Living Deliberately on Purpose


oday I write from my amazing cabin en route to Alaska. After four days at sea we learned that Nicaragua is in civil unrest. Our schedule port day has turned into another day at sea.

After a spin class I felt the desire to offer my thoughts and reflection on this deliberate life I’m learning how to create while listing to Tony Robins 2018 UPW playlist. Thinking back on a conversation I had with a guest earlier this week, I’m often asked how have I done so many things in my life yet be so young?


I smile and reply by saying, ‘My passion to transform other human being’s lives transcend through my curiosity to have many life’s experiences’.


I continued to share, you know I’m forty years old this year. I sometimes feel like I’m behind. So many younger humans are growing much faster than I. Then I asked,


‘what is being forty years old like?’ To my one guest full of wisdom and curiosity at the same time.



He’s reply surprised me and set me off in a gaze into the view from my life size panoramic treatment room window.


Most times my guest have this curiosity about Chinese Medicine. This guest in particular appeared to be a messenger and shared these incredible words of wisdom.


Reverse the aging process- Travel


I admit, I've been living under a rock for two years. Partly because of this buring desire to run my home based business so I could live a life of travel. 

The last time I lived out of a suitcase was when I worked on private yachts as a Chief Stewardess back in 2012.

The moment I made the decision to hop in my car, travel cross country with no intentions to ever  return to the old stale life, I literally gained 10 year of my life back. 


Traveling keeps us curious, young and full of laughter. Our mind is stimulated with wonder.  Im creating that life right now.  I took a trip cross country from Fl to LA in late November.

Several epic experienced and stories along my journey makes me crave more.


The first big deal was a nights stay in an Airbnb on Earthship Way in Taos New Mexico. Acupuncture Bishop introduced me to this way of life years ago. 

I'm all about sustainable living and living off grid. Living in an Earthship put all that into perspective. On Earthship Way, one can attend training to build a home


out of recycled materials and dirt making a home look totally one of a kind and perfect for all kind of tempratures.  

In the observatory on Earthship Way

In the observatory on Earthship Way

It took us about four years to visit one. Most importantly we finally did and I'm still convinced this is what I want to build in the next three years. Now I live to share the experience. I can imagine a whole community built this way. I'm convinced it will solve the homeless problem and create more concious living creatures. 


The home makes its own water, has a green house inside, insulated with tires, dirt and glass bottles. Walls made of adobe and geographicly situated to keep the home warm during the night and cool during the day.  


Can't stand the cold? Neither can I, but I love the way snow looks. On the day of arrival we experienced the first snow fall of the year. I was still able to do yoga in some hot pants and stay warm. 

This is what life was like the first day. We almost got my little hot ride  Lexus  CT stuck😳 . 

This is what life was like the first day. We almost got my little hot ride Lexus CT stuck😳 . 

 Set your dreams, your goals and take massive action to achieve them. 

I'm headed back to life at sea. This time practicing Medicine. You can catch up with me on Instagram @chinesemedicinechic