Every once in a while I find myself thinking back to my good ‘ole blogging days. I remember the downside of it . . . days where I would be constantly on and off the computer from the moment I woke up until the time I went to bed, missing meals because I just couldn’t stop my train of thought, the pressure of meeting deadlines. But I also remember how rewarding it could be . . . connecting with people from all over the world, being able to try out some of the hottest products on the market, sharing this beautiful island paradise with my readers . . . but most of all making some genuine lifelong friendships.
A lot has changed over the years . . . my girls are growing into independent and beautiful young women. You probably remember them like this . . .
And here they are today . . . Kacie (14) . . . Kaila (6) . . . Kiana (10)
I’m still a flight attendant and traveling all over the world, however, my main route is between Hawaii and Japan. I still can’t believe how blessed I am to have a job that provides me a flexible work schedule, a never-boring work environment and the most amazing life experiences . . . not to mention all the exotic food!
My goal is to slowly get back into blogging although (hopefully) not be as obsessed as I used to be. If there’s one thing I’ve learned over the years is that balance is a good thing. And at the very least, I’ve been having a great time going through my archived posts and reliving all those special and sometimes embarrassing moments that I had conveniently forgotten about.
Owner of An Island Life. A flight attendant and mother to 3 beautiful girls. . . living a blessed life in Hawaii.