NY 2015 Setbacks When discussing my 2015 visions and goals in a past entry, I didn’t really think of the setbacks I’d be coming face-to-face with, but I am tackling my current one head-on. On December 29th I decided to go ahead with a surgery that I had been contemplating for years. And, while I waited until the 11th hour
Besides starting the NY with a delicious breakfast and time spent with family, I also wanted to start sharing a weekly round-up of links I find insightful. Happy reading!
This past week I signed up for my first half-marathon. I knew it was a goal that I wanted to achieve during the first half of 2015, but signing up has made it so much more real. So, while I have been home for the holidays I knew it would be the perfect time to reunite
While holidays have become a rarity since moving to London, I remember how much excitement was not only put on the places my boyfriend and I would visit, but of course the exotic and rich foods that would await us as well.
Since officially starting my holiday back in sunny Florida with family and friends I am getting myself into a more regular running routine. Or rather, running with lots of pits stops for blended coffees and cookies. I am on vacation, after all.
Fact: It’s hard to get my boyfriend to listen to new music. So, when I discovered The Lumineers in early 2012, I was thrilled that he immediately took a liking to them. Fast Forward to Thanksgiving 2013, we found ourselves chowing down on some burgers before heading to London’s Alexandra Palace to see The Lumineers
My boyfriend and I are self-proclaimed foodies and fortunately, I have a boyfriend who loves to cook and is damn good at it. Me? I can cook a mean omelette but that is where my abilities begin and end. Needless to say, we appreciate a good meal, especially one cooked by Tom Kerridge, a chef
After a 6 hour bus ride from Vietnam, we found ourselves in Phnom Penh. We heard from another pair of travelers that it was worth seeing but a much dirtier city than HCMC. For me, the poverty was much more obvious but Cambodia’s capital city was no dirtier. As we neared the city, driving quite