In celebration of the launch of my new blog and website, Brian and I took a little trip to New York City.
Travelling is one of the ways I stay inspired. And New York City did not disappoint.
Whenever Brian and I travel, we love to walk around and explore. We prefer not to make any plans.
Part of what I adore about travelling is that it gets me out of my comfort zone, helping me see new things and realigning with spontaneity. There’s nothing better than walking home after a fabulous meal and coming across a quaint little pub with a jazz band playing, then hopping inside for a bit and staying all night, dancing and getting to know new people that in that moment seem to have turned up at the perfect time. And I can’t wait to see where it all leads.
That’s how our entire trip went… full of friendliness, positivity and serendipity. And I always ask for more of that in my life. Here are a few snapshots from New York City…
We found ourselves at the MET, wandering Brooklyn, Central Park and Times Square. And I had tickets to see one of my favorite authors, Neil Gaiman and his wife Amanda Palmer, which was incredibly inspiring.
I was reminded to keep finding inspiration in the little things, knowing the importance of following my own heart and sharing my story.
ps. If you are looking for a little extra inspiration, I am honored to share my story over on my friend Danielle Daniel’s blog along with so many other beautiful artists in support of her super inspiring new book, Sometimes I Feel Like A Fox.