bermuda. my love. life.

Namaste blog family I'm back in Bermuda at the moment. As I've mentioned, work has required me to travel here from time to time over the past 12 months. One day I hope to holiday here. Work days are super long when I visit these parts. I work until midnight usually and return to the office at eight. It's a good thing I love my job, otherwise... I might be cranky. Alas, work no longer makes me cranky. Working in the guts of New York City (and of...

books. frangelico. lime. bermuda.

Certain aspects of my writing process are predictable. I tend to teeter between manic binges of writing and reading. A writing professor of mine once said, "If you want to improve your writing, read more." I don't necessarily agree with this. In fact, I think a lot of authors sound too much like what they like to read. I digress. Naturally as a Writer, I sweat words on a page. So every few months, once I've spilt enough syllables to keep me...

breakfast in bermuda

Wearing black in Bermuda sets a fast impression that you might be on your way to a funeral. Unless it’s accompanied with a tie or stockings. In that case, tourists and locals alike can tell. You’re in town on business. You’ve hopped the short flight from New York to Hamilton to speak in numbers. Talk in terms of billions. Terms you never imagined engaging in. When you drink two Bloody Marys with your toast for breakfast at a local cafe,...

inside independence

So here's the thing, completely having my days to mySelf with no requirement of meeting anyone else's requests or expectations is essentially the best thing to go down in the past 42 years that I've been strolling around. I spend a lot of time at the beach. I take the puppies on two massive walks every day that probably accomodate about 25% of my waking hours. As of late I'm learning and practicing art therapy. I just finished my yoga practice....

never a brand

I will never be a brand. A publisher or PR person will have an issue with this. And all this associates with why I've never wanted my ART to be my salary. Money is gross. The world has been built and warped in westernised ways where it takes bread to get by. I get that. That's why I worked for so long with the trust in our higher power that freedom would eventually find me and give me the capacity to help and do my greatest good. I'm swimming...
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