I give you permission to leave the room, to leave the relationship, to leave the thoughts, to leave the expectations.
Montreal is a tourist destination for young and old alike.
Sometimes the fear is worse than the worst case scenario. Self-isolation has been an awakening… …to say the least. I have been confronted by the practice of slowing down and being still. What has come up has not been so pretty- mostly anxiety about the unknown future (read more about my visa journey here) andContinue reading “Anxiety … Now what?”
Where I am coming from… Usually when I am feeling extremely emotional, I tend to begin to blame things outside myself, including the moon, mercury retrograde, the weather, my hormones, or the person who cut me off in traffic. On the other hand, I have been learning lately that triggers such as these are simplyContinue reading “The Hype behind Coronavirus…”
The Yarra Valley is inundated with exceptional wineries; its pristine rolling hills and moderate climate makes for great grapes, great wine, and great fun! The Yarra Valley is located just a few kilometers north of Melbourne (the world’s most livable city and my favorite city maybe ever), Australia. Transportation… First, you must sort out howContinue reading ““Wine” A Little…Yarra Valley, Australia”
After writing my first blog post on my health journey, it felt incomplete. But it was important for me to share in order to understand what the next steps were. So here is the culmination of the steps I have taken to get to where I am, which is the healthiest I have ever been.Continue reading “Next Two Steps to my “Healthy””
The idea of “health” is a curated image reflecting social norms, plagued by inequality, and undermines the human experience. February 22 marks the five year anniversary of my mom’s death, which also signifies the beginning of a tough health battle. Today marks a milestone in my journey of uncovering the wholeness within. Grief is weird.Continue reading “Two Steps on How I Got “Healthy””
Australia is known for many things including the Great Barrier Reef and the outback. Australia is also home to some of the best surfing beaches in the world. Even if you are not keen for a surf, the beaches are breathtaking and worth a visit. The Sunshine Coast stretches from Brisbane to Noosa and encompassesContinue reading “Pocketful of Sunshine Coast Australia”
The Great Ocean Road is an icon of Australia, marked by the world-class surf and endless views. This one road takes you through rainforest, national parks, farms, beaches carved out of limestone, and seaside towns. This road trip can take anywhere from one day to three days, depending on how many stops you make alongContinue reading “Follow the Sun… The Great Ocean Road”
Bali is an affordable oasis for all travelers. Find yourself soaking up the sun year-round without busting the bank!