February 24, 2016


As an Interior Stylist with 10 years experience I have learned to understand people based on the way they dress, carry themselves as well as the way they live. I have also learned an immense amount about MEN specifically, due to being single during my entire 20s {and still during my early 30’s}. Both my professional life and dating career have taught me so much about men, their space, how they like to enjoy it and inevitably what is says about who they are. Get ready ladies; get ready for some insight into understanding a man through understanding how he dwells.

The way you style your home doesn’t just reflect who you are but also where you are in your life. Just as you get to know someone on the first few dates you should also take heed to how he lives. This article will highlight how you can understand the essence of a man, therefore allowing you to better understand him. Ultimately allowing for a more enjoyable dating experience whether he ends up being your life partner or simply and awesome experience along your journey to meeting you life partner.

Taking the time out to purchase art & wall décor let alone the time it takes to hang it on the wall is an essential indication to how much enjoyment that art/wall décor will provide him in his home. Women have a higher tendency to hang wall décor simply for ambiance & style. Men not so much. Men tend to hang wall décor, which they relate to, or has a significant meaning to them. Ever notice how a home with a woman living in it have an abundance of wall décor, yet the home of a man will have areas without art and some areas with art. This is because men usually won’t take the time out to hang anything on their wall if it didn’t mean something to them. With that said, pay attention to the art a man has on his wall.

If he has art of Athletes he may have been an athlete when he was younger and/or he is a fan of sportsmanship, hard work, dedication and holds a champion mindset. Take note of the athletes he may have on his wall, ask him why he likes them and that’s a great way to learn about him.
via Behance 

via Mentalfloss 

His display of cultural art can be a souvenir of recent places he’s visited or places he wants to go. It can also be a reflection of his cultural background or a culture/way of life he has interest in or admires. He probably also has a great collection of music + books. If you don’t know much about the cultures his art showcases ask him if he has books on it, or simply Google it!

Artwork which gives food for thought can mean that he’s philosophical, intuitive, intelligent and observant about life. This guy looks at life introspectively and is a student of life. He is ether a non-confrontational personality as he’s very understanding OR he’s has a very dominant assertive personality and sees conflict as a part of life. Either way he pays attention to people, the way they think, and has the ability to give good perspective when needed.

via CNNH

 via Monica Zuniga

via loveit.com

This guy is a strategist and admires Pioneers. Take note, just because he has a particular Political Icon on his wall doesn’t mean he’s a fan of that Icon “personally”. He actually may admire that icons fearlessness, intellect, policy, or his impact on society. This guy is a student of the past present and future and can be very ambitious. He’ll probably give you fun facts about these Politicians, which you never knew. He can serve as your personal historian which can assist you in seeing the world in a different way.

Whichever style of art your guy likes, always remember this is further insight into who he is, what he enjoys + what excites him! Don’t take this vertical display of personality for granted. Even if you don’t have interest in his style of art, it’s still a contribution to who he is as a person, after all, that’s the purpose of dating + relationships right? 

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February 17, 2016


I finally made it to Guyana this year {last time I was there was 2014} I went for my Grandmothers 92nd birthday and she’s just a riot! I’ve been going to Guyana since I was 9mths but this trip I had a few FIRST! My 12 year old dog Avi finally accompanied me on this trip and the 1st American Franchise hotel “Marriott” has been completed and not only did I check it out, but I’m going to tell you all about it. 

I love the use of orb light fixtures in their Great Room! My favorite think about orb light fixtures is that it adds a presence to the room without feeling like there is major weight above you. 

It’s the closest you’ll probably get to being under the stars. It illuminates yet still feels airy and open.

Below are a few examples of how orb light fixtures can be used in your home or apartment.  

I love being in nature especially luscious green plants and being near water. Georgetown, Guyana was well known as being the “Garden City” now they may not have lived up to the name over the last few decades, but guess what folks! The Garden City is BACK!!! 

Lilly Pond 

Kissing Bridge

My Mom and Avi enjoying the Kissing Bridge 

Manatee Pond 

My Mom + Avi relaxing after a walk around the gardens.
{you can see the kissing bridge behind them}


This was the first time Avi has left the country and let me tell you he absolutely loved it. The flicks below will explain some of his journey!
 Avi poolside waiting to meet a few ladies {he’s not fixed} single + ready to mingle.

Taking in the ocean breeze…

He loved sitting on the veranda to people {dog} watch…

They really enjoyed each other and that bunny eventually followed Avi around the back yard all day. 

Avi waiting on me {and watching me} while I run into a convenience store.

Poolside at a Reggae show…Yep! Avi enjoyed that as well.


My Grandmother + Grandfather started a General Hardware store in Guyana. {My Uncle now runs the store} They actually started out refinishing furniture. I grew up around great well-made early 1900’s 1940’s furniture. In addition to that my Grandmother was the ultimate homemaker. She is very into keeping a home, entertaining guest and creating a memorable experience when entertaining.  
She’s now 92 and I feel so lucky to be able to still get advice and tips from her today!

Here my grandmother is wearing her wedding + engagement ring from circa 1942-1944. Instead of a stone she she had a gold nugget on her band. I’ve always thought that was a pretty awesome idea for a ring or engagement ring today.

I love these shoes but my Mom always makes fun of me and tells me how they are old lady shoes. Well, I guess she was correct because my 92-year-old grandmother raved about them every time she saw me wearing them. I figured, why not have her try them on and have a fashion moment. I was so shocked to see that it fit her like a glove! Coco Chanel has a quote I love. “Fashion fades only style remains the same.” With that said I hope you enjoyed the highlights of my trip as much as I enjoyed sharing them with you.