How to Meditate In Any Situation

I am essentially homeless, that is to say, I’ve picked up all my things and done the unthinkable: I left home. While I have had the time of my life, flying around to new places, meeting new people, and trying new things it doesn’t come without the cons of traveling, especially as a single woman…. Read more »

Fabric London Review

I had heard about this infamous club years before I even dreamed of coming here, I didn’t even know it was located in London until I arrived here. I decided to go out the other night, despite feeling like total garbage and get my dance on at this epic drug den. My Fabric London review… Read more »

A review of the 2013 London Literature Festival

If you love to read, and you’re looking for an interesting, inspiring, and intellectual playground you may want to check out the 2013 London Literature Festival. Today people such as Barbara Kingsolver were there discussing their new books, and the life of a writer in these changing times. From food bloggers turned authors to seasoned… Read more »

The Woolwich Attack

My heart goes out to Lee Rigby, the solder in the Woolwich neighborhood who was viciously murdered by two Islamic terrorists with meat cleavers. The whole state of London is in shock and sadness over such a random act of cruelty. I hope that the family finds solace in the community coming together over this… Read more »

Daft Punk’s Horizon

I finally just listened to the new Daft Punk Record, Random Access Memories, because I’ve been so busy! I was…sort of impressed. I’m not huge on a lot of that 70’s kraut or funk, and I guess I’ve been listening to them for so long I have associated them with a particular sound. Which leads… Read more »