A few of you may already know, but I recently returned from Trinidad & Tobago on a two week vacation. Tickets were booked months in advance, and time flew by! Next thing you know, it was time to board the plane. Time had finally come!
I am so blessed to have people in my life who genuinely want to know more about my trip to Trinidad & Tobago. So, I decided to write a blog post about my visit there. It is such a beautiful country, and over the two week period I had the opportunity to meet some amazing people, visit some amazing beaches and each some amazing food!
I had so much fun during my time in Trinidad & Tobago. My only regret is - I wish I would have taken more pictures! However, I have a good feeling that I will be back there again soon <3
Stay tuned for my next post in the series. I have to tell you about the journey to T&T and the craziness that ensued! From bus rides, to taxis, to navigating the streets and subways of NYC. It felt like one thing after another and you don't want to miss it!
See you soon!
It's that time of the year again! Summer is finally here and we are about to take full advantage of the situation. You may have started brainstorming some bucket list items of your own, but your idea tank may be running low. No worries. Take a look at this summer bucket list, grab a friend or significant other and set out on a new adventure today!
Did you know that our bodies are made up of approximately 75% water? I know, right?! It is hard to believe that the water in my Nalgene is the same substance that makes up 75% of my being. Mind blown.
Water is consistently ascending and descending, moving from sky to earth and back again. Today, we refer to this process as The Water Cycle. Circa 900 B.C., Solomon even references this cyclical phenomena in Ecclesiastes 1:7.
The Water Cycle consists of 4 stages: Evaporation, Condensation, Precipitation, and Collection. This intricate cycle is absolutely vital to the existence of all life. In fact, it is safe to conclude that the same water has been on the earth for over thousands of years. Mind blown again.
So what does this have to do with us?
Simply put, we were not created to remain stagnant. We were made to move, to rise. And while precipitation is inevitable (in fact, it is necessary), so is the rising that will follow.
If the water filling our bodies and covering our earth is meant to rise, then so are we. Keep progressing and never give up!