Weekend Coffee Share: Hello!

If we were having coffee, I would share with you how my week was, the awesome articles I stumbled upon on the inter-webs, the fantastic Marie Forleo Interview with Seth Godin I watched on Youtube, how half my face swelled up for three days after a trip to the dentist and how I didn’t do any triathlon training because of that.

Before I get in to all the details, I think I owe you an introduction, don’t I? After all, why would you have coffee with someone you barely know? I hope getting to know me a little better would make you want to come over again next week for a another cup ofΒ coffee.

Here we go…

  • I’m a millennial and thus, think like one and shop like one too haha.
  • Born and bred in the tropical paradise of Sri Lanka
  • Self-proclaimed Ex-New Yorker
  • Currently living among the corn fields in the US. Not really, but kinda.
  • Avid Meditator and ambassador for mindful living
  • Certified hypnotist with 5+ years experience
  • Multi passionate entrepreneur with educational background in psychology, hypnotherapy, business, fashion merchandising & retail management
  • Fashion Merchant by profession
  • Marathon runner & triathlon enthusiast. Yet to do a triathlon race but training hard.
  • Strong believer in holistic lifestyle. Mind, body, soul balance all the way
  • Striving for non-egoic existence #zenlife

That’s me in a nutshell.

Now don’t leave me hanging! Introductions are more fun when there is two-way communication. Leave a comment,say hi and tell me something about you!Β 

Hope to see you again next week for more #WeekendCoffeeShare

xo,

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21 thoughts on “Weekend Coffee Share: Hello!

  1. Marie Forleo is indeed a genius. Glad you encountered her. I am a beginner senior citizen from Tucson with interests in art, literature, and hedonism, not necessarily in that order. Welcome to the coffee clatch.

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  2. Welcome Nori, Thanks for the introduction. I am a senior citizen and live on the west coast. I have seen many things in my lifetime and the electronic agecis hard on me. Have a pleasant week.

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    1. Hi Betty! Thank you so very much for commenting and introducing yourself. The thing with the electronic age is that most people read/consume and move on. Interaction is low or backed by an ulterior motive to promote. I’m so glad this community is the opposite. So happy to connect with you! πŸ™‚

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  3. Hi Nori. Welcome. I live in. Oregon and downs most of my time with one of my daughters and two of my grandsons. In fact, I homeschool the oldest who is 6 and in first grade.

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    1. Hi Corina! Oregon is such a beautiful place with its natural beauty. I have never been but it’s on my list of places to visit someday. Thank you so much for leaving a comment and introducing yourself. Looking forward to connecting more over the coming weekend coffee shares πŸ™‚

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    1. Hi Kathleen! Yay I’m so psyched!! I’m looking forward to connecting with you too! Do you have a blog I can follow? Usually if you have one it appears next to your name. But I don’t see one for you. If you blog, do share πŸ™‚ xo

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  4. Hi,Nori! Welcome to blogging πŸ™‚

    It’s truly such a great way to find your voice and opinions/perspectives.

    I have MANY posts about blogging on my website, but please let me know if there’s anyway I can help you, further.

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    1. Hi Jennifer! Thank you! Yes, I will definitely check out your blog. I can certainly use some blogging tips. Thank you so much for taking the time to check out mine and leave a comment too. πŸ™‚ xo

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  5. Hi, Nori! So glad to have a new person to meetup with. The people on this linkup are amazing and fascinating people. You sound like you’re going to fit right in. I’m a single mom of two teenage boys. We live in Indianapolis. I love to take walks, hike, hang out with friends, travel anytime I’m able and am a Christian writer that focuses on life in general but abuse (to the point that there is hope and always a way out) and suicide (my husband’s) often.

    I’m looking forward to getting to know you more.

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    1. Hi Joanna, so happy to connect with you!! Yes, I agree. This link up is really amazing! I connected with quite a few amazing people with this one post. I can’t wait to the coming weekend coffee shares. Thank you so much for introducing yourself and leaving a comment! And yes, there is always hope and a way out. We humans have so much potential and light within us. I’m glad our paths crossed πŸ™‚

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