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Siem Reap, the city of thieving monkeys.

We arrived in Siem Reap Tuesday the 28th of October. And we arrived in style.

Unable to resist the idea, I joined Chris and Tim who decided that motorbiking in Vietnam wasn’t enough. 331 more words


Review: The Tastemakers by David Sax

The Tastemakers is a breath of fresh air after all the food non-fiction books we’ve been bombarded with over the last few years. Sax takes a different spin on what we know about food by exploring current and past food trends, and his humorous narrative and mouthwatering food descriptions are just outstanding. 589 more words


Panic Mode.

Have you ever just said “f*ck it, I’m dropping out and becoming a professional skateboarder.”?

I got to that point last week. It’s not a fun feeling. 275 more words


Norwex Products to the Rescue! (A 5-Star Review)

A couple of weeks ago I hosted a Norwex party for one of my dearest friends, Erin (Toohey) Phillipson. She had just started selling the products (that I had only heard of, never seen) so of course I wanted to see what all the fuss was about. 925 more words


Garlic Pickle Onion Sammiches & Scandalous Toronto

This past week I have been monitoring my news feed on the book of face as well as other news sources regarding Jian Gomeshi. Note that I am not hyperlinking his name. 653 more words


New Image Of Being Cool

What is being cool all about?  If I am not mistaken, being cool is about thinking and acting outside of the box so that whoever looks at the subject of the coolness can feel a sense of aspiration. 152 more words


An Economic Exploration of Bilingualism, Part One

As an Anglo resident of Montreal, I have gotten to know the city in my three years here as a student. Known as the “cultural capital” of Canada, Montreal is one of the most diverse metropolises in the world. 497 more words