Do You Experience Travel Blues?

Between 24/48 hours before I am about to pack up and head home, I begin to get a sick anxious feeling in my stomach, and my mood starts to change. I become quiet, reserved, and I start to obsess about all of the things that could go wrong on my flight. At times I stop…

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Step Out Of Your Comfort Zone

For me stepping out of my comfort zone means leaving the person who has been my source of comfort for the past 7-10 years. How could I possibly leave her behind when she has guided my steps and kept me safe amidst the madness? Will she understand my need to seek something new, my desire…

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Homosassa Springs National State Park

Stay tuned for my full rundown of the perfect spot to catch a gator in the shade, and a manatee in the sun! Much love from the brown girl freezing in Florida but still trying to make something beautiful! Ny❤️

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Roads Lined in Palms

Miles and miles of palm lined roads, slow speed limits, quick curves all lead you to the grasslands of Bayport Florida. Bayport is a small beach community surrounded my mini waterways, channels and creeks that all feed back into the Gulf of Mexico. From as long as I can remember I’ve called this area the…

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The Ocean💙

The ocean is where sadness ends and healing begins. I can always find my center sitting on the sand, watching the waves, hearing the sounds of seagulls and laughter of both young and old. This time of year I relish in the ability to fly down to Florida and enjoy the heat, but this year…

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Green Pea Hummus

Originally posted on Barak Kitchen:
HummusHummus is a very delicious, healthy, high in protein vegan dip that is very popular in Middle east and Mediterranean region. It?is a?dip or?spread?made from cooked, mashed?chickpeas, sesame seed paste, olive oil and garlic. ?I am sharing a hummus recipe where I added some blanched frozen green peas to make…

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Final Thoughts On My First Bloggtober Experience. YIKES!

Not sure how all of the other bloggers enjoyed the month of October, but for me it seemed to steal my joy. I felt like I was under a lot of stress and pressure to develop a post of good quality daily when that is not my usual process. Yes it did force me to…

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My Top 5 Suggestions for High Falls State Park

Get your ass up and get out early. The park can get crowded quickly, especially near the most picturesque locations. The park opens at 7, parking is 5 dollars which includes entry to any other national park in close proximity for the day. Pay attention to the signs posted regarding safety, especially if you are…

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A Lesson in Life and Death

Many days I stress over my lack of experience as a photographer, I want my pictures to be perfect. I want pictures that transport my viewers, readers, followers, family and friends to locations they may never get the opportunity to experience. If they do, I want them to feel the love of the location that…

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The Mayor, The Dentist and The Slave

One of my favorite spots is the site that Maynard Jackson rests peacefully. The first African American Mayor of Atlanta sits surrounded by shade,a perfect spot to rehydrate and give thanks for his work and dedication to the community 💕 Dr. Roderick Badger, born a slave and learned the art of dentistry from his master…

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