How are we in the seventh month of Twenty Eighteen already?!
As Winter has well-and-truly rolled out the ice freezing carpet – it’s time to grab the popcorn and catch up with the new flicks and wrap up in a blanket for a great new read.
Music: Bebe Rexha
Bebe Rexha is no newbie to the music world but she is most definitely crushing it in 2018. Bebe already has a string of hits under her belt including the likes of Meant to Be, I Got You, Hey Mama and In The Name of Love. After a few EPs, Bebe’s much anticipated debut album Expectationsdropped last week featuring I’m a Messfollowing releasing an upbeat collaboration with Rita Ora, Cardi B and Charli XCX, aptly named Girls.
Lurking on the other side of the world is the sights of Amsterdam. Your itinerary is sure to be lengthy with the mix of attractions on offer – world-known museums and galleries including the Van Gogh Museum and the Anne Frank House plus live-music at summer festivals. Indulge in the devine restaurants and food festivals, jump on a canal cruise or grab a bicycle and take in the picture perfect views of Amsterdam.
Book: Tunia Pitt – Unmasked
I went to the Courage & Badassery event last month where the headline speaker was Australian burns-survivor Tunia Pritt. I went into the conference knowing the line-up of speakers would leave me inspired, but I didn’t quite prepare myself for Tunia’s speech and how much her words would relate to anyone. I purchased her book (which she even kindly individually signed) and I think everyone should hear about her journey.
Film: Incredibles 2
It’s here – it’s finally here! 14 lengthy years after the release of the first Disney/Pixar hit, Incredibles 2 has just burst onto our cinema screens. Brad Bird is back in the directing hot seat for the long-awaited sequel to the 2004 box office smash. What happens when Mr Incredible is left to take care of Jack-Jack without being aware of his emerging superpowers while Elastigirl is out saving the world then add a villain hatching a dangerous plot? Chaos ensues in the new Incredibles.
“You’re allowed to scream. You’re allowed to cry. You’re not allowed to give up.”