Burning man entires #1 It’s been just over three months now since I returned from my first Burn. The experience of Burning Man was completely beyond anything in my wildest dreams. I had been fiending to go to Burning Man (BM) for about 5 years, ever since I first heard about it. But I was so out of the loop of how to actually get myself there and I didn’t have any friends or connections to follow. A couple years ago I finally made a Burner profile so at least I would know when tickets went on sale, but I never got a ticket waiting in the online queue.
Join us as my beautiful six year old niece, BronxLee and I guide you through a short mindfulness meditation. That’s right, not only can she “hold a meds”, she will be guiding you through this practice! This meditation was filmed in support of the Tmrw.Tday festivals Konscious Kids program at Irie Soul Beach, in Negril, Jamaica. Our third annual gathering will be taking place April 30 – May 5th, 2019!! Peace, Light & Love abundantly from BronxLee and I! Xx
Sitting here on yet another gloriously warm sun-shining day, I’m filled with gratitude. As I reflect on all the abundance and opportunities I have been blessed with this year, I’m amazed we’re only half way through 2018. I cannot wait to see what is yet to come. One of the things that stands out most is the successful completion of Tmrw.Tday 2018. The energy that came together, the tribe that was formed and the high vibrations I’m still feeling from the whole experience are still flowing. I’ve been reliving the magic at Tmrw.Tday through the newly released photo gallery and with the anticipation of our exclusive members only Tmrw.Tday2019 pre-sale launching in a couple weeks! (To
As we gear up for year two of Tmrw Tday in Negril, Jamaica, and today being Earth Day, I am reflecting on last year’s movie screening. The film A Plastic Ocean, was screened at the festival, and has since had a huge impact on me. If you didn’t read my blog, Peek Under the Ocean, you should. The impact and effects of plastic waste on our planet and sea life is dire. I have noticed that over the past year both my husband and I have become very conscious about our consumption of plastic. Saying no to plastic bags, straws, only using paper plates and cups for events, even supplying my
Anytime I come across a business or a brand with a clear vision to help heal and clean up the world, I am so drawn to them. That is exactly what happened when I found the, Chic Made Consciously (CMC), booth at a festival last summer and met beautiful goddess named, Cassandra, at a festival this summer. Her custom hand made designs come from Bali, Indonesia from an artisan who passionately transforms waste on the island. Cassandra’s line of handcrafted beautiful chic fashion accessories are made from repurposed tire inner tire tubes. in 2014, she travelled to Bali, where “she learnt about the unfortunate circumstances with tire waste on the island and all over