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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