Holiday Musings

I am getting ready to leave for Jamaica soon and am feeling reflective. I’ve only been back home a few weeks, and packing my suitcase feels both familiar and strange. This will be my last travel adventure of 2016 and what a year it has been. Traveling to India (2x), Vietnam, Mexico (2x), Costa Rica, London, Jamaica, Grand Cayman, and …

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You Belong Among the Wild Flowers

As of today, I have been back in the US for one week. Already, I am dreaming of my next adventure in Jamaica, the Cayman Islands, and Cozumel. It is a short, one week cruise to celebrate my mother’s birthday. While this may be a quick trip for me, I am still excited to spend time with family and friends …

London Bliss

My third and last week in London was thrilling in a away I never anticipated and was full of surprises. On the 14th my extraordinary best friend flew off to LA for work commitments so I made sure to use my time to see other London friends and I even went on a Date (yes a DATE!!!) with an incredible …

Week Two in London – Very Little Sleep but Many Amazing Adventures

Had another amazing week in London. It went by in a blink of an eye and was so much fun! On Wednesday evening we went to a fancy dinner at Lou Lous where I met Nicole’s friend Caroline who I instantly fell in love with. She is a gorgeous reality television star and has a heart of gold. Her friends …

A recap of my first week in London

I went from hot and humid to fancy and frozen. Literally. This past week in London has been a whirlwind of fun and fabulousness. It is hard to believe that just over a week ago I was sleeping on a thin mat on a concrete floor and now I am relaxing on a huge king size bed I literally sink …

Rollercoaster of Emotions

As I prepare to leave the Ashram, I am overwhelmed with so many different types of emotions – sadness, excitement, confusion and even a little relief. So much has happened on this second trip to Amritapuri. Here is a quick recap: – participated in two yoga retreats – taught swimming to the neighboring ashram students – sang for the Onam …

You are my Whitney Houston!

So I woke up this morning feeling horrible. I had just gotten word that something tragic had happened to one of my family members and all I wanted to do was fly home and be with my family.  All day I was on the verge of tears. A friend of mine who is a producer and musician has been asking …

Ashram Silence

I decided to go into silence for the day. It feels so good to take a break from speaking. It’s a good time to go inward here at the Ashram. Every since Amma left for her European tour the place is basically deserted. I find it much easier to write and create when it is quiet here. Don’t get me …