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Weekend Update // 03.29.15

March 29, 2015

It's time for a Weekend Update, featuring new music by Toro y Moi, Tourist, Japanese Wallpaper and more! Plug in your headphones and get into the groove with these 10 obsession-worthy songs...

On My Radar // 03.27.15

March 27, 2015

Take a trip to a paper town, explore the streets of New York City by moonlight, and raid the beauty collection of a female mogul in this week's edition of On My Radar! Here are the links, articles and clips that have captured my attention recently...

Podcast Pick: Invisibilia

March 24, 2015


Recently I've been listening to podcasts before going to bed as a way of winding down. A favourite of mine is "Invisibilia", a thought-provoking NPR program about the unseen forces that influence human behaviour and psychology. Co-hosts Alix Spiegel and Lulu Miller blend scientific research, real-life case studies and personal insights to explore the incredible power of the emotions, ideas and thought patterns that define our lives.

Weekend Update // 03.22.15

March 22, 2015

Back at it with a brand new Weekend Update playlist for all of your music listening needs! Here are 10 of my favourite songs from this week, including new gems by Years & Years, Ben Khan and Shura.

Bad, Bad, Bad

March 21, 2015

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I am that one girl you know who is always, always cold. My feet are akin to icicles, I shiver in anything less than sauna-like temperatures, and can always be found with a gigantic mug of stifling hot tea in my hands. Consequently, chunky sweaters are a standard in my wardrobe. Some variation of this baggy jumper/boyfriend denim combo has been my uniform as of late- I call it watered-down Olsen meets country-bound Martha Stewart in the 90s. However, the look usually doesn't include mud, the unwelcome accessory that just had to get in on the photo action today. What can I say? Spring has sprung!

The Nightingale

March 19, 2015

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I've been on a historical fiction kick lately when it comes to reading, which started with Anthony Doerr's All the Light We Cannot See (loved it) and continued with Sarah Waters' The Paying Guests (loathed every page). The latest in my series of literary pursuits is The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah, a compulsive page-turner about two sisters in Nazi-occupied France during World War II.

On My Radar // 03.11.15

March 11, 2015

On My Radar

It's time to round up the links, videos and other Internet must-sees that have been On My Radar this week. From International Women's Day to Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, I've got you covered when it comes to culture!