Salt Of The Earth N°4

My tiny sailboat kitchen galley.

My tiny sailboat kitchen galley.

We’ve are resting up from the long sail from San Francisco to Mexico in the lovely town of San José Del Cabo. I’m busy tangled in legal jargon trying to trademark Contrapreneur, move on from Salinity, order fabric from Japan for Worth and launch my other still secret business. Thank goodness for the calm offered by the Sea of Cortez to support this entrepreneurial whirlwind. This week I’m loving:

  • I have been a hardcore paper books and library card gal all my life but I can’t get enough english reading material in Mexico so I am wanting one of these. Which they happened to just make waterproof for my aquatic lifestyle.

  • Almost out of this zippy bath that I turn to whenever I’m feeling under the weather. Or if I jump into water that I later decide was not so clean!

  • Am I allowed to want winter shoes in the heat of this Mexican winter?

  • I took this woman’s PyroTing’s class in collab with Sky Ting Yoga last time I visited NYC and she’s been inspiring me to move my body ever since on Instagram and the Nike training app.

  • Sad by all the sugar in most cocktails here, but wanting to enjoy the occasional mexican-style cocktail I went down the healthyish recipe hole. I’ll be making this, this and this.

  • I was recently pursued by a seal while swimming in Bahiá de Tortuga and was a bit scared since I didn’t know much about seal-human interactions. It’s good to know know this is a possibility.

Blossom at sea.

Blossom at sea.

Sunset off the coast of Baja California, Mexico.

Sunset off the coast of Baja California, Mexico.

Downwind sailing in Mexico with our poled out jib.

Downwind sailing in Mexico with our poled out jib.

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