Looking for a beachy read?
Take a scroll through an endless summer of island life posts below:
In my last post, I shared that I was searching for a new Head Woman to take the helm of the Women Who Live on Rocks community and wow - you all really delivered! I received so many emails packed with stories from women who were interested to find out more about the...read more
Hello, island souls. I hope this post finds you well and still able to enjoy your beautiful islands while isolating. I have an opportunity that I'd like to share—something that perhaps some members of this incredible community will find exciting. Here's the big news:...read more
When I recall growing up on Bath Island (twenty miles of open water from Vancouver and adjacent to lovely Gabriola Island), memories are as much about being on the water as being on land. We were in and out of small boats all day long. All supplies came from Gabriola...read more
I’m back. Writing about something very familiar and very dear to me. Mangos. More than 5 years have gone by, and mangoes are still the love of my life. I’ve expanded the places I’ve been able to eat mangos: St. Lucia, Grenada, St. Vincent, and, of course, my old home,...read more
Mauritius is known for its markets and as a newbie to the island, I thought I would give shopping at “The Market” a bash. That was my first mistake. You don’t give shopping at the market “a bash” because it WILL bash you. Allow me to explain... I donned my...read more
As a medical professional, I follow the classic stereotype of being a horrible patient. I don’t like going to the doctor, and I try to avoid it at all costs. Since living on the island of Curacao, I’ve been lucky enough to not need a doctor (Knock on wood! Yes, I’m...read more