Monthly Archives: November 2013

How to Fight Scurvy & Other Lessons From the Pilgrims

Once upon a time, there was a group of people who dreamed of a life without limitations. They were a prayerful bunch of entrepreneurs and risk takers who wanted a freedom they had never experienced but knew was theirs for the taking. The Pilgrims wanted the freedom to worship as they chose. Freedom to own […]

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A Gluten Free Thanksgiving

My favorite holiday is almost here! Thanksgiving…the day of stuffing, rolls, pies, and all sorts of gluten-ous offerings. Having given up gluten six weeks ago, I recently began to panic at the thought of making Thanksgiving dinner. (What will I cook?) I also began to mourn. (I can’t have stuffing?) But the way my body […]

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Going Gluten Free

A few months ago, I had what I thought to be a brilliant idea. I decided to take a food allergy test. I thought it would be interesting to learn something new about myself, so I sent five vials of blood to a lab, where they exposed my blood to two hundred and fifty food […]

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What I Know About Love and Marriage

It rained on my wedding day. Huge drops fell on our Bahamian town and left us running for cover. I paced in my cabana, fretting that the rain wouldn’t stop in time for the wedding. David, my soon-to-be husband, handed me a glass of champagne and reminded me that the weather was out of our […]

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It’s November. What Are You Grateful For?

It’s no coincidence that I launched Karousing in the month of November, the month of gratitude. Being thankful is the number one way you can fuel your own happiness. The number one way.¬†On my journey, I’ve learned that if you aren’t grateful for what you currently have, it won’t matter what God or the Universe […]

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