One of the many odd moments I've experienced in 2020 includes finding myself crying while pedalling furiously on a stationary bike. You don't necessarily want to be crying while exercising, but the Peloton - what I can only describe as a brilliant marriage of technology and fitness - has wormed its way into my heart. … Continue reading That Peloton life
It's unexpected. You had a wall up because you were trying not to let anyone hurt you again. But the persistent questions began, hidden as kindness. The queries were really there to get all the information they could to eventually use against you. Don't give in. You baulk at first. Are these questions too personal? … Continue reading I’m glad you left.
There are loads of apps and websites out there that are awesome to use as a freelancer - here's some that I rely on! #apps #freelancers #entrepreneurs
Let's get straight into it. We meet Vers (pronounced 'Veers'; played by Brie Larson), a Kree warrior who has lost her memory and has no recollection about her life growing up - what she does have is odd dreams. When we meet her, she's part of a little warrior group, led by Yon-Rogg (Jude Law), … Continue reading Movie Review: Captain Marvel
So you think you're ready to drop the corporate life and become a freelancer. Now what? There's a lot of planning that goes into this, so let me share my experience and the steps I took to finally take the freelance plunge while based in Dubai. Some of these points are universal, and some specific … Continue reading Becoming a freelancer – what you need to know
Once I booked my flights to London, I knew what I had to do: check if there were any shows in the city I wanted to see. While on this hunt, I thankfully remembered to check if Jay Rayner had any shows on during my trip. I got lucky, there was a ‘Ten Food Commandments’ … Continue reading Ten Food Commandments with Jay Rayner
OK, so as of the beginning of April 2018, I didn't know how to swim. As a child, I was never sent to a swimming class, and I eventually developed a fear of going anywhere beyond the shallow side of the pool, or letting go of the wall. Worse, I have friends who have tales … Continue reading Want to learn how to swim in Dubai?
This post comes out a fair bit of time after the movie release, but it's taken me a while to put my thoughts together, and I saw it twice, so I feel like I have more insight into how I feel about the film. So you're thinking, she has seen it twice - so does … Continue reading Movie Review: Ocean’s 8
I was in Amritsar in January 2018 with my cousin, and while researching the many activities that we wanted to undertake, visiting the Wagah Border and witnessing the flag ceremony between India and Pakistan was something she definitely wanted to do, and I thought, 'Well why not?'. While hunting around for the best way to … Continue reading Visiting the Wagah Border from Amritsar, India
I watch the sequel to Mamma Mia, out 10 years after the original, and find it still can make you sing and dance!