Sunday, April 19, 2020

Finally time to share. Dubai—One year later.



There was something deeply intimate about my trip to Dubai.

Something about it felt vulnerable, to be held private from the world until it had fully registered with me, for me—first and foremost.

In January of 2019, the government shut down the entire month, leaving me pretty isolated working from home everyday. And personally, February is always the hardest month of the year.  So by March, a nice reprieve on the anniversary of my spring equinox escape from the womb—a solo pilgrimage, this time to Dubai.

After the trip I had little inspiration to share all that I had experienced, and I wondered why. Looking back at it now, I see the trip as passage into a personal period of incubation. A fragile time of transformation that was to be quietly experienced in solitude. I see the trip as a time of preparation for a new segment of life. The first necessary step to prepare the vibrational atmosphere with which I'd walk into my new segment.

Why share now?

It is important and timely now to release my Dubai story because similarly we are in a period of incubation, collectively waiting to emerge, battered—but victorious.

We are moving forward and deciding what lifestyles, what systems, what mindsets we are bringing into the future with us. Whether you realize it now or not, everything old and ill-equipped is being stripped away and life-anew awaits.

For me the work is to identify, to decide, what things authentically serve me and what I'm willing to do to carry them into the future with me.

For me a lifestyle that includes travel and ultimately an exploration of self and the world is a nonnegotiable—it must come with me. So I share this Dubai footage with you as inspiration to the personal awakening travel has inspired within me—through what I call Travel Alchemy.

May it inspire the same within you as we embark upon this new post-pandemic frontier.

I only ask that you allow the space and vision for life anew to be different and better than we could have ever imagined, and for our new world to unfold in a way that serves the greatest good in the best possible way... created in love and light.

VISIT THE YouTube Channel for (PART 1 OF 3) DUBAI VLOG - ALL OTHER PARTS POSTED BELOW.
DIRECT VIDEO LINK DUBAI PART 1 https://youtu.be/nzXrxN3NuJg





DUBAI VLOG - SOLO ADVENTURES AT DUBAI MARINA (PART 2 OF 3)
DUBAI TRAVEL VLOG - SOLO ADVENTURES DUBAI MARINA WATER TOUR - IT'S KELLS
 DIRECT VIDEO LINK - DUBAI PART 2 - https://youtu.be/ylcgtpxev4o

DUBAI VLOG - BEST ADVICE FOR A FUN SOLO TRIP (PART 3 OF 3)
DUBAI TRAVEL VLOG - BEST ADVICE FOR A FUN SOLO TRIP + BEACH PHOTOSHOOT - IT'S KELLS
 DIRECT VIDEO LINK - DUBAI PART 3 - https://youtu.be/2wOkIfBej7w




IMAGES FROM DUBAI








 















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Monday, May 27, 2019

NEW ORLEANS BEST FOOD, JAZZ MUSIC, FRENCH QUARTER & CEMETERIES 888


11:33 AM | BACK LIKE I NEVER LEFT. Eating my way through New Orleans "NOLA". The best food in the U.S. hands down! Here in Nola I explore local black history of Mardi Gras, FOOD, the French quarter, street music and festival, FOOD, Cafe du Monde beignets and pralines, chargrilled oysters, FOOD, the Mississippi River and art.

๐Ÿš€ Join the TRAVEL ALCHEMY group on FB https://www.facebook.com/groups/TravelAlchemy/ 
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[DIRECT LINK to travel video: https://youtu.be/NPbTbElja_o]

 


๐ŸŒธ๐ŸŒธ๐ŸŒธ๐ŸŒธ๐ŸŒธ๐ŸŒธ๐ŸŒธ๐ŸŒธ๐ŸŒธ๐ŸŒธ๐ŸŒธ๐ŸŒธ๐ŸŒธ๐ŸŒธ๐ŸŒธ๐ŸŒธ

 Forever Changed by Making Travel a Priority in My Life—The transformative power of travel
๐Ÿš€ Travel Alchemist Collective INTRO http://www.kmelanie.com/2019/02/forever-changed-by-making-travel.html ๐Ÿš€ https://youtu.be/AQqc7NqMtwM ๐Ÿš€

 ๐ŸŒธ๐ŸŒธ๐ŸŒธ๐ŸŒธ๐ŸŒธ๐ŸŒธ๐ŸŒธ๐ŸŒธ๐ŸŒธ๐ŸŒธ๐ŸŒธ๐ŸŒธ๐ŸŒธ๐ŸŒธ๐ŸŒธ๐ŸŒธ

Life, outlook, love, dating, inner knowing, sense of self, romance, self love, career, lifestyle all changed by making travel a priority in your life. I will show you how. I’m really excited to pull back the curtain and share the inner details of how I have navigated the traveling-career-woman lifestyle.

