Category Archive: surf

Creative Art Meditations – Virtual Retreats + Sacred Mastermind is finally here!

CONFESSION TIME: I wasn’t going to post this video of me, because the very moment I pressed record, I was not at my best…I mean, LOOK at how tired my eyes look. (Someone… Continue reading

From Maiden to Mother: A Humbling Transformation in the Sky and Sea

Okay, so travelling in general could be very stressful at times, no matter who you are travelling with and no matter where you are going. Planes, trains or automobiles, kids or no kids,… Continue reading

learn the secret to manifesting your desires (it starts with ‘R’) with Mercedes Maidana

Well, 2013 is slowly coming to an end, and to celebrate, I’ve decided to invite a few smart, beautiful and talented women whom I’ve met during my online journey to blog with me… Continue reading

when was the last time you drew a map? the map project: an exercise in cartography

So, if you know me by now, I like to do these fun little art projects from time to time, through Brooklyn Art Library’s Arthouse Co-op. I had recently signed up for The… Continue reading

from denial to reality in three seconds

It’s been nearly six months since we left for Bali, and I still haven’t wrapped my head around the fact that we are back home. I pretty much go in and out the… Continue reading

it’s official…we’re in love

I’m gonna keep this one short. But, by all means, please keep the questions and emails coming. Our friends and family have all been asking if we’ve settled in; if Bali has been… Continue reading

be careful what you ask for, you might just get it

For weeks on end – no, wait…months, actually – all I’ve heard from my darling husband is: “All I want is to get some, barreling lefts… just a nice, clean, hollow left.” This statement… Continue reading

How I brought in the Balinese New Year: Part One

Thursday, March 22nd: the day before NYEPI 2012 Today, like most days, we went to look at the surf. It was low tide. It was a gorgeous day, post rain, with bright, clear… Continue reading

lost and found in paradise

I think I’ve lost my identity. Culture Shock. It’s invevitable. Travel does some weird things to your body, your mind, and your soul. I can’t quite put my finger on it, but it’s… Continue reading