I first heard and saw pieces of Robert Rauschenberg's works in London at the Barbican Center during a class visit. I was in awe, not for their beauty and uniqueness, but because I had finally discovered an artist whose work I can relate to. You see, I paint, and recently, I came out of retirement … Continue reading Robert Rauschenberg 1925 – 2008
"There is something about childhood friends that you just cant replace" Lisa Whelchdel If you are at University , even in High School, then this post's timing couldn't have been perfect. Mark my words when I say that, flash forward ten years, you will come to realize that good friends were, are and will forever remain … Continue reading The Friends from the Past; A Blast!
It's safe to say that we all feel overwhelmed at work at some point. Enters the notion of "Work-Life Balance". Work- Life balance is an important aspect of a healthy working environment. Maintaining a Work-Life balance reduces stress and helps prevent burnout at the work place. If you are feeling the following symptoms then you … Continue reading Give your Brain a Break!
No! As intriguing as it may sound, I am not here to talk about my relationship. What I am writing about here is the most interesting concept I have come to understand in my two years (going three) in Canada; women & relationships. Trust me, it was not an easy task, deciphering the whys, … Continue reading Dating & Relationship: Love in Toronto
Disclaimer: For any misrepresentation, I want to stress on the point that this post is targeted to a specific "genre" of single women; one that I have encountered heavily populated in the west, where women tend to embrace liberalism to an extent of less respecting themselves Dear Masha, this one is for you, I often … Continue reading Dear Single Bitch,