Niseko vs. Hakuba

As it is a Sunday, I thought I’d take on a lighter tone from the more serious posts of the last few weeks. It seems that my most popular posts are essentially sarcastic rants about materialistic luxury items (see ‘Favourite Luxury Items‘ and ‘How to Dress Cool‘). This makes me wonder if the reason they are so popular is because it’s; A) Actually funny B) … Continue reading Niseko vs. Hakuba

Half Year Review

With the first half of 2016 now complete, I reviewed my 2016 ‘resolutions’ post – ‘Things I want to say yes to‘ and found the following: 1. Attend the Australian Open (Achieved – although I missed out on Federer). 2. Attend the F1 Race in Melbourne (Achieved). 3. Spend at least a week in the snow (Partially achieved – Ski trip to Korea booked for Jan 2017). … Continue reading Half Year Review

The Wishlist 3

It’s been awhile since I did one of these, probably because I haven’t finished acquiring everything from Wishlist 1 and Wishlist 2. Anyway there’s a number of items I’ve upgraded to a buy rating over the coming months. 11. Louis Vuitton Monogram Gradient Scarf I’ve decided an update to my scarf game is in order. As such, I’ve selected this navy monogram scarf from Louis … Continue reading The Wishlist 3

Consistency and Dependibility

When it comes to just about anything, new and exciting are great. Yet this means nothing without the constants in your life. For clothes these constants could represent your excellence centre. For food, I don’t have a nice encapsulating name but there are still a number of food places which I use as my measuring stick. Like most people, I enjoy going out for a … Continue reading Consistency and Dependibility

The Secret to Buying Clothes

Clothes are one of the simplest ways of expressing ourselves. In most cases these expressions revolve around sentiments such as freedom, success or individuality. Yet, if both of these statements are true, then why do we all have purchases we regret? In many cases, the answer probably includes the phrase ‘because it was on sale.’ This is where we have made our first mistake. The simple reason … Continue reading The Secret to Buying Clothes

Finding Your Serendipity

Since the end of its civil war a number of years ago, Sri Lanka is fast becoming the new Vietnam/Thailand as a holiday destination. It’s currently still in its development stage (the Ritz Carton is being constructed as we speak), which is why if you’ve ever fancied experiencing a place prior to a full ‘western tourist’ make over, Sri Lanka would have to be up there … Continue reading Finding Your Serendipity