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Yourself

Carpe Diem, Ocean of Posts, Quotes

Speaking from the heart is in my opinion beautiful. There is something heroic about being able to share your thoughts without masking your true feelings.  It takes gut to do it, because either way there will always be people who…

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Erin Schrode – Interview

Interviews, Ocean of Posts

Global Wanderer. Optimist. Green Girl. Humanitarian. Educator. Activist. Speaker.…  The White House described her as ‘A dynamic, passionate, and ambitious young woman committed to creating big change.’  Erin Schrode is a few years younger than me, but her resume is…

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More than just a brand

Ocean of Posts

What is your favorite kind of brand? What makes a good brand? My favorite kind of brand has changed over the years. I don’t know what caused it but I support brands more that give something good back to the…

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Petra

Ocean of Posts, Travel Adventures

After a long morning of traveling by coach and a walk in the blazing afternoon sun, this was my reward. That very first glimpse of ‘The Khazneh el Faroun’ or ‘Treasury Of The Parooh’ in Petra was a moment where…

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New Beginning

Ocean of Posts

First of all a very happy 2016 to everyone!! BFellicious.com is back. I kind of lost my blogging vibe last year. I was stuck in reverse and I didn’t see a way to move on. But the good news is…

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Life is like a cup of tea

Carpe Diem, Ocean of Posts

In Italy I had the perfect mornings. The first rays of sunshine on my face, the chirping of birds, the view of lemon trees and wooden greenhouses, paper and pen. The perfect ‘cup of tea’ for me. Surrounded by nature,…

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Islands In The Sea

Ocean of Posts

Sunlight paints a rock formation in the Galápagos Islands. Cruise passenger Mary E. Mackey was relaxing on deck after a shore excursion when she noticed the evening light. Not having her 35mm camera with her, Mackey captured the image with…

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Surface

Ocean of Posts, Quotes

‘There is nothing wrong with enjoying looking at the surface of the ocean itself. Except when you finally see what goes on underwater, you realize that you’ve been missing the whole point of the ocean.’ Dave Barry

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