I am excited to share everything I wish someone would’ve told me about how powerfully transformative travel really is. —Kells, Group Leader, Travel Alchemist Collective Travel Alchemist Collective

 ๐ŸŒธ๐ŸŒธ๐ŸŒธ๐ŸŒธ๐ŸŒธ๐ŸŒธ๐ŸŒธ๐ŸŒธ๐ŸŒธ๐ŸŒธ๐ŸŒธ๐ŸŒธ๐ŸŒธ๐ŸŒธ๐ŸŒธ๐ŸŒธ

๐Ÿš€ Instagram @itskellsss | itskellscollective@gmail.com ๐Ÿš€ It's Kells YouTube Channel ๐Ÿš€ You were guided here ๐Ÿ’• Message me when you are ready 333 ๐Ÿ’• 888

Sunday, March 3, 2019

A Case for Feminine Charm at Work | It’s Kells ๐Ÿš€




[Direct link to video: https://youtu.be/L2D8M2zWgu0]

In this video I share how I came to see the importance and value of feminine charm at work. Typically, I find that success at work is shrouded in overt masculinity. If unchecked, workplace success is dictated by how cunningly you display qualities traditionally associated with cutthroat corporate men, especially passive aggressiveness, controlling behavior, power games, and hyper competitiveness.

While traveling and living abroad, I witnessed firsthand how encouraging an energetic balance of healthy masculine (assertiveness, risk taking, decisive action) and healthy feminine (intuitiveness, collaboration, creativity, emotional intelligence) in both women and men in the office enriched my experience at work and made the team more cohesive.

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To be clear, I am speaking of energy here, not stereotypical gender roles.

In the ideal, we each aspire to a healthy balance of feminine and masculine energy to be the best version of ourselves. At the end of the day, it's all about yin (feminine) and yang (masculine) and acknowledging the value of both for a harmonious experience at work and in life.

The correct balance of masculine and feminine energy is of huge importance not only at work, but also in our personal relationships. As more women climb the corporate ladder and are expected to rely heavily on their masculine energy, many times the "off button" isn’t being switched when acting in more personal relationships.

Working women often have a hard time switching back into the most powerful energy designed specifically for them, the one thing that woman have a predominance of, and men desire the most: femininity. In this live video, I bring your attention to the energy and mood you carry in and out of the office and how you might have the courage to rebalance it for the benefit of your career and personal life.



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Saturday, February 23, 2019

Where have I been? | It’s Kells ๐Ÿš€










[Direct link to video: https://youtu.be/Cw6ViI2cCwg]

I know you've been wondering where I've been and what I've been up to. Here's a little chat where I catch you up. Also, more on my Travel Alchemy group (#TravelAlchemistCollective) and the Travel Transformation classes I'll be hosting in March.  ๐Ÿš€


Travel Alchemist Collective—The transformative power of travel ๐Ÿš€ Instagram @itskellsss | itskellscollective@gmail.com ๐Ÿš€ It's Kells YouTube Channel ๐Ÿš€ You were guided here. ๐Ÿ’• Message me when you are ready 333 ๐Ÿ’•

Life, outlook, love, dating, inner knowing, sense of self, romance, self love, career, lifestyle all changed by making travel a priority in your life. I will show you how. I’m really excited to pull back the curtain and share the inner details of how I have navigated the traveling-career-woman lifestyle. I am excited to share everything I wish someone would’ve told me about how powerfully transformative travel really is.

