Lately I’ve been thinking. We travel to far off places, visit new cities, new states, new countries, new continents, we gawk, we’re amazed, we’re grateful, we post to Instagram, we hashtag #wander; that’s cool. Sometimes, however, in our zeal to explore new worlds, we forget the cool stuff in our own backyard. As for Vizcaya Museum and Gardens in Miami, Florida, I’ve been hearing about … Continue reading Visiting Vizcaya Museum and Gardens
Women’s suits have an interesting history. Wanna hear some? Excellent. In the 1870s, Paris was in an uproar over the custom-made trouser suits being worn by actress Sarah Bernhardt. She liked to call them her “boy clothes”, which- safe to assume, further pissed off those men and women who already felt she lacked the proper level of shame. In the 19th century, women were experiencing … Continue reading Red Vintage Blazer, or 90s Power Mom
Today’s outfit post has a bit of story behind it. Continue reading Outfit Post: All Black
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.
When it’s neither hot nor cold, this is what I go for. Continue reading Outfit Post: Fall Essential
As a writer, sometimes I’ve got to force a routine. But I can’t always force the results. Bonus: audio reading Continue reading Sitting Down To Write. And Staying There.
I love to give myself the gift of beauty. I’m always looking for inspiration. Today I’m sharing some of the visual inspiration I’ve found on Instagram recently. I hope it inspires you to add more beauty to your own life. Here’s my contribution. Enjoy. The darkness and light, the black and white with a splash of color is mesmerizing. The color combination and the otherworldly … Continue reading Instagram Images I’ve Been Loving
Ah, natural disasters. They bring out all types of people; neighbors with quirks, jerks with money, the deserters, the innovators, the laziest motherfuckers you ever did see. Watch these videos to see the interviews! Continue reading Hurricane People: A Comedy
Verizon is giving us some relief with data thank goodness. I’m still without power but using my phone. On a different note, we made it through hurricane Irma unscathed physically. We are overjoyed. I cannot take the time quite yet to explain the experience, although I would like to and will be working on it. I just thought it was important to come on for … Continue reading We Made It Though Hurricane Irma.
So, I’m a writer and a blogger. They are very similar but also different. How do I find the writer/blogger balance? That’s where you come in! Continue reading Seeking Advice