On part 2 of our special series about Natasha The Residences, Natasha and Eric welcome renowned artist Peter Tunney. Known for his incredibly moving and meaningful pieces, Peter will be the resident artist at Natasha The Residences. Peter's art will be seen throughout the building including pieces with the text "the time is always now," "don't panic" and "own the day." They also discuss why words matter so much and take a trip down memory lane of when Natasha and Peter first met and when they took a ride on a vespa that may have ended with being stopped by the NYPD.
For more information about Natasha The Residences go to www.natasharesidences.com
On this episode of The F Words Natasha and Eric are chatting about their recent weekend away in cottage country and about some of their upcoming summer escapes. Natasha also reveals how she packs for a weekend away up north!
In a recent installment of The Atlantic's How to Build a Life the author explains how seeking new experiences can enhance our well-being. On this episode of The F Words Natasha and Eric share some experiences they've opened themselves up to that have brought them joy... one of which includes meeting each other on the dating app Raya. What would you try this year that could bring you happiness? DM @natashaNKPR & @erichendrikx and let them know!
On this episode of The F Words Natasha and Eric are sharing their journey on the Keto diet. The pair discuss why they decided to go on the popular diet, how much weight they've lost, how they first adjusted (they both had the 'Keto flu') and what they eat for each meal. Have you tried Keto or another diet? DM us @natashaNKPR and @EricHendrikx!
On this episode of The F Words we get to know guest co-host Eric Hendrikx a little bit better. Did you know Eric has written for Rolling Stone and Men's Journal magazines, has a degree in Anthropology and loves riding motorcycles? All true!
Eric and Natasha also reveal how they are integrating their interests like rock 'n' roll and fashion into their home...and you'll never believe what they're doing to their dining room!
On this episode of The F Words Natasha and Taylor discuss a new feature that Tinder has introduced to help keep its users safe and why it's so important. Natasha also has her own suggestion on how to evolve dating apps even further. Listen and let the hosts know what feature you'd like to see added! DM Natasha @natashankpr and Taylor @thetaylorkaye.
On this episode of The F Words Natasha and Taylor talk to host and producer Brigitte Truong about the troubling rise of Anti-Asian Racism in Canada and around the world. Brigitte shares her own personal experiences with racism, how important it is to have open and honest conversations about this topic, protecting the elder Asian community and social media activism. For more information on how you can help and donate go to: https://www.gofundme.com/c/act/stop-aapi-hate
Rumours swirled last week that superstar couple Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez split up after his reported infidelity. The pair then released a joint statement saying that they're still together and working through some issues. Some big questions remain though...like what happened and will they last? Joining Natasha and Taylor on this episode of The F Words is relationship expert and the founder of KMA Therapy - Kimberly Moffit. Kimberly and the hosts discuss trust in relationships and if cheaters are always cheaters.
It's been a few days now since Meghan and Harry's big tell-all with Oprah about the Royal Family. The interview raised many questions about what really goes on inside the 'institution' and how it's run. After the Palace responded saying the issues raised would be taken seriously and discussed privately, Natasha and Taylor are asking, should all of this been kept private and not been talked about publicly on the world stage? Joining the hosts to talk about all things Royal is Editor-in-Chief of Hello! Canada Alison Eastwood. Pick up the latest issue of Hello! Canada on newsstands or go to their website at www.hellomagazine.ca
Britney Spears has been thrust back into the spotlight after the premiere of a new documentary from The New York Times. The film follows the growing free Britney movement and the pop stars fight to remove her father from her conservatorship she's been under for more than 10 years. Joining Natasha and Taylor to talk all about this is Tim Chan a writer and the Director of Product and Commerce at Rolling Stone.