Cafe What?

There’s always something new to learn every day but sometimes the easiest things to know can be the most embarrassing to learn.

Today, I visited a local coffee spot in Sedona, Arizona called Creekside Coffee.

Being me, I wanted to try something on the menu I’ve never had. The one thing on the menu I’ve never tried before was the Cafe Au Lait.

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A Few Thoughts on Solo Traveling

I used to be afraid of traveling alone. I didn’t want to be seen as a loner and just the thought of having to explore on my own just seemed boring and very scary. Boy was I wrong.

Solo traveling makes me feel empowered and free. I can do whatever I want, whenever I want. I also learn to become more independent, get comfortable with being uncomfortable and develop courage along the way. To me, that’s next level badassery.

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Go with the Flow

Let your internal GPS lead the way!

I made it to Vancouver, Canada! It’s beautiful here but like any large city, it’s busy!

I had no idea where to go but I wanted to explore and so I just googled: places to visit in Vancouver. The first thing that popped up was Stanley Park, so I entered that into the GPS on my phone and headed that way.

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I’m In Canada!


…and I’m staying at the exact hotel I last saw my twin flame in person exactly one year ago. It’s weird, very weird. I’m here and he’s not.

I’ve experienced a lot of my past in the last 2 months. Really, it’s crazy, very weird and very surreal. I honestly didn’t think I would revisit a massive amount of past experiences within just 2 months.

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A New Beginning

The new and fresh blank canvas of a life cycle has begun for me. I’m in Morro Bay, California.

Yesterday morning, I took Kal to the LAX airport to fly back to Florida. The moment that her flight took off at 11:11am marked the end of a very spiritual evolving cycle. It was a tough cycle but ended nicely only because I listened to my intuition.

I’m in Morro Bay on my way up to Vancouver, Canada. I have no idea why I want to go there but it was the same intuitive nudge that I received before Jeeping off to Sedona, Mt. Shasta, the Four Cornes and Florida this year.

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