An encounter with some bright little girls at a kid's birthday party made me wonder,
at what point in our lives do we as women stop asking for what we want?
At what point do we stop being who we are?
Content from around the world that deserves a repost.
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Famed for its beaches, laid-back fishing villages, as well as its Portuguese-inspired architecture, Goa's easygoing spirit is giving rise to its native entrepreneurs to create, well, Goan spirits. From gin, craft beer, and vodka, three young businesses explore and find the ingredients described as "India in a bottle."
There are many layers to who we are just as there are many chapters in our book of life. For Jessica Huie, hers is a story about learning and discovering her purpose during perhaps the most difficult times in her life. Even at the height of her success as a PR maven, she realised her purpose lay within helping others discover theirs.
One day. A phrase we all use to describe when we will start living the life of which we dream. The day, we will be doing that which brings us joy, pleasure, and even meaning. But transformational coaches say, we have to be doing that thing every day, no matter how little, practicing what our future self wants today.
Her milkshake brought all the boys to the yard but now Kelis is dreaming bigger. A farm full of produce and a burgeoning empire. It all started with a desire to slow down and be at peace with the land in her new home, a farm south of L.A. It has instead, become her school, her life, and her legacy for her kids.
For interiors duo Austin Moro and Eliza Dabron, life is about finding those things that inspire creativity and calmness. Their business Moro Dabron, was born from a desire to create pieces for the home that reflect all that illicit a sense of joy--be it a shape or a scent. Resulting in a capsule collection that is elegant and classic.