Well, happy summer! I’m sorry I’ve been MIA but I have several good reasons for my absence. First and foremost, summer in Europe means holidays for many which means my work schedule becomes much lighter. Great for keeping up with my European Adventures but not so great for making money and paying bills. But I […]Read More Where Have I Been?
When you’re in Singapore, you are given many chances to visit near by countries, quickly and affordably, and that’s exactly what I did. From Singapore’s Tanah Merah Ferry Terminal near the airport, one can take an hour long ferry to Bandar Bentan Telani in Bintan, Indonesia. This northern island of Indonesia, second most promoted after […]Read More What to do in Indonesia & Singapore from One Runners Perspective. A weekly series of daily itineraries : Day 7
Making my way back from Cambodia, I had a lot on my plate planned for seeing more of Singapore. An early rise at 8am & after breakfast, I had a long run planned and started by making my way towards Arab Street and the Kampong Glam District. Masjid Sultan This area hosts many mosques along […]Read More What to do in Singapore and from One Runners Perspective. A weekly series of daily itineraries : Day 6
My bad. If you had been anticipating last week’s blog on Day 2 in Singapore, you’re probably thinking, “Man, she forgot” and you’d be dead on correct. But my good excuse is that I was traveling and snowboarding in Switzerland. #firstworldproblems! However, I hope you didn’t hold your breath and are still around because I’m […]Read More What to do in Singapore from One Runners Perspective. A weekly series of daily itineraries : Day 2
I bet you’re all anxious to read about my latest travels to South East Asia but that will come in a series over the next couple of weeks. First, I need to review the biggest half marathon I’ve ever participated in yesterday, The Fitbit Semi de Paris Marathon. I signed up for this half marathon […]Read More Fitbit Semi de Paris Marathon: Race Review
Last week, my FitBit Semi de Paris half marathon training program required a 10km race. I could not find a local one, but did find a 13.6km race this past Sunday only 15 minutes away. The price was right (9€) along with the location, so I said close enough and signed up. It took me […]Read More 13.6km Race Recap, wait what?!
At the end of last year, I was contacted by FRÉ Skincare to try their 123FRÉ skincare resilience set that was created specifically for women who sweat. I was a bit hesitant as I’ve had some skin sensitivities over the past couple of years causing several trips to my dermatologist. After reading about the products […]Read More Best Skincare Line for Women who Sweat