 --It's Kells, Group Leader, Travel Alchemist Collective




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Wednesday, February 20, 2019

Forever Changed by Making Travel a Priority in My Life ๐Ÿš€ Travel Alchemist Collective Intro

[Direct link to video: https://youtu.be/AQqc7NqMtwM

Life, outlook, love, dating, inner knowing, sense of self, romance, self love, career, lifestyle all changed by making travel a priority in your life. I will show you how.

I’m really excited to pull back the curtain and share the inner details of how I have navigated the traveling-career-woman lifestyle. I am excited to share everything I wish someone would’ve told me about how powerfully transformative travel really is.

Kells, Group Leader, Travel Alchemist Collective

Travel Alchemist Collective—The transformative power of travel ๐Ÿš€ Instagram @itskellsss | itskellscollective@gmail.com ๐Ÿš€ It's Kells YouTube Channel ๐Ÿš€ You were guided here. ๐Ÿ’• Message me when you are ready 333 ๐Ÿ’•




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Thursday, February 7, 2019

More About the Travel Alchemist Collective ๐Ÿš€

Confident and in control, reflecting the light of the sun. Miami Riverfront.


Here's more about the Travel Alchemist Collective mentioned in yesterday's post: The Power of Travel to Transform Your Career and Outlook on Life #TravelAlchemistCollective.



I’m really excited to pull back the curtain and share the inner details of how I have navigated the traveling-career-woman lifestyle. I am excited to share everything I wish someone would’ve told me about how powerfully transformative travel really is. 
-Kells, Group Leader, Travel Alchemist Collective

What is the Travel Alchemist Collective?


Travel Alchemist Collective is a community created for passionate women who have a deep desire to travel and explore the world. She sees herself as, or aspires to be, an intuitive, adventurous, feminine, achiever, but is encountering a few personal barriers keeping her from seeing more of the world.

Her personal barriers may be: fear of solo travel, fear of the unknown, overthinking, fear of spending money, or fear of being judged.

She's tried a few things in the past, but now she is ready to do whatever it takes to cross the travel threshold.

Based on our ethos: the transformative power of travel, she is confident that working with Kells and joining the Collective will help her to make travel-transformation happen this year.


What can I expect from the Travel Alchemist Collective?


Throughout March 2019 Kells will be guiding a hand selected group of women through live group sessions (online) and individual coaching and feedback sessions (online, phone or in-person).

These sessions will be held twice per week for approximately 4 weeks. The sessions will be tailored to the specific needs of the women in the cohort and will focus on guiding each to achieve her personal travel goals.

Kells, the group leader, will help her to identify her personal barriers and begin to breakthrough, create a Travel Transformation Plan (TTP), get in the right headspace to book her perfect trip, make the most of time abroad, and ultimately help her to transform herself, her love life, and her career.


Travel Alchemist Collective is about one-on-one coaching and personalized feedback to help you achieve your travel goals.


For members of the Travel Alchemist Collective the expectation is that travel will have a transformative effect on her life: her career, love life, vision of self, and outlook on life.

The expectation is that each woman will have a unique set of challenges, but a deep willingness to overcome and take tangible steps to make travel a priority and a reality in her life.

There is a particular personality that is best suited for the Collective. Those interested in joining should know that there will we an intuitively guided selection process before she is welcomed to join the group.


Travel Alchemist Collective is a paid membership group. 


If you think this is for you, message me now, let’s talk. Tell me what you are thinking and I'll tell you how I can help. ๐Ÿ’–

Instagram @itskellsss | itskellscollective@gmail.com ๐Ÿš€ It's Kells YouTube Channel ๐Ÿš€ You were guided here. ๐Ÿ’• Message me when you are ready 333 ๐Ÿ’• 

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Tuesday, February 5, 2019

The Power of Travel to Transform Your Career and Outlook on Life ๐Ÿš€ #TravelAlchemistCollective

Tulum Mรฉxico: Caleta Tankah y Ruinas Mayas

My biggest fear was being seen as unfit for the team I had been drafted for. Unfit for the opportunities I spent my entire college career cultivating.

But deep down I knew, undeniably, I was different.

It seemed that everyone was quite content graduating from college, signing on the dotted line and joining the workforce for 40+ years.

Adulting—or so they call it.

I, on the other hand, panicked at the thought of such a massive commitment.

Now don’t get me wrong, I have no aversion to hard work, or inspired action, as I like to call it… but as you’d have it… inspiration can be tricky to pin down.

