5 Things from Doing Yoga in the Bali Sea that will Get You Out of Trouble

At the time of of this writing, it’s my 3rd day in Bali now. Contrary to popular belief, I’m not one to plan every minute of my vacation… even though I did, at one point, create a personal travel brochure for Lawrence’s bestie, who was joining us in Asia the last time we went. It…

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Surprising Lessons from an $11,000 Chair

I was on the cusp of purchasing my dream massage chair this weekend. Ever since I set foot in the Bodo Store in Calgary back in 2009, I had fell in love with this amazing space-ship of a massage chair: The Inada Sogno Dreamwave. Top of the line in the world of robotic massage chairs,its…

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The Secret to Being Timeless – Advice from a 105 yr old Japanese Doctor

Is it possible to be timeless? I know 20-somethings who are afraid to turn 30; I know 70 year olds who have made 25-year plans. Age was never an issue for me. Regardless the years, between my fitness and my Asian genes, I frequently am assumed to be much younger than I am somehow. Looking…

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Surprising Lessons Dangling at top of Canada’s First Aerial Park

Yesterday I spent the day with some girlfriends at Edmonton’s new aerial park. It’s is the first in Canada, I might add. A lot of thoughts went through my mind before I was actually going to go. First, I thought about whether or not I actually should go, whether or not I had the time…

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Simple Steps to Living a Bulletproof Life

This morning I was listening to Lewis Howes’ interview with success coach Chris Lee. He was talking about how to live a bulletproof life. I love listening to the wisdom of success coaches on podcasts. I feel like I get the benefit of receiving the teaching and intelligence of all of these world renowned success…

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