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Goodbye Vancouver, I Miss You Already

July 5, 2016

If there’s one rule that I will always live by:

It’s that you should do the things that scare you.

So on July 25th, I’ll be leaving my lovely life here in Vancouver, spending a week at home with my family and then moving to Portugal August 1st to spend my 29th year travelling with the Remote Year.

Over the next twelve months I’ll be living in a different city every month, traveling with 75 other digital nomads from around the world; spending the first 6 months in Europe and the last 6 months in South America.

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Why Vote?

I never knew how patriotic I was about Canada until I lived abroad. There’s just something about defending your country to a table of Americans in Viet Nam that will do that for you. But I also never knew how fortunate I was to…

September 30, 2015

Glowbal Restaurant Makes it’s Debut

If the Glowbal Group is known for creating some of the most memorable restaurants in the city and the city is well on the map for offering some of the best restaurants in the country, then the expectation for the new flagship Glowbal restaurant…

September 8, 2015
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The Diner en Blanc Survival Guide

Over 27 years ago two effortlessly chic French men invited friends to a flash mob picnic at a surprise location in Paris. Diner en Blanc was born. This year, two effortlessly hopeless girls bought tickets to attend the international event here in Vancouver and…

August 27, 2015
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5 Kits Restaurants That Can Transport You Around the World

Vancouver is one of the most multicultural cities in Canada and home to an awesome mosaic of cultures that make up our thriving culinary scene. We have a little taste of everything here; sushi, ramen, tacos, thai, baos, curries, tapas, pho and all of…

August 20, 2015

The Story Behind the Sandwich – Meat City

If you want to build an Empire, Jon Hamesiter-Ries knows that you have to start with a City.   As a long time resident of Vancouver’s West End, Jon has recently launched his flagship Sandwich shop Meat City; a promising start to what should…

August 20, 2015

Basil Pasta Opens New Location in Kits

If you’re looking for an affordable place to eat with a causal, welcoming atmosphere, Basil Pasta  Bar has finally brought to Kitsilano what you’ve been waiting for: quality, hearty dishes at affordable prices. Located on the corner of Yew Street and York, the second…

August 11, 2015

Eleven Kinds of Coffee

Every morning I walk the eight-block stretch down 4th Avenue through the heart of Kitsilano to my little office on Burrard Street. And every morning when I strut down fourth like the Supermodel that I’m not, I dodge two full on buttery bakeries, three…

May 20, 2015

Maenom nom nom

This morning I woke up and wrote a quick list of five things that I’m currently grateful for, and Pad Thai was actually on it. Just above, “my outfit coming together effortlessly, even when there was nothing to wear” and just below Kendrick Lamar…

May 20, 2015

Bao Down to Gastown

If you’re a big fan of no fuss fusion and fresh flavour combinations, then the newly opened Bao Down in Gastown is here to satisfy the craving that you didn’t know you had. Specializing in fluffy Bao bun’s that are stuffed with authentic, Asian-inspired ingredients (see the #YVR…

May 12, 2015