What a strange strange place we have come to as an ENTIRE world. EVERYONE is in Quarantine in some form or another across the globe. Think about that for a moment, EVERYONE, in the ENTIRE World is fighting ONE common enemy, Novel Coronavirus, Covid-19. This is unfathomable. Our enemy is not a person, a nation,… Continue reading How To Survive Quarantine
After I moved into my own apartment at the ripe age of nearly 35 and was finally living alone at the age of 36 - I decided to take all the paintings and prints I had purchased over the years from my travels and frame them. I initially wanted to do it because the walls… Continue reading Let’s Talk Framing
January 22, 2020 - I know the post will be dated but I felt it was important to pen it myself because I started this draft on December 31, 2019 (after ten days of struggling to make time for it). Now, nearly a month later, I am finally sitting at a Starbucks, inside the Sheraton… Continue reading Closing Out the ’10s
This one alone day in Helsinki really made me realize how much I need a solo trip, with no plans, no set itinerary; Just me and a semi-familiar or even unfamiliar place. I just want to walk, explore and mostly reflect and allow my mind and heart to fully feel all the things I have… Continue reading Finland…Where I Feel Most at Peace
I thought it was time to do a juice cleanse, to jumpstart my Low Carb High Fat Diet. A diet that was INCREDIBLY beneficial for me, for all of 30 days I did successfully. I know a lot of people think it's not a sustainable diet, I mean giving up carbs almost entirely? That's insane!… Continue reading Juice Cleanse: BluePrint
Today, two significant things went wrong pertaining to our business and both were due to third party's lack of competency. My initial reaction led me to an annoyance level of 11 (on a scale of 1 to 10) and my patience level to a -3 (on a scale of 1 to 10). As you can… Continue reading Just a Little Rant…
This year, I told myself I would take time out for me, in particular my mental health. With a lifestyle that is always on the go, I knew that in order to be successful, I had to carve out time for my own well being, every. single. day. And so I have. Between yoga classes… Continue reading How Meditation Has Helped My Productivity
Two weeks ago, tomorrow, I turned 36, and if I was concerned about 40 being around the corner last year, I really have a reason to be concerned this year. But, I'm not. I'm in a new head space, guys! Last year I made three (attainable, can be cross off a list) goals and the truth… Continue reading Reflecting on my 36th Year!
One of my goals this year is NOT to overbook myself. With two jobs, a business, this blog and life outside of those elements, I am always doing something, and in doing so, I am constantly over committing myself. And anyone who is similar will tell you that there is nothing worse than the feeling… Continue reading Day Designer is the Best Planner!
I don't like to use the words, New Year's Resolution, because they are really ongoing goals year-round. However, given that it is January 1st and clearly a new year, let's call it what it is. I'm not going to make this post lengthy, because thanks to my beautiful Day Designer Planner, I have set some… Continue reading New Year’s Resolution: Roadmap to a Better Life