Category Archives for "Travel"
The difference between travel that transforms you and just another vacation with photographs and fond memories isn’t chance. I don’t know about you, but I’ve experienced both. Pictures and laughter are great, but not what really inspires me to travel. Transformation does. Connection with myself, others and the world. A deeper sense of meaning that […]Continue reading
(If you’re ready to stop worrying about money, this article is for you!) Are you interested in learning how release your financial worries and value your true gifts so deeply that you allow yourself to earn abundantly from them? Today, I’d like to talk about how to stop worrying about money from both a […]Continue reading
“This is why you came to Bali,” Mark said, looking directly into my eyes, in that all seeing way he has. Piercing, but kind. This is what heals your heart. We were moving and breathing. Yoga, yes, but not the kind you usually do with fast music and breathless, sometimes mindless postures where the […]Continue reading
My mind has been blown. A core wound so deep that it subconsciously controlled my entire life has been illuminated. In many ways, I knew this intellectually. But that’s the spiritual journey, to know something and over time, feel it on a cellular level. That’s when healing happens. I feel simultaneously free and broken open. […]Continue reading
My heart was high from splashing around in the turquoise water of Hanakapi’ai Beach, two miles in on Kauai’s famed Na Pali Coast trail. I couldn’t wait to capture it all on Instagram. The waves crashed on the beach’s beautiful rocks where fresh water spilled into the ocean. I leaned down to get a better vantage point for […]Continue reading
It’s the ultimate question: should I stay or should I go? The consequences are high: Make the wrong decision and you might end up in a worse situation. Stay and you might miss out on the dream life waiting just around the corner. How do you decide? It’s not always easy, but we can fine-tune our ability to choose. Here […]Continue reading
Amid the center of a dust ball kicked up by rickety vans traversing a bumpy and dry, remote dirt road in Costa Rica, lies the town of Santa Teresa. This is where cool-kid Argentinian 20-somethings on a gap year come to surf, their tanned and toned bodies zooming up the main road, the spine of the town. […]Continue reading