Saturday, February 11, 2017

Time to Say Good Bye

Nite lovers,

It's been quite a journey, and you all know as anything else in life there is a progressional ending to everything. Nothing can remain, nothing can stay the same. Things change, we change, life keeps unfolding. That's certain. That's what makes us keep going.

So it's with the most sadness I must say good bye to you and to this beautiful project I created, my blog New York Love.
I started it at a time when nothing made sense, when things were just happening to me, when I didn't know what the hell would happen to me and my life. All I knew that with creative outlet (blog!) I would be able to connect to my higher self and find some answers. At least one answer that would help me out of this mess, the mess I was in at the moment. The moment of stillness, after all relationships that took place in a span of all my 20s, career taking precedence, not knowing what should be the focus. All I knew that there was so much more and there was nowhere I needed to go. All I had to do is look inside, go deeper and keep going. And that's what I did.

I went in, I went out. I still had occasional encounters, I let them go easier every time, I got more into getting deeper inside myself. And then the most amazing thing happened, I found the answer I had been searching for all my life. I found the presence of Me. I found myself. It was big.
The search was over, I felt complete, I was at peace. Desire of having someone else in my life was replaced with desire of sharing my newly discovered unending source of love. I was overflowing. I felt whole for the first time in my life.

And that's when I met the man who would become the partner for life. Our relationship unfolded, it went through cycles and eventually it blossomed into an agreeable union of marriage.
Yes, we got married. and what a wedding that was..... The best one I'd ever been to or imagined.

I am happy and there are some things I wanted to share:

1) All 20 year olds who think that there is just no guy out there for them: Don't despair, it's just not your time. You have bigger things to do right now, so focus on them. When the time is right (for you) that love will come around. Just trust the Universe and yourself. Focus on what you can and want to do: your career, your personal growth and development.

2) All 30 year olds: So you are 30 now, and your skin is just as great if not better than when you were in your 20s. This is enough to celebrate. Don't you see that we become more beautiful as soon as we turn 30 and especially 32!! So please just fall in love with yourself. with your fucking fabulous self! This is the time. You are the best goddess you ever met and would love to spend the rest of your life with. So don't reserve yourself, go for it, accept this love and find your bliss. And then if it's your intention, welcome another soul to share this love with.

3) For women in their 40s, 50s, 60s, 70s, 80, 90s, 100s: I am not there yet, but I will be one day. And I am excited for what I am seeing, you are fabulous and you inspire me. All I know is that we get better as we go, and getting to 100s will probably be the best years yet! For now, I am grateful and excited to go with life and trust the Universe, it's always had my back.

So I am saying good bye to the blog and all of you and hoping that we will meet again. And it will be anticipated and inspired. And we will be different but still us, just being ready for something new to come, for something new to learn. And that's how life goes...

Sunday, August 21, 2016

Update - August 21st, 2016

Right after I published my Quote post I wanted to send a quick update on my life.

Would you believe me if I said it's the best time of my life now?
It is. I'm at peace with practically everything that's happening to me right now. Let me tell you being at peace with everything is key to happiness.
It took years of work to get here but I am here.

I have a great job with people I identify with. I have a bigger plan for my next career, the purpose of my life to be precise.
My friendships have gone through transformations, some had to go, some developed, and some entered.
I've learned how to say No, and am very proud of that accomplishment.
I've traveled a lot, seen new and familiar places. This year, I've been on the road every month, if not every other weekend. Yes, I get tired but the experiences are rewarding.
I've fallen in love with my kitty Josephine even more and learned how amazing unconditional love could be.
I've embraced my feminine nature and let it guide me every step of the way (more on that to follow).

But most importantly, I got engaged to the man I love. He's the love of my life and I couldn't be happier marrying and spending the rest of our lives together.

Mission accomplished. I found love in New York City and love found me. The single gal's life was amazing but being in a loving relationship is so much more. I'll quote Moneypenny from James Bond's "Spectre" (and one of my favorite quote's now): "It's called Life, James. you should try it".

So that's my advice to you: Try it. Open your heart to love and be amazed.

Good nite lovers. I'll be in touch.


I know it's been ages since I visited my blog but the most wonderful thing happened to me yesterday.
I was visited by my quote muse. What a sweet reunion that was, we missed each other dearly.

Here's what she whispered in her sweetest voice to my grateful heart:

1) There is no black or white. Every situation requires a unique approach.

2) Sometimes a solution to a problem is realizing that none is needed.

3) One learns about oneself through others. Everyone can be an angel in their own company. It's relationships with others that unravel our deepest truths.

4) One of the best things that comes with age is learning one's own boundaries. Another is respecting them.

5) Neither trusting nor distrusting people will save us from disappointment. Accepting will do the trick.

6) It's not about promises, it's about commitments.

7) Imbalance is at the root of every issue.

8) Nature heals. I don't need Xanax, an hour in the park will do.

I know she (muse) is here now, and we're going to have the best time re-connecting.