"Spend less time being interesting and more time being interested in people and the world" - Shira


It feels weird to talk about doing coverage of my own hometown of Montreal, but that's exactly what I did for Jaunted last week. I was invited there to cover the 40th Anniversary of Yoko Ono and John Lennon's bed-in for peace and I must say it was a truly amazing experience. READ ALL MY JAUNTED BLOGS HERE

While many feel like the millenials and baby boomers have nothing in common, I discovered it's exactly the opposite. We are picking up where they left off- but for us it's not about just being all hippy, peace, love, and rock n' roll. It's about implementing possiblity, communication, peace and action into the world through our modern day tools. Luckily for us, this day in age taking action isn't about being an extremist- it's acceptable and possible!

Here are some of the video blogs I did for Jaunted from Montreal- they include everything from a tour of the Yoko/Lennon suite, to indulging in late night smoked meat sandwiches at the oldest deli in Canada. I feel honored that I've been able to blog for Jaunted recently. There's nothing more amazing than traveling the world and bringing those experiences and stories people.

A look inside the Lennon Yoko suite at the Queen Elizabeth Hotel

Schwartz's Deli in Montreal- the best smoked meat sandwiches in the city

Behind the counter at La Banquise- where to experience poutine goodness