It’s November. Which means NaBloPoMo. Let’s see what happens when I force myself to blog every day for a month, shall we? ———————————————————————————– Continue reading Remember, Remember
It’s November. Which means NaBloPoMo. Let’s see what happens when I force myself to blog every day for a month, shall we? ———————————————————————————– I saw a post the other day about a bad airline experience, and how it tied into a bad email experience. The point the author was making: don’t send promotional emails to someone … Continue reading How much does brand affinity matter?
Rocking my Maple Leaves Note to self: stock up on some patriotic summer gear for 2014. Those Vancouver2010 mittens don’t work so well for July in the Northern Hemisphere. Continue reading Happy Canada Day from Away
Over the weekend, Neil and I headed to the Summertown Farmer’s Market. Partly to check out what was on offer, and partly to partake in a (delicious!) pulled pork sandwich from Shredded Meat Co. who are setting up shop there each weekend this summer. The market was lovely, and most businesses along the strip where … Continue reading A funny thing happened on the way from the Farmer’s Market
Neil and I really couldn’t fathom going all the way to India without packing in a bit of tourism, so once the wedding festivities were over, we flew up to Delhi to experience India’s Golden Triangle: Delhi, Agra, and Jaipur. And as a Western tourist, this is probably as close as I’ll ever get to … Continue reading India Part 2: Golden Triangle
It’s grey here today. Exceedingly grey. And cold. And there is nothing like reminders from Timehop about the fact that this time one year ago, I was in Cuba, and two years before that, in Thailand, to make me feel extra grumbly about the grey and cold. So I scrolled further back in the past, … Continue reading Six years later
Rest of the set here. Continue reading Wordless Wednesday – Oxford Photowalkin’