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Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day // Shakespeare

September 24, 2017

Who doesn’t love summer? Summer is (no surprise) my favourite season of the year. It’s delightful, the warmth and lightness banishing the cold and darkness, everything is better over the summer(well, most things). It’s no wonder William Shakespeare compared youth and beauty to a beautiful summer’s day. In youth, like summer, the possibilities are endless. And for me, this summer  was the best one yet.  I feel very grateful and blessed to have my love alongside me to sake my…

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California Dreamin’

August 4, 2017

Beautiful weather, sea breezes, sunshine, sandy beaches and palm trees. It’s CALIFORNIA DREAMIN’ babyyyy. Follow my blog with Bloglovin So last year we visited Northern California, San Francisco and the surrounding Bay area. This time around we decided to visit Southern California or as the locals call it SoCal.  I must say, the vibe is completely different down in SoCal compared to NoCal. The SoCal vibe is more chill and the weather is always nice. I bet the weatherman  has…

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The Adirondack Retreat

July 3, 2017

New York’s concrete jungle can get hot and sweltering as summer settles in. And with the overwhelming amount of events and things to do, I thought a quick getaway to an Adirondack retreat would do a soul good. So I hopped on the Amtrak and headed up for 2.5 HRS on the train to North Creek, a small town within the Adirondack National Park just a few miles north of Lake George for some “RnR”. And yes, it helps having friends with a rustic log cabin…

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When Summer Comes to Town

May 2, 2017

In NYC you know it’s almost summer when your street block is closed for some good ol’ food truck festival, the ice cream trucks are in the streets, the weekend farmers market and the roof top bars open up and stylish runners hit the road. In this city that never sleeps we are constantly hustling and bustling but events like these really help us slow down and enjoy that overpriced hotdog and maybe run into your next-door neighbours you didn’t…

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