Original works on mindfulness & balance from personal experiences.
Original works & understandings from a lifetime of travel.
I found a method to the madness, here’s my remedies for recharging after a long travel binge. I try to get my mind, body, and emotional well-being restored & renewed.
I didn't plan this... a life of travel. It came to me like a disease, the persistent urge to see, do, experience, smell, taste, touch new and curious things.
To see a country's naturalness crippled by tourism, imports, plastics...it just felt wrong. I don't need to be an environmentalist, economist, or scientist to see that. Just being human will do.
As wicked and, at times, unpredictable as she can be. The more time, patience, and understanding you devote to her, the more at ease you find yourself.
Original works of making & learning from my professional and unprofessional mistakes.
Ninety Collective is a two-part venture that offers experiences & a creative agency/collective. We f*cking love people, culture, travel, and life in general and we want to share our experiences with you.
This is my point of view on how to start making your own hours, taking on clients, & design your days the way you dreamed.
I decided to go freelance because I realized I had a skill and, more so, I did not want to come into the same office & do the same work over and over again.
For God sakes, don't work for free.
My untethered opinion on self-expression.
The Fifth Element was directed by French director Luc Besson. This film has incredibly progressive themes, from a mixed race cast, black president, combatting all evil with love, and the “fifth element” or supreme perfect being we’re all meant to protect is woman! …wow just wow.
From Hansen's Mmmbop, boy bands, Britney, Christina, Gwen... to Freddy Prince Jr.'s side burns, chunky shoes, and everything in between, it was the fucking best.
I'm no big-city dweller, but Brookyln is most definitely (so far) my favorite part of New York City. Immediately getting off the subway, you feel an air of realness vs. the polished and perfumed versions of NYC like Soho.