Hong Kong Travel: To Do List!

Today, I met a lady who is travelling to Hong Kong next month with her son. She was curious about what to do there, what to see there, where to shop for electronics/clothes, where the locals go, and about the MTR Travel Pass (2 way transport via the Airport Express and 3 days of unlimited …

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An Awesome 3/13/13 Day! #tywlife

Where do I start? Let's go with a classic schedule: [Morning] Wake up Breakfast Go for a 2-hr drive Return home. Change. [Afternoon] Shop like no tomorrow - get a completely new wardrobe with my personal stylist (my mom!) *qualify for some loyalty card. *5 pairs of pants, 2 blazers, 4 tops. #IamNotAShopaholic Donairs with …

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A Day in London – Minus the Olympics

Now that I am finally at home, changed, and fed, I can sit down and tell you all about my day. I wasn't sure what to expect, because the forecast said it would rain, but I've learned not to trust those apps/websites anymore, because the weather is just too unpredictable - anywhere in this world. …

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Shopping On A Whim Leads To Marketing Vulnerability

It’s amazing how sometimes one can just walk into a mall without a “plan of action,” and leave, bags-full. Until this year, I rarely succumbed to the marketing tactics of retailers, but the more I learn about what’s actually happening behind-the-scenes (i.e. marketing mix; consumer behavior, product management and pricing, marketing communications, etc.), the more I …

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Basking in the City on “A Typical Sunday,” Perhaps?

At some point this summer, I asked myself whether or not it would be a good idea to even start a "public blog." I questioned the issue of "privacy" and of sharing my ideas and thoughts so openly with "the world," but here it is, so I might as well embrace the fact that my …

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