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4 Airports to St. Croix, USVI – Or Bust!

In Insight, Inspiration by Sarah2 Comments

Have you ever planned for a journey, a long-awaited trip, chance of a lifetime, a monumental life change? Only then find yourself having to wait for 6 months to actually MAKE the change or take the trip? IT. IS. EXCRUCIATING!!! You plan and wait. Plan and wait. Plan and wait. Until one day…THE day finally arrives. Then you start questioning…well…at …

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Farewell UTAH!

In Inspiration, Self-Discovery by Sarah1 Comment

Today was our last FULL day in Utah. This has been a whirlwind of a month. May has both blown by and felt like it dragged on. We have spent some great nights with family and friends laughing, talking, and saying goodbye. May is busy as it is without adding moving into the mix. Instead, it seems we figured – …

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Shipping a Car to St. Croix, USVI

In Inspiration, Projects by Sarah4 Comments

Have you ever shipped a car? Anywhere? No, you say? Yeah, me neither. Stewart and I went back and forth about this one. Ship a car – don’t ship a car. Buy a car on island. Don’t buy a car on island. Buy a car from Miami and ship it. Sell all cars and just ride a @#$!# bike everywhere! …

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Choose Change ~ Create!

In Inspiration, Self-Discovery by Stewart0 Comments

How does change drive creativity? And why is creativity so important today? Here are some coherent thoughts (or maybe just of my rambling ones) about the importance of change and creativity in contemporary society. I have a great friend (also a theatre teacher) who moves schools about every 6 to 8 years. I was very confused as to why she …

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Why Failure is Always an Option

In Inspiration, Self-Discovery by Sarah0 Comments

“Weren’t you a BeachBody Coach?” someone asks me. I answer, “Why…yes, yes I was a BeachBody Coach…for approximately 2 seconds…ok really…5 months.” Then I was a failure! Complete and utter failure! Now before you worry that I am shaming myself or judging myself too harshly, DON’T. Failure is ALWAYS an option. Failure is NECESSARY. I used my failure to succeed. …