Tulum Mรฉxico Ruinas Mayas


After university, travel was the one thing that consistently called to me. The element of adventure, the tug of curiosity, the slight hint of impracticality.

In the quiet moments when I would sit and ask myself, “What do you really want to do?” Travel was the response.

There’s a freedom that comes with travel. You are free to be curious and have a child-like naรฏvetรฉ about the world again.

Wonder and exploration are somehow restored.

People forgive you for the mistakes that you make when you’re a traveler. You don’t have to take yourself too seriously.

For me the best part about traveling is being liberated from the expectations imposed when at home. A temporary relief from the heaviness of adulting.

New Orleans Cemetary

As it relates to career, being a traveler sets you apart in a few ways. The right team will see you as: 


  • Adaptable, open to new people, places and opportunities, able to shift your lens and see things in different ways 
  • Intellectually curious, high emotional intelligence, able to use intuition and courage to break through comfort zones to successfully navigate unfamiliar territory 
  • Self-aware, able to see your global exposure, unique strengths and attributes, as culture add, not just culture fit 


Do you have a deep desire to travel and explore, but having a hard time breaking through certain barriers? 

Well take a moment right now to send me a private message or comment below.

Throughout MARCH 2019 I will be working with a select group of women, individually and as a small group, helping them breakthrough their comfort zone and create a Travel Transformation Plan (TTP) designed to help you get in the right headspace, finally select and book the perfect trip, make the most of time abroad, and ultimately transform yourself, (your love life), and your career.

Sound interesting?

I’m really excited to pull back the curtain and share the inner details of how I have been able to navigate the whole traveling-career-woman lifestyle.

Can’t wait to share everything that I wish someone would’ve told me about how powerfully transformative travel really is.

 If this sounds like you, message me now, let’s talk. ๐Ÿ’– #333 #TravelAlchemistCollective

Stone Henge, Miami River, North Miami Beach, Montego Bay, Jamaica

Eiffel Tower, Paris, Hyde Park London, Brussel, Belgium, British Museum, London

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Monday, February 4, 2019

Divine Feminine Expression of the Infinite ๐Ÿ’ซ

Melanin Goddess
Power is in her stunning beauty, brown brawn body, nimble mind, deep joy, and compassionate heart ๐Ÿ’›... and more... in her connection to the divine. 

A clear, intuitive knowing that she is a conduit of the divine. ๐Ÿ”ฎ๐Ÿ•‰๐ŸŒž She ushers life from the spiritual plane into the physical, her womb the fertile soil. ๐ŸŒฑ

Her body flows is sync with the phases of the moon, ๐ŸŒ in rhythm with that which governs the tides. Within her an ocean resides. ๐ŸŒป๐Ÿ’ฆ๐ŸŒผ๐ŸŒฟ

#divinefeminine #333 #travelalchemistcollective #itskellscollective

Strolling through the Miami Design District | December 2018


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Thursday, April 20, 2017

MEXICO CITY || BIKING CHAPULTEPEC, LA CONDESA, PASEO DE LA REFORMA [part 3]



Here's a little recap and some extra unseen footage from my time in Mexico City bike ridding through roma norte, la codesa, bosque de chapultepec, and down paseo de la reforma; we had a dope airbnb apartment located between napoles and del valle.

Here's where we stayed in Mexico City: https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/817291?eluid=1&euid=fc4d0805-87a8-2359-3c80-61e6503cb697 Tell Lu and Alberto Kells sen you :)

:: TRAVEL COUPON CODE ::
If you're interested, save a little money and have a more memorable stay in any city, book through Air BNB. Here's my discount code: http://bit.ly/ItsKellsAirBNB

 :: MUSIC ::
1. Jarreau Vandal - Until the Dawn - Soulection
2. Zak Abel Everybody Needs Love - Jarreau Vandal Remix
3. Jarreau Vandal - Until the Dawn - Soulection

[Video embedded below, click here for direct link: https://youtu.be/MkTPo5tViKs]

Sunday, March 5, 2017

Weekend Trip to Mexico City | Sunrise at the Pyramids of Teotihuacan and Biking through the City

Seeking to elevate my consciousness, I head to Pirรกmides de Teotihuacan to see the ancient Mesoamerican Pyramid of the Sun and Moon at sunrise. My friend Allie from my "Career Driven Women" series on YouTube invited me out to Mexico City. She loves it there and thought I would too.

