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



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.


  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.


    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.


    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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  4. Welcome and I think you’re after my own heart! I look forward to following your blog and catching up with you each week!


    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


  5. 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.


    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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  6. 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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