Always follow your heart.
Follow your heart on exciting adventures. Follow your heart to embody beauty. Follow your heart to leave your mark on this world. Follow your heart to live exquisitely.
I have followed my heart. Through travel, languages, photography, glass and jewelry design, I integrate my passions… for you. Revel in my acute sense of wonder for life and adventurous spirit. Utilize my ability to improvise and meet unexpected events with clarity of mind, open heart, and willingness to find a solution.
To inspire your wanderlust as a global soul and to visualize more travel in your life… check out my Travel Planner Wheel – the seasons line up with months – there is a version for the northern hemisphere and one for the southern hemisphere. You can see them below.
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Sourires, Soleil et Amitié (that means Smiles, Sun, and Friendship for my American readers)Larissa
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– a Whole New Culture Is Sometimes Just Steps Away! One of the most intriguing things about traveling is the changing of worlds. We cross all kinds of inner and outer borders to find ourselves in unknown microcosms that open a whole new experience to us. The good news is that we do not have to travel to faraway places to witness this. It can happen right at our... Read More
Sunlight on Black Sand Have you ever looked at a picture of a flower and it instantly brightens up your day? This glowing flower full of sunlight is my gift to you as we start the month of October – an image from the island of Tahiti in French Polynesia featured on this month’s calendar page. This tropical flower only blooms for one day. In Tahiti, this specific hibiscus... Read More