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Trump, the NFL, and Human Kindness

I don’t want to write this post. There is a part of me that would rather curl up under my blankets and let the noise die down if truth be told, but I can’t do that. In times like these, artists’ voices are more valuable than ever. Whether through words or music, artists can bring people together and I have …

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My Thoughts on Equality

After a self-imposed blogging hiatus, I’m back! For everyone who has been following my blog, THANK YOU! This post is going to be a little outside of the scope of what I tend to write about. I usually stick to blogging about my interests. Yoga, Meditation, Music, and Travel are some of my favorite topics to write about. If you …

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A Trip Inward

The last couple months I have not been updating my blog much. Though I have been writing, I lost the desire to share my words for the time being. Basically, I needed a break. Not just from blogging, but from facebook and instagram as well. I’ve been taking this time to go inward and to figure out how I want …

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The Question I am Asked Most…

One of the questions I am asked most often is how do I travel so much? First off, I’m not married and I don’t have children so that allows me more flexibility than most to travel. Also, I come from a family of divorce. I consider three people my parents (my biological dad, my biological mom, and my step mom) …

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In Loving Memory of Megan

Today I planned to write a blog about the incredible Mexico family holiday I just returned from. Instead, I woke up to the news my friend Megan passed away last night. It was a car crash and she was thrown from the car. She was only 21. We had just celebrated her birthday this past summer in Costa Rica where …

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Tony Robbins is a Force of Nature

Recently, I attended the Tony Robbin’s Unleash the Power Within event in Los Angeles, California. It was a surreal and transformational experience. I walked in to the event with a heart full of hope and some trepidation. While I have seen Tony Robbins in interviews and was impressed with his charisma and passion, I have never read a Tony Robbins …

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Turning the BIG 40!

Leading up to my fortieth birthday, I wasn’t sure how to feel. While I do believe age is just a number, the idea of moving into another decade of my life was making me reflect on who I am and what I’ve learned in the last 40 years. I think we all want the same thing in life. To feel …

Hawaii Trip Jitters

I straight up feel sick to my stomach. I am in the back of an uber en route to lax. I am meeting my Dad there to fly to Hawaii for our much over due father daughter trip. I am terrified. I love my father, but he is a complicated man with a disposition that has always had me walking …

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Finding the Balance

I haven’t written much lately. There are so many reasons why. The biggest reason was the desire to go inward for awhile. Since I have been back in the states I am more aware of the craziness going on in the world. The things I see online and social media disturb me. My heart is very sensitive. I have to …

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Political Social Media Wars

The past week has been an eye opener for me. I never before realized how passionate my friends are regarding their political views. I see people I have known since childhood fighting with each other on Facebook and it saddens me. While I have my own opinions about US politics, I refuse to engage in the social media battles that fill …