I've made a promise to myself to travel someplace warm each Februaryfor me the hardest month to get through living in a cold climate. My friend Rachel from Miami flew in to meet me in Mexico City and the next morning we made our way 25 miles NE of the city to the pyramids. It was spectacular and gave me just what I was seeking.

[Video embedded below and linked here: https://youtu.be/ERX1_czkr88]


So after we hit the Teotihuacan pyramids, we jumped around mexico city: dinners in polanco at barra buena, porfilio's, cafe pendulo; bike ridding through roma norte, la codesa, bosque de chapultepec, and down paseo de la reforma; we had a dope airbnb apartment located between napoles and del valle. Rachel and I had a brilliant time.




If you're interested, save a little money and have a more memorable stay in any city, book through Air BNB. Here's my discount code: http://bit.ly/ItsKellsAirBNB. Here's where we stayed in Mexico City: https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/817291?eluid=1&euid=fc4d0805-87a8-2359-3c80-61e6503cb697

[Video embedded below and linked here: https://youtu.be/2jV0kJ-3Z8s]

Friday, March 11, 2016

10 Important Things to Know Before Traveling to London























This video was filmed on location at Sky Garden, The British Museum, London Underground, Box Park/ Shoreditch and Gatwick Airport in London, England in February 2016.

I share 10 things to consider before traveling aboard to London or similar locations, discussed in detail in this video:

1. You should "travel solo"
2. Bring photo identification
3. Bring earplugs and a sleeping mask
4. Don't over plan
5. Don't get overwhelmed
6. Take public transportation
7. Visit the museums
8. Language barriers
9. Museums can get repetitive
10. Bring American cold remedies
11. BONUS TIP. Don't book a hotel, stay in an Air BNB. Here's a discount code: http://bit.ly/ItsKellsAirBNB


There's more to life than your every day experience. If you are unhappy with what you see, be inspired to change it. I empower you to create a life you love, exactly where you stand, right now. It won't be easy, but I promise you, it will be worth it. This is your sign, now go!

Kells x

Direct link: https://youtu.be/a_dJcmPHs0Q 

Sunday, August 9, 2015

Farewell Thoughts on Dating in London


While I was in London, in addition to documenting my travels, business experiences, social and academic life, I decided to document my experience on the dating scene. I vlogged my tongue-in-cheek thoughts on interracial dating, dating Europeans who hate Americans, being called out because of my hair and being considered "exotic" as a black woman, as some of my more interesting topics. I decided to mainly post my vlogs to my YouTube Channel, where they were very well received, but to close out the series I share here my final thoughts on dating in London. Click the link below in you're interested!





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Monday, March 2, 2015

URGENT: Get involved w/ your University of Florida - Alumni Association NOW - Here's why.


If you're anything like me, you realize that attending and matriculating from the University of Florida was one, if not the, best decision of your life.  There are so many things that can be said about the doors, hearts and minds that have been opened by the opportunity. Gators will understand this wholly. No further explanation necessary.

I have encouraged all of my younger mentees to attend a university away from home, particularly UF, if their credentials support attendance.  Living and studying in a small, rural town is well-worth the sacrifice to attend a world-class institution such as UF.  UF is a tough school to get into now-a-days, but not just because of its ever-increasing "Ivy League of the south" status, but sadly because of the decline in commitment to minority recruiting.

Have you been keeping up with the news about the drastic decline in black enrollment at UF? If not, read more about the issue here:
Both articles were written by Gainesville Sun staff writer, Jeff Schweers. He can be reached by phone: 352-338-3176 and e-mail: jeffrey.schweers@gvillesun.com.

MORE FROM THE ARTICLES: “Falling black enrollment is not unique to UF,” Glover said. “Other State University System universities have experienced similar declines.” UF's black undergraduate enrollment fell by 876 students between 2010 and 2014, or by 28 percent. 

Florida State University, the University of South Florida and Florida A&M also saw decreases in black student enrollment, but not to the same degree as UF. The state's eight other universities either maintained their enrollment numbers and percentages or saw an increase in both.

