Miami based entrepreneur turned environmental non-profit founder. Forbes 30 Under 30 Honoree. Inc. Magazine columnist. Always learning.
How To Improve Your Mood in 1 Week
Sometimes I feel genetically blessed. I know what you’re thinking, just hear me out. I’ve been skinny fat my whole life. I was blessed with a fast metabolism and I thank my parents (in my head) for this often. I haven’t had to work out much to be satisfied with my body, and I am fully aware that changes as you age.
The Best Indoor Plant for Busy People
Keeping plants alive is hard, I am secure enough with myself to admit this. It would be a frick ton easier if I didn't go out of town for a month at a time, but that's unlikely to change. So here's what happened:
How To Prioritize Yourself
If you tend to put others before yourself it can be exhausting, as if nobody is on your team at the end of the day. You’re so busy pouring out of your bucket to fill the buckets of others that you run dry.
A Stranger Left a Note on My Car
I've been wanting to sell my car for a while. Every time a little thing inconveniences me with it, I consider selling it. Do the tires need air? Sell it. Does the windshield wiper fluid need to be topped off? Sell it.
12 Annoying Things That Ruin Coffee Shops
As someone who makes it a point to venture outside into the world for a caffeine fix on a near-daily basis, I happen to spend A LOT of time in cafes. I have my favorite go-to spots but also like to mix it up every once in a while and try someplace new. Who knows, it might end up winning its way into the coveted “favorites” list. In fact I am at a new specialty coffee shop as I write this and it inspired this article.
How to Learn While You Sleep
The concept of learning in our sleep has entered the minds of artists and scientists alike; the possibility that one day we could drastically improve our productivity by learning while sleeping is appealing.
How to Survive an Earthquake on Vacation
Growing up in Florida meant that I learned how to track the path of a hurricane in school at a young age. I remember being given a paper map and checking the news each morning to plot the updated location, then using that information to make an informed opinion of which direction it would go in the following days.
The Benefits of Disagreements in Relationships
Many couples have an unrealistic expectation that in order to be “soulmates” they must interpret situations in the same ways. The reality is that you are two completely different people with differing takes on the world that may sometimes see situations in a similar way.