often afraid to self express, but that’s what’s so exciting—defying my fears.

The "Bedroom," allows vulnerability, within observed and discretionary parameters (of course). Many times I have been described as an enigma, and I hope to create further understanding by sharing myself and my stories. What's life without a little "Self-Expression?"


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Dr. howard murad commented that healthy skin is a reflection of overall wellness, so it’s my quest to be a visible reflection of wellness.
oh, and what a journey it is...

Skin care is important to me. I spend a lot of time researching and experimenting with skin care approaches. I'll share my findings, favorite products, and a few recommendations. If you're interested in skincare and grooming, please explore the "Bathroom." Hopefully, you find and learn something useful, and don't hesitate to leave some tips of your own—I'll possibly look into them.


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i have no idea who richard eberhart is. however, he once stated style is the perfection of a point of view, and i totally agree

It's believed that if you pay attention to fashion or style, it is an indication of being shallow. Ironically, we all take part in Fashion and Style when we get dressed. The fashion we employ and the styles we apply can tell of our character, our habits, and our affinities. Not so shallow after all. Here in the "Closet," I'll speak on the topic of Fashion + Style as it relates to myself and the world around me.


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true healthcare reform starts in your kitchen
— wellness mama

Health, Nutrition and Wellness, are a significant part of my day-to-day.  I've seen the positive impact it has made on my life. I'm on a quest to make my life healthier through engagement, practice, and eventually consistent discipline. I hope to share and experience this journey with you. Let's learn from each other, so make your way into the "Kitchen" (yes, there will be food [recipes])!


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those who decide to use leisure as a means of mental development, who love good music, good books, good pictures, good plays, good company, good conversation - what are they? they are the happiest people in the world
— william phelps

Life is meant to be lived out and enjoyed. Much of my life was lived out in my head, and in fear of the things people would say. One of the best moments of my life was with my late friend Steven, and his friend. Parked in his car in Miami Beach, we spoke for hours sharing the music we loved, talked about our aspirations and our pasts. That moment, that parking lot was like our "Living Room." After a night of hedonism, there was something euphoric about sharing in the company of others and casually discussing life. I miss him, and I've promised myself to live out and enjoy my life as much as he did, and in good company. Could I dare say that be you?


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