Do we really need that drink to have fun?
If you’re a long time follower of my work you know that I lovvvveeeee serving and enjoying a good drink with great company. When I’m out, ordering a round of shots is a ritual. Being at a bar can be electrifying and a fun way to engage with new people. My husband and I have … Continue reading Do we really need that drink to have fun?
You’ve just spent nearly a year working from home, with minimal socialization living in fear and confusion. Your physical and emotional exhaustion level is well beyond anything you could have comprehended. Your soul misses exploring. You miss brunch and fitness classes where you could hug and hight-five a sweaty stranger without cringing. If you have … Continue reading rebuilding: turning off survival mode preparing for life after the pandemic
It was time for me to emerge outside of motherhood and the grind and I asked myself, who was I before? Who have I become? Continue reading emerging: are we the same people we were before the pandemic?
Check out this book if you’re ready for change. Stretching every morning is something I’ve always wanted to do. I struggled with consistency for years until now. Continue reading the one book that helped me stick to the routine I’d been trying to do for years
A bucket list is usually interpreted as a number of experiences an individual wishes to accomplish during their lifetime. Because life is short, there are only but so many items we can have on this list. Continue reading Sometimes things end up on your bucket list after the fact.
A trip to Thailand: The Itinerary Continue reading A trip to Thailand: The Itinerary
I love Cuba, and even more so, I love its people. Continue reading What Makes Cuba What It Is, Is Its People