I know that you’d love to increase your productivity and nurture all of those brilliant ideas swirling around in your head. My curated collection of Ted Talks will give your brain just the fuel it needs to stay sharp and creating. Continue reading Get More Brains and Creativity
Nature is one of my favorite subjects to capture. While I love the sensation of being constantly caught by the intricate details of how nature comes together, I’ve learned that too much complexity can destroy the impact of a photograph. In trying to include everything, sometimes we lose it all. Between the colors, shapes, sizes, textures and light, you may also feel like everything is getting lost. … Continue reading Beginner Nature Photography Tips: Light
I just came out of another fitness fell off the wagon and knocked my head and was dazed for a while and just wanted to lay down phase. In the first installment of My Journey Back to Fitness, I talked about how bike riding saved me, or the fit part of me. This time around, I’ll give credit to eating a vegan diet and running. … Continue reading Fitness Journey Wrap Up
When you’re in South Florida, heading down to Wynwood is a must for fans of art and culture with a laidback vibe. Continue reading For the Love of Art. Wynwood, Miami.
You’ve seen the women I’m talking about. I’m not one of them. I’m dragging myself along. Care to join me? It’ll be fun they say. Continue reading Yoga Vegan Hippie Women, and Me.
When the weather is sometimes hot, sometimes cold, this is how I style it. Continue reading Outfit Post: Cropped Sweater and High-Waist Pant
I haven’t found a single gray hair on my head, ever. I’ve been telling myself that when that time comes I’ll embrace it Helen Mirren style. But my friend was over the other day and she said something awful as she analyzed sections of her hair in front of my mirror. She said, “I used to think that I was just going to embrace my … Continue reading A Tiny Little Post: Grey Hairs
Was anyone else afraid of ditching school growing up? I consider myself a risk-taker and a rule bender. My relationship with rules is like a high school relationship. Mostly casual, a lot of talk, and a few scares. There’s also been drama, but for the most we’ve given each other our space. But there was always something about ditching school that terrified me. I never … Continue reading Ditching School
Ready to see some cool old things, and learn a little? Join me on my trip to the vintage and antiques fair. Continue reading Vintage and Antique Fair
So there are two types of people: Those who see danger and cringe and those who see danger and smile. And while I am normally on the smiling side, I became a scaredy cat in Thailand. When it came to the food that is. Thank goodness we were told before arriving that Thai spicy means you’ll be weeping as the food goes in and weeping as the food … Continue reading Be Thai Spicy or Be Lame