I think most of you who read this will agree, we all waste alot of time. Some big stealers of our time include not listening to wise advice, waiting on that "ideal" moment, letting your feelings of being Non-confident keep you from taking action, not giving yourself enough credit for what you have done right, letting another whole day go by without doing one item on your "to do" list. I am sure if I keep thinking I could add many more items to this list!
So my friend I am giving you a shove...... Go have a great day! don't wait, just get up and get moving!
Rethink applying some of the wise advice recently given to you, don't let feeling uncomfortable or unsure of yourself allow you to lose an opportunity.... , give yourself credit for what you have accomplished... get going on that bucket list, NOW! I am preparing for a 9 day trip the first of January to Los Angeles. I am nervous, I am not feeling so confident, I am feeling unqualified for th…
nothing like a trip to New York City to soak in the energy and fashion vibes of
the Big Apple! The city that never sleeps, kinetic life on every corner and oh
the street style fashion one can immerse themselves in!
I recently joined my longtime friend Recording Academy member Clayton Mann (Chicago) in NYC for
the 60th annual Grammy Awards.
Clayton who was admitted into The Recording Academy at the age of 13 is
a singer-songwriter and touring artist.
He has toured with the national, Teen Nation Tour. Clayton currently
performs as a solo artist and travels to Nashville to work on new music. If you keep up with me you know I am a singer-songwriter in
tandem with a budding modeling career. I have known Clayton since my touring
days on Teen Nation. My recent single release, American Wild, has received
attention from industry tastemakers which has landed me in Nashville and
Atlanta studios working on a new EP. I am currently set to release my newest single …
I recently got to spend a week in New Orleans also known as " The Big Easy". History permeates this city from the French Quarter to the Garden District and beyond. The side streets, the French Market, St. Charles Avenue Trolley, Magazine Street and the historic homes have filled many a manuscript with ghost stories and legends.
Here are a couple of things I found that were not easy about, The Big Easy .
1. Where to eat,Bonjour comment puis-je decider!!! the discussions would start at breakfast on where to eat for lunch or dinner. The choices seem over whelming, but something that works for me when I travel is to zero in on location and the types of food I personally enjoy. When in NOLA I gravitate towards Cajun and French cuisine. Olde Nawlins Cookery ( 205 Bourbon Street ) and the deli counter at Rouses Lower Garden District are equally worthy for winning top place for #crawfish. The La Petite Grocery Lower Garden District had sublime crab stuffed beignets and a wonderf…