The University of Central Florida saw an INCREASE of 1,000 students — a 19 percent growth rate in its black undergraduate population. Black students grew from 10 percent to 11 percent of the undergraduate population.

“The recruitment and marketing environment has gotten tougher, no question about that,” said Gordon Chavis, UCF's associate vice president for Undergraduate Admissions, Student Financial Assistance and Student Outreach programs. UCF has an AGGRESSIVE COMMITMENT to minority recruiting, established by John Hitt when he became president in 1992.

Here's what you can do TODAY:

If you feel that UF has changed your life for the better and are interested in maintaining a strong legacy of Black and Afro-Latino achievement and excellence at UF and throughout the GATOR NATION, now is the time to get involved with your University of Florida Alumni Association:

  1. JOIN the UF Alumni Association. Membership starts at $40. Money talks, B.S. walks. We know this. You most show some level of financial commitment to be taken seriously.
  2. CONNECT with your local UF Alumni Association. Send your local chapter president a note telling him/her that you are concerned with the decline in Black enrollment and that you are poised to help in anyway needed. Also, Save the Date for Destination ABA, the UF Association of Black Alumni's first multi-city alumni experience taking place on Saturday, April 18, 2015 in Atlanta, South Florida, Tampa and Washington, D.C. Be vocal about your thoughts when you attend. ALL are invited.
  3. SHARE your reflections with new UF president, Dr. Kent Fuchs. President Fuchs is currently on a multi-city Listening Tour to meet with alumni, friends, media and leaders in Florida's major cities and selected cities nationwide. With stops in Orlando, Jacksonville, Miami, Tampa and other cities beginning this spring, he will gather ideas and thoughts about how to shape UF's next era. Attend AND speak up when he is in your city or email him today. 
NOTE: UF recently hired a new Director of Admissions. Now's the time to re-evaluate the recruiting practices and get the buy-in of the new President and new Admissions Director.

We, the black alumni, supporters and friends, are here to help. We know what currently works and what can be tweaked in regards to minority recruiting. Let's open a dialog and get this challenge rectified. Step one, let our voices and concern be heard. Step two, meet with the new leadership at UF.


GATOR NATION, WE NEED YOU. SPEAK UP TODAY. IT'S TIME TO STRIKE WHILE THE IRON'S HOT. LET'S WORK TO INCREASE THE STANDARD OF MINORITY ENROLLMENT AT UF TODAY.

Comment below and let me know your thoughts. I am in contact with the UF ABA National President and will relay your thoughts directly to her.

READ THE SECOND POST IN THE SERIES: Conspiracy Theory or Truth? One Reason Why UF's Black Recruitment Efforts are Not Made a Priority

Sunday, January 25, 2015

The Expat Paradox


Paris

A few months after moving to London I read an article describing a paradoxical situation that befalls many expats, where their new country fails in comparison to home, yet home no longer fits snugly.

I knew instinctively I would befall a similar fate.

Living in London exposed me to an alternate reality. A reality that I fell in love with.

Yet I am afraid to stay. And afraid to return home.

Afraid to stay in London and be so very far away from my home... my family, my friends, life's familiarity. Hyper aware that I may lose the attention of the ones I love the most -- the ones who love me the most  -- sacrificed for the unfamiliar, yet alluring, love and attention of the unknown.

Afraid to return home to the same ordinary life I sought to shake loose. Afraid to fall back into the same grind, facing the same demons, as if the last year was just a fleeting day dream flickering off into the distance. 

How will I continue to use this experience to elevate my life if it led me right back to where I started? 

How do I face the possibility that I may fall short of the "elevated life" I seek?

The audience speaks: No guts, no glory.. You'll be fine.. You'll work it out, you always do.

As if through some miraculous alignment of the stars an aspirational life is possible without the sweat and vision required to align them.

Perhaps at this point I should acknowledge the Pygmalion effect on my life. Perhaps I should be thankful for the accountability that has brought to life this abstract form.

Perhaps, perhaps, perhaps.

None the less, full disclosure: I realize the luxury of my anxiety, which to be clear, is a fleeting day dream flickering off into the distance. 

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