming months. Check out my list: Learn to solve a rubix cube Learn to play the drums Learn to cook pancit Learn a new language Learn to code Learn to fly a plane …
I’ve only done one body treatment. And boy was that a revealing experience. So, my lack of research into what a Turkish bath entailed was, of course, amusing when I got into the room to find out that I would be almost fully naked (except for a piece of cloth around my unmentionables).