Launch, iterate later. Perfection is procrastination in disguise. You’re never going to be ready enough.
Stop chasing. The people and experiences that are meant to be will not require you to catch them.
For the last few years, each birthday I take myself on a date to my fave breakfast spot in New York, sit at the…
It’s that time of year again, where I’m sure your social feeds are inundated with pictures of burning man and residual molly-high exclamations of…
Here’s to our commitment to constantly evolve, to have the courage to edit our lives when it’s veering off course of the direction that we know so deeply in our hearts we need to follow.
It’s that time of year where we swear to ourselves that we’ll finally hit the gym, stop eating carbs and spend more time with…
For those acclimating back to reality after the Burn… here’s some sage advice on setting back to reality. And no, this does not mean quit your job to become a yoga instructor in Bali…
During Burning Man, opportunities kept presenting itself to enable me to turn existing seeds of knowledge into practice. It is where knowledge meets action where wisdom is born.
In between “Everything happens for a reason” and “Be fearless” lies real life, which is not perfect, Valencia filtered and Facetuned flawless.
The Law of “Fuck Yes or No” implies that both parties must be enthusiastic about the prospect of one another’s company. Why? Because attractive, non-needy, high self-worth people don’t have time for people who they are not excited to be with and who are not excited to be with them.
The girl who reads has spun out the account of her life and it is bursting with meaning. She insists that her narratives are rich, her supporting cast colorful, and her typeface bold. You, the girl who reads, make me want to be everything that I am not.
And I, my darling, will make your world beautiful.
To my fellow women of Vancouver – we are more than sexual creatures, let’s start showcasing the other aspects of who we really are. Being sexy is only one part of us, but is often the only part that we are seen for because of how we are portrayed in the media and how we participate in our own objectification.
Looking back at the various stages of my life, I realise that role models played a great part in steering my personal path.
Imagine if women helped boost other women up, and focused on supporting each other verus competing and tearing each other down.