Posts filed under 'Koh Samui'
Hey there, just want to share my latest project with everyone…finally after many, many months of delay I have started my newest website healthybliss.net, fully dedicated to natural health, raw foods, detox, cleansing, fasting, green smoothies, iridology, crystal healing and whatever else I’m into at the moment Lots of good info to check out if you are interested in living more natural, whole & pure. Be sure to let me know what you think! It is a work in progress, so keep checking back as I am adding new things every day!
Lots of good stuff is happening for me as well…since being back in Samui I’ve been pretty busy with lots of different projects. Last week I was interviewed by Fah Thai magazine, the inflight magazine for Bangkok Airways. They are doing an article on my Iridology at the Four Seasons – yeah! So check your inflight mag this Sept/Oct and look for some cool pics of me
Stay tuned for some upcoming travels planned for next month and beyond…
June 21st, 2009
Yes, I know it’s a bit ironic that people come from all over the world to escape to Samui for a few days of even weeks, and here I am escaping from here for my rest and relaxation!!!! But I think we all need a change of scenery sometimes
I’m off to Bali at the end of this month for 10 days of island fun. If all goes well I should have a booth at the Bali Spirit Festival in Ubud doing Iridology reading and selling crystals. Then a bit of exploration is on the schedule as well as checking out the new raw food restaurant in Ubud – yum, yum!
After that I have a flight scheduled to Perth – thanks to the great cheap sale fares to be found on the internet – how lucky was I!! So I am due to be in Perth in the beginning of May…if any of my Aussie friends or Perth-based clients are reading this and have space to let me crash on their floor for a night or two, please send me an email!! I am as quiet as a mouse and will be out most of the time as I have a 4-day seminar that I am planning to attend. I can trade accommodation for Iridology readings!!!
Hope to see you all on the road, crossing paths in our journeys sometime soon!!
April 2nd, 2009
It’s always a great time to come to Thailand, to rest, relax, rebuild and renew, to take a break from the world and have some time to reflect. With the way the world is going today, people need to slow down more than ever before, and maybe start even having a bit of fun again! The world has just gotten too boring and serious, and come on guys, there is more to life than that!!! What ever happened to just living the good life??? Being happy, free, and healthy?? These concepts have been replaced by a fear of not enough, not enough money, not enough houses, not enough hours in the day, not enough time to work, not enough time to live. What a sad and miserable existence we have created for our modern day society! So I say, snap out of it guys, reclaim your lives back!! Take an extended holiday. Get out and travel. Enjoy life while you have it!!! Turn off your televisions and live a little already!!
Life is so simple and yet abundant at the same time for me here every day in Thailand. I have the sea at my doorstep, I see the beach and sunrise over the water every morning, I run through the backroads of the island for exercise, I walk the beautiful stretch of beach 3 miles every day, I visit with friends, spend time with clients, have time to read or listen to music or whatever I want to do, I make my own schedule every day, working as much as I want to, I have time to work on my own projects, I enjoy and appreciate the simplicity of my days, I stay away from traffic and stress as much as possible, I sleep with the sound of the waves in my room, I have an abundance of fresh healthy food and I am in gratitude with every moment.
I created the life that I wanted to live, having escaped from corporate America over 10 years ago now and never once have I looked back, I work with passion and enthusiasm with what I do (finally!), and I did it all on my own against what everyone said was possible. If I can do it so can you, and I can tell you, your chances of success will be much greater if you believe in what you do and if you truly love your work. So spend some time getting to know yourself and find out what makes you uniquely special. Then become the best there is in the field that interests you. It won’t even feel like work when you find something that you love to do, that is how you know you are living out your true calling. Now more than ever it’s time to give up the financial rewards and start looking for inner satisfaction and peace of mind, body and spirit. Good luck and hope to see you on the road one day
March 6th, 2009
While the rest of the world is being pounded by high winds and arctic cold, things seems to be pretty good weather-wise here in Thailand. We’ve been having warm, sunny days – a nice break from the rainy season in November, and somehow, there seem to be a lot of tourists coming here still despite the so-called ‘economic downturn.’ Maybe we are a safe little haven…an energetic eye-of-the-storm. Well, it’s a good place to be for the moment, that’s for sure.
Not much new here; some recent days in Bangkok and an overnight in Singapore where I got to see Chinatown in the heart of Chinese New Year. Man, they really take their New Year’s stuff seriously – with all the symbols of good luck, health, wealth, safety and love – the Chinese really get into their New Year. It was fun to see all the festivities, people and food.
Bangkok is still busy with tourists as well – I don’t know where they are all coming from, but hotels are still full and places are heaving with foreigners. I couldn’t think of a better time to take a holiday really, and Thailand is a cheap place for it if you are willing to go for a basic bungalow and simple Thai food.
I find it kind-of ironic how for years people have commented to me about my crazy style of living is, how foolish I was to not own a house or have a stable job…and now look at things! There is no such thing as stable, something I have known all along-ha ha!! And who wants to be stuck with a mortgage now – certainly not me! I relish in my financial freedom and choice of lifestyle. It is so much more important to be true to yourself and enjoy your life, because we just never know what may be around the corner.
So if you are ‘suffering’ from this ‘credit crunch,’ try to look at it from a different point of view – perhaps it is a gift, or an opportunity, to slow down, relax and rest, enjoy life a bit, figure out what it is you really want to do, spend more time with your family and friends, and realize what is most important in life is not money, but simple plain-old happiness. And guess what…happiness is FREE!
January 29th, 2009