Broken But Whole

In my 35 years of being a chef when you get injured you learn to work through the pain. If you cut yourself you stop the bleeding, repair and get back to work. Well, on August 1, I fell backwards after giving a speech sharing my passion about food. The heel of my shoe got... Continue Reading →

Not All Calories Are Equal

In 2013 the Coca Cola Company stated “Beating obesity will take action by all of us based on one simple common sense fact: All calories count, no matter where they come from. Whether it’s cheesecake, carrots, nuts, an apple or from Coca Cola, all calories are equal. If you eat more than you burn you... Continue Reading →

A New Kind of Woman

You may or may not have noticed but there is a new kind of woman being born. She is the kind of woman who creates her own life outside of societies expectation of what a woman's role is based on hundreds of years in history. She is not afraid to experience or do life alone.... Continue Reading →

El Castillo, Costa Rica-2014

February 14, 2014, I left Grand Cayman for the second time and to be honest I never thought I would return here again especially after all I went through before leaving. Previous to Grand Cayman, I was working on Little Cayman. I sold my car and moved away from the life I was building on... Continue Reading →

Painted Church- Big Island 2009

The "Painted Church" located on Mauna Loa since 1902, in Captain Cook on Painted Church Road. One of my favorite things to explore when traveling is churches, does not matter what denomination, I am always mesmerized. Looking at the outside of the church you could never expect to experience what you might see when you... Continue Reading →

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