One of the things I love most about Grenada is a simple pleasure: the breeze is always warm. Even in the wee hours of the morning, I can go outside in a sleeveless shirt and I’m never cold. (This goes for the rain as well; which is refreshingly warm rather than chilly).
I’ve settled into my return house-sitting gig in Grenada nicely, and am also taking some time to get into the local culture and explore the island. I’ve visited a few waterfalls, a chocolate factory, and as you’ll see from a recent post and video, I experienced Easter Sunday in full-swing on the beach.
Sometimes I have to pinch myself; this gig is so good. But then again I’ve had a lot of good fortune in my house-sitting experiences; check out my link below with 10 hot tips (and a cool discount) to help you land your own perfect house-sitting gig.
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Lastly, I’m very excited to be a part of the inaugural issue of the Canadian print magazine called Fresh Juice.
Check it all out below!
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Profiles & Shout-Outs
Sheyi at Epistle of Blogging sent me an interesting – if not lengthy – list of interview questions about my journey to becoming a full-time traveler and blogger, setbacks, hopes, plans, defining moments, and even my love life! You can see the interview here:
TC Media (the brains behind ELLE Canada, Canadian Living, Style at Home, and many more popular magazines) has launched a new bi-monthly magazine (circulation 425,000) in tandem with Loblaws called Fresh Juice. I am a regular contributor to the magazine, and you can see the first of a few articles I’ve written in the online version of their inaugural April/May 2012 issue: