Living in Belize, with its tropical climate, has done wonders for my overall health, especially my skin and hair. My skin is sensitive and responds best to a minimal routine with very few products. For years I’ve been obsessed with using natural oils, and have written about my love for local Belizean coconut oil. Continue reading “Lazy Goddess Beauty: Hemp Seed Oil”
As I write this, my hair is in a weird in-between stage since I cut it all off in June (and again, even shorter, in July) – just starting to curl in some spots, stick-straight in others. It’s definitely time to shave my legs, as the outsides of my ankles are sprouting some wiry, black hairs that are kind of prickly. Continue reading “Serving: On Beauty”
I have become a rum drinker.
Y’all know I was never ordering rum when I lived in New York. For a while I avoided all dark liquors because I thought they made me aggressive. Then I learned to drink whisky, and my life was changed. Continue reading “Pure Class”
Sundays in San Ignacio are quiet and slow. All of the shops are closed for most, if not all of, the day, taxis are few and far between, and only a couple of the street vendors are out selling fruit and plantain chips. Continue reading “Sundays”