Finding freedom After weeks of school tests, drama rehearsals and play performances for one daughter, dance recitals for the other, flu circling like a cloud over the house, and some musical beds with the toddler, my wife and I wholly accepted the fact that we were battle weary. In the privileged position to seek out a family holiday to get...
The Mama Mia sequel has been storming the movie theaters this month, drawing romantics to fall hopelessly into the arms of a dream Mediterranean love affair, set among the pines, azure waters, and bougainvillea. Cobble pavements, white walls, blue shutters, and glorious tapas only add to the whimsy. And irrespective of Piers Brosnan's dubious tones the movie has struck...
Nature versus nurture... The engines were revving high. The first few months of the year had taken my plans and goals and run amok, laughing in the face of my aspirations. The first quarter had literally demolished my calm, leaving me with only one option, a 2018 reboot. Hold power down and restart. Given the urgency, my wife and I...
The Transatlantic Voyager: Mondrian London Open since September 2014, Mondrian London at Sea Containers enjoys a killer position perched on the edge of the Thames, next to The Tate Modern, London Eye, National Theatre, and close to Borough Market, with St Paul's a fleeting five-minute walk away. It's not so much about the tourist attractions themselves - it's more the energy...
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