The power of Fortnite

I never understood the fascination with watching YouTubers play video games. My nephews are addicted to watching DanTDM play Minecraft and now are aspiring to be a gamer on YouTube. I thought it was a generational thing until I asked them about the Fortnite game. They told me that Ninja is the best player and that when they are ready to play the game, they will know how to use all the best moves because of him. Continue reading “The power of Fortnite”

There’s no romance on the GO

Today, I took the dreaded GO Train. I prefer the bus because it’s more comfortable and less crowded. But because of time, I had to take it in order to make it back to Hamilton in time for a meeting at 6:30 pm. Continue reading “There’s no romance on the GO”

Working as a Team

Over the last week, I’ve seen multiple ways individuals have come together to work as a team to get a job done in different industries. At work, I’ve watched the “take-over” maneuver where the principles just take control of a project leaving the rest of the team to ponder what they are doing and how to keep up with their high-performance pace. Continue reading “Working as a Team”

Roselawn Lawn Bowling Club

Doors Open Hamilton took place May 4th and 5th. One of the newest editions was the Roselawn Lawn Bowling Clubs.

The Roselawn Lawn Bowling Club started in 1925. Situated at the base of the Niagara Escarpment, it has two regulation-sized greens in Gage Park. Lawn Bowling is often compared to curling in that the idea is to get bowls nearest to spot than your opponents. A white ball (called a jack) is thrown to establish the target, then each team tries to out bowl the other. The tricky part is that the balls are not round and are weighted to one side so they don’t roll straight. The art of the game is judging the path of the ball needed to arrive where needed. This varies according to the distance of the jack, and the weather conditions.  Continue reading “Roselawn Lawn Bowling Club”

Lessons from The Wizard of Oz

In a recent SuperSoul Conversations, Oprah sits down with renowned philosopher and visionary Jean Houston has traversed the global teaching and consulting world leaders. She has devoted her life to pushing the boundaries of human potential.

When asked why she looks so young for her age she tells Oprah that it’s “a passion for the possible. living int he most interesting time in human history. whether what we do will make a proud difference to whether we grow or perish. It’s that sense of urgency and possibility. The lure of becoming is what keeps me going.”

Listen to the entire podcast here.

A Quiet Place

So the only reason I saw this movie is that Avengers Infinity War is sold out till next Thursday. I had seen a lot of the previews and watched a lot of the interviews with Emily Blunt and John Krasinski but really had no intention on seeing a horror/thriller because it’s not my type of jam. Continue reading “A Quiet Place”

Get Out, life imitating art

I finally watched this modern contemporary portrayal of race in America set within a horror movie. Maybe because I’m neither black or white, some of the innuendos I may have been missed, but being an Asian female, I have lived through many racial profiled moment. And, will admit that I have either used it to my advantage or failed to even recognize the situation.

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Navigating the Airport Process

Today, after driving through the worst ice storm recorded in April, I dropped my mother and her friends at the airport for their Biennale “Jesus Tour” Trip. Because of work, I’ve been clocking a lot of frequent flyer miles and have become completely accustomed to the “do-it-yourself” digital atmosphere at Terminal 1. Continue reading “Navigating the Airport Process”