Recipe for Delicious Green Curry Fried Rice with Chicken

Rule number one for my kitchen: always make extra rice. Keeping with summer tradition, I am back at my dad’s house in the Eastern Townships of Quebec, right as the trees are beginning to turn as autumn approaches. It’s one of the highlights of my year to come here, peaceful and quiet and smack in the […]

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A List of Life Changing Books

I started off 2015 with a 10-day silent Vipassana meditation course, one of the hardest things I’ve ever chosen to do. I wasn’t a meditator. I had never even meditated before. My friends, appalled that I was taking this on, told me that it was like running a marathon before ever trying to run. I […]

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Autumn Plans

After I fell down the stairs and fractured a rib, I spent the summer in Ottawa with my brother (eating a lot of soup) and then the month of September with my parents, split between the Eastern Townships and Montreal. My body healed more slowly than I thought, but the subsequent cognitive troubles were what […]

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Why Travel Blogging Needs More Storytelling

A few days ago, I presented the closing keynote for TBEX Asia about the power of story. It was an honour to get up in front of a group people dedicated to being better at what they do, and to speak about a topic that I truly believe in. The crux of the speech was […]

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Thrillable Hours: Andrew Comrie-Picard, Race Car Driver

Welcome back to Thrillable Hours, my interview series about alternative careers for lawyers.  I first met Andrew Comrie-Picard at McGill Law School, where we were classmates in an International Tax Law class. I have followed his career with interest because he was not only a quiet and thoughtful guy, but the kind of career transition he pulled off […]

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