… thank you to these amazing men of the Brevard Fire Department… not exactly what I had planned for this weekend :-(
… new booking links were set up today… here are several ways to connect and book one-on-one time with me…
Click here to schedule a quick Zoom call, or here to schedule a phone call. Or, click here to schedule a FREE Zoom consultation call with me, and click here to connect on LinkedIn.
… nothing better than the smell of fresh bread baking in the oven… my new weekly tradition when home… xo
… ham & cheese panini to-go with side of apple slices & extra mustard from Wine Down for dinner… plus a bottle of Trim that I’ll save for after this Covid-19 craziness…
… not much going on this weekend other than writing, cooking & excited to be going back to my favorite spots in the world… xo
… I needed a casual “standing” promo photo for a webinar I’m hosting next week with a fellow speaker… this will do… thank you, Kaine!
… many hours spent traveling on planes, trains and automobiles with this guy who is the best videographer ever… everybody loves Kaine!… xo
… some people stock up on toilet paper, I stock up on my favorite essential oil from Elements Spa… #essential
… stopped by The Library, picked up lobster bisque (thank you!) & happy to see Chef Johannes promoting Brevard Bites Food Tours!
… my sweet boy…. sad tonight that his girlfriend got in trouble for running away from home to come see him #shesinlove #helovesherback
… in honor of the First Ladies and Dolley Madison’s love of parties, every Sunday night we have this = First Ladies Happy Hour… cheers!… xo #loveourgroup
… Friday nights in lockdown just got a lot more interesting… Broadway shows in the comfort of yoga pants (youtube.com/theshowsmustgoon)…
… had a great time speaking “virtually” to this amazing group of Raleigh/Durham/Chapel Hill Republican women… who apparently love a troublemaker!
… inspired by a sweet soul who shared this quote: “With an eye made quiet by the power of harmony and the deep power of joy, we see into the life of things.” ~ William Wordsworth…
… reflecting, choosing to see the beauty of harmony in all aspects, even in the pain and heartache. Life is an intricate, marvelous puzzle. I am filled with gratitude… it’s going to be a beautiful day… xo
… my boy… happy to patiently wait while his mom gets her outside time in walking barefoot and listening to the birds… #earthing #grounding #relaxing
… my favorite butter was the only one left on store shelves when everyone made a run on butter #grassfed #eatclean #mywin #cheapgenerallymeansbad
…thank goodness Lowes is open… loaded up on flowers to plant this weekend… #love seeing everything blooming and coming alive outside…
… ran into my friend, Earl Hunter, this afternoon… since the last time I saw him, he started his own company, “Black Folks Camp Too”…
How’s everyone doing? Just a reminder that it’s okay to feel down & it’s okay to reach out to someone if you’re not in a good headspace right now. Asking for help doesn’t mean you’re weak, it means you’re brave. I’m here for you… xo
… if you’re looking at this, I probably love you… so please take 1000mg of powdered vitamin C each day… #stayhealthy xo
… feel free to message me if you want to know what other supplements I take daily… xo
… I’m reminded how the most troublesome, disastrous scary time in my life proved to be life-changing in the most beautiful way on the other side… a refocus on what’s really important… slowing down, self care, listening to music – I mean really listening to music, like marveling at the genius of Jackson 5’s “I Want You Back” genius glissando that starts the song instead of ending it – love that!… and a reminder that we already have all we really need with good food in the fridge, a well equipped kitchen, a good dog, warm bed, project we’re passionate about, supply of blank canvases, people to encourage & love, touching tree barks, going barefoot in the grass, and finally slowing down enough to marvel at the beauty in a simple moth that catches my attention tonight while walking my dog in the dark… so much more important and joy-filled than catching the latest coronavirus briefing video.