Tokyo has to be one of the finest destinations in Asia. The rich, refined, culture is so unique that it always makes for an exciting experience. I have been there once in the winter and once in the summer and both times have been equally epic. Regardless of the season, you’ll find that Tokyo is simply unmatched. Perhaps it is because of the amazing mix of tradition and modernity, history and technology, and attention to detail and efficiency.
Here are some of the highlights from our summer 2016 trip. … More Take me back to Tokyo
This year, I left my twenties behind and happily welcomed my thirties. To be entirely honest, approaching 30 was much less scary than the 21 year old me would have imagined it to be. I look back on the last decade of my life and I see how a combination of adventures, trials, victories, and … More 20 Lessons I Learned in My 20s
So it’s Father’s Day. I’ve always liked the idea of Father’s Day. An entire day dedicated to fathers, no matter what their shortcomings, mistakes, triumphs and achievements may be, we honor them. And I don’t know anything about your experience with your father, but whether you want to or not, you will think of him today. … More Pain, Beauty and Love on Father’s Day
My biggest revelation while mourning the death of my daughter, Celine, is that the deeper you go into grief, the deeper you encounter grace. Grief is a scary thing. When you experience loss people will tell you the importance of taking the time to grieve but instinctively, you might try to get the grieving process … More Grace-full Grief