Food & Wine

Tips on Sharing the Duties this Holiday Season

Tis’ the season. Although it’s my favorite time of year as time has gone one I noticed that over the years I was doing more screaming than I was celebrating. Traffic jams, waiting in lines, and being disappointed when I found out I paid twice as much for something I could have bought the week Read More …

Complements / Food & Wine

Your Guide to the Perfect Cup of Cuppuccino

Being European there are a few inherit traits at birth that are evident from ground zero. Among other things you can ski before you can walk, you learn how to read via travel guides, and an internal clock that alerts you that it’s 4pm and time for coffee. Well, as life goes on you realize Read More …

gadgets / Health & Fitness

Tech Accessories That Will Get You Back To Working Out

If you’re still looking for the perfect gift for BFF or maybe looking to treat yourself to something that will be both fun and functional then we have some ideas for some of the newest gadgets that may enhance your workout and your downtime. Tech Accessories can provide many of us with some much needed Read More …

Films, Books, Music / Hobies/Career

Cuckoos Calling – A Review

Admittedly I originally only picked up this book because I found out the true author was the one and only JK Rowling and I am a definite Potter fanatic. She wrote this under the pen name of Robert Galbraith in the hopes that it would be better accepted than her previous novel The Casual Vacancy, Read More …

Films, Books, Music

The Dinner by Herman Koch, Not A Full Meal – A Review

I loved Gone Girl so I read this because the Wall Street Journal called it “A European Gone Girl,” also because it was an Amazon best book of the month for February 2013. However, I don’t think this book lived up to the hype. This book takes place at a dinner, as it is self-titled, Read More …