Obsessing over this open letter to the female hat-wearing dog from Go Dog Go. (“I wanted to take a minute to tell you that what matters is that you like your own hat, hat-wearing female dog. Who is this guy anyway, some sort of dog hat expert??”) It should be required reading for everyone, really.
I was sitting at my gate waiting to catch a flight home after an amazing trip to LA when a friend suggested I read my favourite blogger’s most recent post to pass the time, in which she poses the question “what makes you feel alive?”. The perfect thing to contemplate on my flight home, here’s […]
Well, my friends – I am excited to share that if you haven’t already seen it on instagram and/or facebook, I have a new half marathon PB (personal best)!! The ‘First Half’ was literally my first half in 2019…and despite a small case of nerves, it turned out to be a day of fun, sun, […]
For the curious, books I’ve read so far this year: Becoming by Michelle Obama Educated by Tara Westover The Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg I’m part way through From Beirut to Jerusalem by Thomas L. Friedman and The Gene by Siddhartha Mukherjee and I just picked up The Power by Naomi Alderman for my book […]
What did you get up to this weekend? I got to bed extra early on Friday after a long long week, and a semi-severe injury to my hand last Thursday (endured stitches, a tetanus shot and all). I started my Saturday at Moja cafe on Commercial Drive (which I think may be up there with […]
Right now, I spend a big chunk of my time researching best-in-class Business Spend Management techniques, specifically in relation to a company’s Travel & Expense policy. Though less glamourous than emerging hot topics like AI, ERM and IT governance, travel and expenses incurred by employees of an organization produce a high volume of transactions. With […]
Hope you all had a lovely weekend! I spent much of it outside of the house with a 20km run, not one but TWO mimosa-fueled brunches, an experience at my first VSO show, a shared bottle of wine at Prohibition, and great big bowl of Pho with new friends. I finished it off with some […]
Link The résumé virtues are the skills you bring to the marketplace. The eulogy virtues are the ones that are talked about at your funeral You lack a moral vocabulary. It is easy to slip into a self-satisfied moral mediocrity. But all the people I’ve ever deeply admired are profoundly honest about their own weaknesses. […]