The Beginning of My Island Life

It's hard to start this post because since landing on St. Thomas last Friday, it's been completely overwhelming. People always say "it's island time" and until you are immersed into the culture and lifestyle that doesn't mean anything. "Island Time" has a whole new meaning to me, and I've only been here for a week. … Continue reading The Beginning of My Island Life

Young Living Takes over SLC

Last year, you might have read my blog post about my journey to Dallas, Texas for the Young Living International Grand Convention (click here) with my sister, where we spent 4 days learning more in-depth information about Young Living Essential Oils, business building concepts, and listening to multiple motivational speakers for personal development. Now, some of … Continue reading Young Living Takes over SLC

New Challenge=New Adventures

My adventures have been at a minimal over the past many months because I've been working insane amount of jobs/hours but, the past 6 weeks has been spectacularly...difficult. I mean, don't get me wrong, getting my breathalyzer taken out of Misty was a major highlight, however there were just as many challenges as highlights. It started … Continue reading New Challenge=New Adventures

Young Living International Convention 2015

August was suppose to be the month I would get to see my nephews in Dallas and attend the Young Living International Convention. However, a few months before my departure, my brother-in-law was promoted in his job, which would be moving my sister and her family BACK to Arizona. This would me that instead of … Continue reading Young Living International Convention 2015

Something about “Starting Fresh”

Returning from Mexico, I instantly became, well, depressed. I mean for the last 5 months, my life has consisted of planning and preparing for my Mexican Adventure with Contiki and I didn't really know what to do now that I had returned. I tried to jump right back into the swing of things (work, gym, … Continue reading Something about “Starting Fresh”

Washington-ian

I've been living in Washington for close to three months, and  I have learned a few things about living in Washington. 1) Don't go shopping at REI during their Anniversary sale. Apparently, people here are WAY more intense on outdoors adventures than in Arizona. 2) People in Washington are very serious about their coffee, and … Continue reading Washington-ian