Lifestyle Monthly Favourites

February Favourites 2020


No Lie – Sean Paul ft. Dua Lipa

Very uplifting and with a catchy melody it is the perfect song for starting out your day or completing difficult tasks.

How Deep Is Your Love – Bee Gees

This 1977’s ballad by the beloved Bee Gees is such a romantic song for slowly dancing with the love of your life.

All Is Full of Love – Bjork

Haunting melody with motivational lyrics about finding love and meaning in life at some point, just not with the ways you had in mind.

City of Angels – Arrows to Athens

Speaking of the contradicting circumstances of a girl and boy it’s melody and the singer’s amazing voice elevate it into something ”angelic”.


Baywatch (2017)

Inspired by the television series of the same name this action comedy film follows Lt. Mitch Buchannon and his team of lifeguards who must take down a drug lord in an effort to save their beach. The acting was brilliant and Dwayne Johnson’s lines and mannerisms sent me on the floor laughing.

Woman Walks Ahead (2017)

This biographical drama film is based on the life of portrait painter Caroline Weldon who, in 1890’s, traveled from Brooklyn to Dakota to paint the portrait of Sitting Bull and became entangled with the Lakota peoples’ struggle over the rights to their land. It was such an educational film about the difficulties and racism the Indian people and their ”white” allies faced as well as the Indian views on life, nature and god. (a review is soon to follow)


The Diving by Barbara Wood

This amazing historical book is set in the first-century Rome and chronicles the spiritual quest of 19-year-old Ulrica to discover her destiny through her possession of the powerful gift of second sight.

The Lost Daughter by Elena Ferrante

Leda, a middle-aged divorced woman, is alone for the first time in years when her daughters leave home to live with their father in America. However, her initial unexpected sense of liberty turns to ferocious introspection following a seemingly trivial occurrence in the coastal town she’s spending her summer holidays. It was such a pleasant read and Ferrante’s writing made the experience even more thrilling

Troilus and Cressida by William Shakespeare

Using the Trojan War as the background it tells the story of prince Troilus who falls madly in love with Cressida, daughter of the Greek’s diviner Calchas, only for her to betray his trust in the end. While named after them the play focuses mainly on the events displayed in the Iliad, such as Achilles staying out of battle and his subsequent duel with Hector after Patroclu’s killing.

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