Looking for a beachy read?
Take a scroll through an endless summer of island life posts below:
With so many incredible women living in the tropics, often going unnoticed on their little islands by the rest of the world, I wanted to take the opportunity to share their stories here. This series, Women Who Rock Their Rock, features island women in all their glory,...read more
It's easy to sometimes get nostalgic about childhood and the luxury of innocence that allowed you to have blind faith in the world around you. As a child, you could do things like ride the roller coasters at the theme park with confidence that the people operating...read more
Are you looking for a new tropical read with a mystery at its core that will keep you guessing? Today's featured book, set on St. John in the US Virgin Islands, is one you won't be able to put down once you dive into it. Note: Some of the links in this...read more
I’ve always felt a strong connection to the beach and tropical climates, having been born and raised in Tampa, Florida. But to be honest, Tampa was too city-like for me, and far too cold in the winter months. So in the pursuit of the island dream, I moved to Hawaii,...read more
There are a few things that I have come to appreciate about western industrialized nations. For example: flushing the toilet without a thought for where it all goes, which goes hand in hand with turning on the faucet and having potable water (although I'm from...read more
In life, if we protect ourselves too much with externals, we lose our ability to handle Nature. And then we begin to fear it. In our fear, we create separateness from it, and from this separateness, we stop caring about it, and destroy it as if it is our enemy.read more