My Prada wallet, it’s packed. But everything I need is in there.
I first decided to get an iPad when I was in India with [my husband]. And he wanted to see the Taj Mahal, so we were driving from Delhi to Agra, which on paper should be about two hours… and it took six and a half hours. And he had his iPad so we were watching every single episode of Modern Family in the back of the car and that’s how we survived the trip. So after that I felt a deep sense of loyalty and I thought “this is great!” and that converted me.
These are very life affirming cards, that I picked up when I went to see a healer in Nelson, B.C., where my dad lives. There’s some lovely alternative, shamanic people living there. Sometimes you’re having that day and it’s there. And my little notebook, because I still don’t completely trust technology. For me, as much as you can have a journal on your personal digital device, it’s still very impactful for me to flip through it and have that tangible experience. And I’m always making notes to myself, often when I travel I write down little vignettes.