“Imagination is more important than knowledge.”
– Albert Einstein


Free Things to Do in NYC

In a big city like NYC, there’s always tons of things going on. You just need to keep an eye out for free activities! Continue Reading →

Beastmode Burger Deluxe ($11) from Cinnamon Snail

The Pennsy – Midtown, NYC

Modern, clean food court right by Penn Station in New York. I ran in here to hide from the rain. Too bad there’s no public wifi to use here.  Continue Reading →


Jacob Restaurant – Harlem, NYC

Great food, lots of variety and we’ll priced. This place had a line up out the door for lunch at 1pm! Continue Reading →


Sugar Sweet Sunshine Bakery – Lower East Side, NYC

Cute, 60’s style decorated bakery with moist and delicious cupcakes, cakes, and pudding.  Continue Reading →


Pasticceria Rocco – West Village, NYC

I heard this was one of the only places left in NYC where the cannolis are piped fresh when ordered so the shells don’t get soggy and I had to try it! Continue Reading →

Flying Unicorn Roll

Sushi & Roll – Surrey, BC

Sister restaurant of Sushi Garden/Sushi Town but in Surrey. I’ll definitely be back. Big space, good prices and delicious food. It can get very busy though.

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Going to NYC Museums for Free

Many museums will have admission prices listed online and on top of the cashier and it looks very official so many tourists do not question it and pay the full amount, but often, the fine print will state that it is actually “suggested general admission”. Continue Reading →


Your NYC travel guide

Planning a trip to New York City? Here are my tips written from a Vancouver perspective and what I find unique from what we have here. Continue Reading →


9 LinkedIn tips you’re not doing

Even if you’re not currently looking for a job, it’s important to keep your LinkedIn profile updated and fresh. You never know when an opportunity could come to you because of it!  Continue Reading →

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Increase sales for your business

For most businesses, there’s constant pressure to bring in more clients, increase sales and make more money. It’s hard to find time, know how or do it effectively. When people hear the word sales, they usually have a negative feeling, but getting more business can be non-pushy! Continue Reading →


OMG Social Media Conference 2013

We hosted the first OMG Social Media Conference on Thursday, August 15, 2013 at the SFU Segal Graduate School of Business. Continue Reading →


John Frieda – Brilliant Brunette Review

I received these products from Influenster to try out and review. Continue Reading →


Career Spotlight Q&A

A Q&A I filled out about my career and how I got to where I am now (which is not very far :P).

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Party After Dark with Urban Decay Winner

Urban Decay just had the grand opening to their first free standing store in all of Canada in Metropolis at Metrotown on September 10th.

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AIESEC International Public Relations Summit

Establishing a consistent brand reputation for an organization that spans over 110 countries and 60,000 members is no easy feat. Continue Reading →


OMG Social Media Conference

I’m the co-founder of OMG Social Media Conference, an annual one-day conference in downtown Vancouver, focused on simplifying social media for small business owners. Continue Reading →

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How to have a successful blog

Do you have a blog or you’re thinking of starting a blog? Here are some concepts and tips to know! Continue Reading →

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Highlights of my life – 2016

All the amazing things that have happened in my life thus far for 2016! Keeping track so I can see how far I’ve come and be grateful for all my experiences.
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No matter how dark it gets, the sun will rise again.