I have been diving back into quite a few past lives this summer, along with the healing salt waters of the North Fork, Sag Harbor, Southampton and Shelter Island. Back to family and forever friends. Back to endless summer oceanfront gatherings and red carpets as a photojournalist in the Hamptons.
But at present, as the full moon eclipses today over the incredible East End landscape and light, I am focused on the future.
Inspired by the millions of dollars I see raised each weekend at benefits I attend on behalf of The East Hampton Star, I will once again organize my own charitable events. (Follow @livingouteast for more on that).
I will continue sharing information for all who seek the truth about health and the prevention of disease. My fourth episode recorded for Local TV East Hampton was appropriately emailed in from Florida, where I moved for stress relief and nature time, the topics of that show. (If you missed that interview with Dr. Lisa Maharajh, you can watch it anytime here or by jumping to the Live Unconventionally show on the Video on Demand page at www.ltveh.org. )
Flooded with memories from flitting about in my old stomping grounds, I will go back to my Floridian waterfront womb, and back in time, to document stories on life and love.
Comedic, dramatic, and romantic perspectives include those of a war-time military wife, a police officer’s wife, a dating divorcee, the manager of a Hamptons yoga studio, a natural product executive, a photographer and news journalist.
Stay tuned! I hope you follow your heart’s desires too.
Here’s to living unconventionally.