Today is International Women's Day, and I am filled with the desire to tackle a mountain, which it feels like I have considering the amount of work that piled up while I was home sick. Last year I found myself reflecting on all of the incredible women that inspire me. This year, I want to … Continue reading International Women’s Day: How to Get Started on Your Dream Life.
2017 was a roller coaster year. I'm going to focus on the positives, and I thought I would share my year in review! I officially made Seersucker Optional a public blog, instead of just the personal ramblings that I've been posting since 2015. This was a huge commitment, and especially in the last … Continue reading Year in Review
So I spent my Thanksgiving in China. As you all wake up to start the turkey in the oven and the potato mashing extravaganza, I'm closing out my exciting day. Never fear, I DID get a little bit of turkey! I am so thankful for the opportunities that joining the CEM faculty have … Continue reading Thanksgiving
It's my birthday!! So, for my 35th, I'm ringing in this birthday in China, preparing for the CEM certification course that I'm teaching tomorrow. I spent the day exploring an ancient Chinese city with a lovely woman named Pati from Orlando who is also here teaching a CEM, and who I only met last night. … Continue reading My Birthday
Hi everyone! My apologies for my absence! These past few weeks have been absolutely insane, and it's not about to slow down for the next month! I promise to be back posting regularly soon. More than soon! This week! Yes. It's certainly been a whirlwind. Usually, I try to get several posts worth of photos … Continue reading Apologies for My Absence!
We all have our own travel routines and strategies. I often get asked how I manage when my travel schedule gets really heavy and it feels like I'm living hotel to hotel. It's very important to invest in great luggage. Five years ago, I got a fantastic, matching set of purple Samsonites, and … Continue reading Some Tips for the Travel Life
Hi everyone, sorry for the extended absence! After the Create & Cultivate conference, I've been working really hard on some new ideas for the blog and my passion project that I hope to reveal to you all in a few months. I had a lot to say about this conference, so I didn't just want … Continue reading Create & Cultivate Seattle Wrapup