October 31, 2017

I have my moments when my bedroom needs organizing, bathroom needs cleaning, two client meetings scheduled back to back, dryer is finished drying, car needs vacuuming, hair needs washing, and, oh yeah... did I post to social media today?

When the anxiety of overwhelm approaches, I have to consciously decide to calm down. It's not a proper yoga/meditation moment for me because my anxiety doesn't allow for a quality ses...

September 3, 2015

A few of you who know me personally are aware that I am a Director in my father's succesful export business, Caribbean Shipping & Consolidating Corp., a freight forwarding NVOCC operating out of Miami, FL. Our family proudly traveled to Jamaica this past weekend to celebrate his 20th anniversary with his largest clientele base in the Caribbean Jamaica's capital, Kingston. Though I've been to the capital a dozen times...

July 30, 2015

There are times when people will blatantly question each other's spiritual beliefs because of something said, done or otherwise. No matter what our spiritual paths, the common thread is consciously doing what is defined as right from wrong. We are so much more similar than we are different....I guess I'm just a worldwide hopeless romantic and have the "Can't we all just get alog attitude" {~cue Bob Marley's One Love~...

June 25, 2015


Penned by the wildly successful fashion entrepreneur Sophia Amoruso, #GIRLBOSS is an inspirational read for anyone who has ever been mis-categorized as a wayward child! The author shares with us her interesting journey from dumpster diving, kleptomaniac, west coast teenage years towards a career she never could have imagined. According to #GIRLBOSS, Sophia's company "Nasty Gal" is a "$100 million plus onli...

June 6, 2015

This past Memorial Weekend I was fortunate to enjoy a lazy sunday on the beach with friends, family & a good book. The Metu Neter is one that I've been thumbing through for the past 5 years or so. Quite a challenging read not only in terms of comprehension, but also on a spiritual level. I feel like certain chapters hold more or less relevance in my life at different times. My favorites are the chapters on the variou...

May 20, 2015

 I'm coming to realize that in order to blog, you have to love reading! And I'm not only talking other blogs either {~because we definitely do plenty of that!~} But great books in their traditional printed form :)


The Alchemist, one of many successful books by Brazilian author Paulo Coelho, is a must read for any & everybody above 4th grade! This easy read {~filled with gloriously illustrative lingo~} reminds us not...

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