Hair Salons · Reviews · Services

Julia’s Hair Studio: The End Of Bad Hair Days In a Great Small-Town Salon

You know when you find THE perfect hairdresser and you can’t bring him with you when you move 4,000 miles back to your hometown? That was my predicament nearly 5 years ago when I left the U.K., and I have experienced the struggle of finding a new one…until a couple of weeks ago. It turns out,…… Continue reading Julia’s Hair Studio: The End Of Bad Hair Days In a Great Small-Town Salon

Photography · Photography Course: Developing Your Eye I

The Importance Of Unwavering Faith

n a recent trip to the French Quarter, Chris and I had the chance to visit St. Louis Cathedral. I’d been there several times during my life but, this time, I saw it through different eyes. My faith is now stronger than ever before; stronger, because it has evolved into something far more meaningful. I…… Continue reading The Importance Of Unwavering Faith

Bar & Grill · Restaurants · Reviews

Southside Café: Serving Seafood Gumbo “Better Than Ya Momma’s”!

ne of the blessings of living in the New Orleans metropolitan area is that, when it comes to restaurants, we’re spoiled for choice. Having said that, it can also feel like a curse because there’s not enough time or money to eat at ALL the restaurants! Still…we manage. New Orleanians love their food; tourists visit…… Continue reading Southside Café: Serving Seafood Gumbo “Better Than Ya Momma’s”!

Diners · Nostalgia · Restaurants · Reviews

Rocky & Carlo’s: You’ll Wanna Get Da Dinnah, Dawlin!

When Chris returned to Louisiana last March, it was only natural that he wanted to go to the places he frequented in his younger days. One restaurant, in particular, held fond memories for him ~ Rocky & Carlo’s, due to their varied menu and the people who worked there. The thing about New Orleans is,…… Continue reading Rocky & Carlo’s: You’ll Wanna Get Da Dinnah, Dawlin!

Experiences · Photography Course: Developing Your Eye II

The Path To Enlightenment

Light vs. Darkness. What does that mean for you? For me, it’s far from a literal translation. The pursuit of enlightenment is a very personal journey and to do so, one must be entirely open to the possibilities that are out there, dismissive of nothing. When I lived in an abusive situation, my abuser strived…… Continue reading The Path To Enlightenment