Showing posts from February, 2020

A Glimpse Into Frida Kahlo's Painfully Beautiful World

Hello loyal readers. Let's get into 2 of my favorite stops I made on my recent trip to Mexico City today. One was Frida Kahlo's house converted into a Museum. The second was Diego Rivera's tomb which boasts vast collections of his sculptural work and paintings. These where both two stand out moments for me and places I plan to re-visit often when I move to Mexico City this Summer. For now you can join me for the tour through my eyes.

Frida Kahlo Is The Shit
You know those bombers that became trendy about 2 years ago that read "Mexico Is The Shit" on the back? I do enjoy Mexico a lot but Mexico's plagued with inane levels of corruption and violence. Certain parts of Mexico are definitely "the shit" but about half of the other states are not. I.E my current location in Tijuana.

You know who is the shit. Frida Fucking Kahlo. This woman exemplifies what it means to be apologetically yourself. A natural artist, fashion slayer, incredibly strong and kind a…

Embracing Femininity & Living A More Erotic Lifestyle

Hello loyal readers! This week I want to dig my heels into a topic I don't see being discussed enough. Femininity and even more specifically Erotica. Both topics I am very well versed in due to the fact that a. I'm female and b. I  was a traveling Fetish model which educated me on everything from Erotica to BDSM culture. Through modeling I gained a lot of confidence in not only my body but also my mind. If you can be in a room full of people in various states of dress/undress and feel confidant you can be confidant anywhere. You don't need to be an erotic/fetish model to access this side of yourself. In fact, erotica is much more exquisite when it's something private for one's self. In fact, since I have retired from modeling I have been able to use my on femininity and erotic sides on a deeper level because it is now personal to me. No longer for promo/paid work/publicity.

This is such a controversial subject in 2020 and it really is not. Femininity trul…

Bustiers, Cashmere & Cold Nips

Hello loyal readers! Winter is definitely in no way on its way out anytime soon. This marks the coldest winter I have ever experienced since moving to the West Coast a little over 5 years ago. I'm Canadian, I've seen the worst of the worst. The reason I'm not in Canada anymore has a lot to do with the weather. Between living in LA and now Baja California I am very excited that this will be my final winter in this hemisphere. The only good time to live in the California's is during a drought. Which is terrible for the environment but the bright-side to that is better weather.

Everything about today's look is vintage, re-used, lightly worn/like new sustainable clothing. I sourced this entire look ( minus hat, shades and half gloves) from Creations of Lily. I do a lot of shopping at Creations of Lily Boutique here in Tijuana. It's a tiny vintage shop attached to an Orphanage which all the proceeds go towards supporting. If you're in the Tijuana area and lookin…

100 Reasons Why You Should Not Move To Tijuana In 2020

Hello loyal readers. I'm fresh off the heels of a life changing trip to Mexico City. I am in love with that city and it takes a lot for me to say that about anything/anyone/place. This was my first time in the capital and I am still gob smacked. So much so that I haven't been able to put into words how beautiful my experience was.

Since returning to my beach-side home of 2 years in Tijuana I have fallen victim to a great depression of sorts. Choosing Tijuana was a more economical way for me to live by the beach and still be able to enjoy events stateside without having to fly. Originally hailing from Canada this was convenient to get to LA by car in 3 hours and San Diego in 20 minutes. However, Tijuana has officially worn out it's welcome with me. For that reason we are going to dig into an in-depth review of "100 Reasons Why You Should Not Move To Tijuana In 2020".

This is a very broad topic especially in Tijuana which has zero city planning. Let&#…