I’m not the same girl…2018 changed me. For the first time in my life, I gave myself permission to put myself first. And I learned how to embrace the curveballs and changes in my life. I admit that I wasn’t always on my a-game with my brands and businesses. Or present for everyone and their needs. But that’s because I was being kind to myself.
The truth is that life will throw you curveballs sooner or later. And at times it will suck.
No puedo (I cannot)! In case you haven’t noticed my hashtag #goingwiththeflow in my social media posts, that has been my ‘motto to live by’ for the majority of this year. But I cannot ‘go with the flow’ anymore, and I’m going to tell you why ‘going with the flow’ is not a good thing.
Sexual women do exist and that doesn’t make them any different or unworthy of acceptance and belonging –respect! Gents, sexual talk is important and crucial to women’s wellness. And just like it’s okay for you to talk about sex and want it, women are allowed to talk about it and want it too without feeling shame. Ladies, it's time to embrace your sexuality and not feel ashamed about it.
Let’s be honest, hummus is the go-to spread when entertaining, but isn’t it time we spice it up? Glad you made your way to this 'Entertaining Simplified: How to spice up store-bought hummus with wine pairing tips ' in partnership with Patty of The Mad Table. We are two women entrepreneurs on a mission to bring people together through our love of food and wine.
Glad you made your way to this 'Entertaining Simplified: How to bake salmon with wine pairing tips' in partnership with Patty of The Mad Table. We are two women entrepreneurs on a mission to bring people together through our love of food and wine. This easy salmon recipe is perfect for summer entertaining.
We can never forget the painful memories from our past, but we can make peace with them. In my last post, How To Deal With Difficult Times, I talked about a series of events that transported me back to some of the most painful times from my past. In an effort to co-heal with (you) others, I offered some coping tools still helping me today.
Last year, I made the courageous decision to share my story. While my story has been closely related to family, I know (you) others can relate to adversity. Writing (sometimes videos) has been my way of dealing with difficult times and healing, while empowering others to co-heal with me.
Whoever told you that time heals all wounds was wrong. I’m here to tell you otherwise. In my last inspirational post, The Real Root of Anger, I spoke about confronting painful feelings to make positive ones. It isn’t until we get in touch with our feelings and deal with the source of our pain that we heal, let go, and grow.
Hi ladies, excited to host the Women Who Wine® Experience at FANSEA x Heat Nation NBA Finals Yacht Event hosted by DJ Irie. Join us for Miami’s newest luxury sports yacht event with exclusive and private access to the Women Who Wine® experience.
Ladies, love is in the air…and so is wine! You’re invited to the Women Who Wine® Galentine’s Edition Event. Grab your girlfriends and join us for Miami’s only empowering wine meetups. Our partner, Flora Fine Foods will be transporting you to Italy through a Wine and Antipasto Tasting.
Enjoy good food and wine, networking, meaningful conversations and connections, an empowering interactive activity, giveaways and more in the company of like-minded women.
So gather your girlfriends and let’s make this Saturday one to remember!
This foodie and wine lover recently ate and sipped her way through Las Vegas (the scale confirmed it). If you are anything like me, you appreciate good eateries and places to wine down in tourist areas, which is why I compiled this list for you. I even included two wineries an hour away from the Vegas strip.
On Thursday, May 26th, I headed off to Jamaica again for business, but this time, with the hubby. I had just been there a few weeks before to learn more about a chocolate business opportunity. Following my first trip, I realized just how special this project was and here is why.
This November, I headed to the windy city with my hubby. He had to attend a conference for work, and I jumped at the opportunity to join him. Going to Chicago meant seeing my brother and 5-month-old niece, while also visiting some food and wine spots to share with you.