Wait two seconds please before you dismiss this as yet another iPhone gizmo promo write-up; it is not. My husband warned me to write for all my readers when I told him about this post and I responded “always“. This is no different; it is for all of you, iPhone owners or not. Once in a while, you come across a product that redefines your lifestyle, refines the rough edges, does away with the redundancies, clears up the small frustrations, creates room for growth and makes things so ridiculously simple and ingenious that you stand there with your jaw wide-open and wonder why for the life of you, you did not take the leap sooner. This blog being a space where I share approaches to living a prolific life, I’d be terribly remiss if I did not tell you about how this little genius has changed the way I live, work, think and play now. (Did I get carried away again?) [Read more…] about 10 Ways the iPhone promotes Prolific Living
Being a savvy traveler is an exceptionally smart skill to have, easy to develop and hard to do without once you firmly establish the habit. When I look back at our initial travels, I shudder at the immature ways I went about them. I can almost pinpoint the day that my husband read an article on becoming a minimalist traveler, and overnight, forbid me from checking in luggage, regardless of our destination! (You bet I put up a fight!) Around the same time, he decided that if we were going to be traveling the world, it is imperative for both our sanity and our budget that we become expert travelers.
If you desire it, they will have it, in the world’s best kept and most delicious secret: the Depachika, the food havens in the heart of underground malls of Tokyo.
A depachika is a contraction of depato (department store) and chika (underground mall), a place of endless wonder and marvel producing a feast for the eyes, the mind and the belly. [Read more…] about 8 Reasons to Experience the World’s Best Kept Secret: Tokyo’s Depachikas
If you have been following us anywhere, you will know that I have been promoting our exciting
To be fortunate enough to have an infinite source of wisdom is rare, so I consider myself lucky. The source is my younger brother, Sina Bahram (I have been informed that he is now too old to be called my “little brother” but you know how that goes). Sina happens to be the smartest, sharpest person I know, and I thought I ran in smart circles. He is years and decades ahead of his peers, with a mind that impresses all around him, and a humility and generosity that is exceptional on all levels. [Read more…] about Robert J. Sawyer: “Wake