I have always considered myself lucky. So lucky in fact, that often my good fortune is a family joke and mystery. I have found $50 bills laying in the middle of empty streets, I consistently win lottery tickets, I win free stuff almost anytime there’s a chance, and my timing for major life changes seems to be impeccably
BEAUTIFUL BODY BISTRO
The world is a kaleidoscope of beautiful bodies, all so very similar in varying shapes and types and yet all so distinctly different and reflective at the same time. Take it from me; my job is to observe bodies all day long. If you look through this kaleidoscope the way I do, you will start
I watch people exercise all day. It’s my job; I supervise my staff of trainers and, essentially, I get paid to people watch. It is interesting to watch the human character that is revealed as clients are covered in sweat, struggling in pain and fighting exhaustion. This is where you really get to see what people are made of.
HAPPINESS TAKES TALENT
Dancing moves the soul in ways that words, feelings and emotions can’t. It removes thinking and compels your body to find its’ own rhythm. Happy people dance. There’s no simpler way to state it. Last night, I had the pleasure of being with a lot of happy people and a lot of dancing feet, and I still
Maya Angelou once said that “words mean more than what is set down on paper. [and that] it takes the human voice to infuse them with shades of deeper meaning.” I couldn’t agree more. Every aspect of life is simply “life” until it is sparked by true human voice. When I think of true human
FROM WALMART TO BANGLADESH
Tuesdays can have the tendency to be dull extensions of a long Monday. Today’s Tuesday has become different for me. After a week of being sick, over-extending myself to various commitments and a few too many workouts, I woke up to a terrible Tuesday. During my errand run to Walmart today, my Tuesday changed and
Happiness in Action
The great Albert Camus once said, “Il vient toujours un temps ou il faut choisir entre la contemplation et l’action,” [There comes a time when one must chose between contemplation and action], and I believe that that time comes faster than we realize. Life is what you choose it to be, so today, choose ACTION.
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