#DearUniverse WishList

Here, I keep a running list I places I will go, people I will meet, and things I will do. Once an item is completed, I will write a #DearUniverse post about it and add a new goal in its place. Wander with me.

What is on your wish list?

 
 
 I love being near water.  Water Queen .  Bermuda March/April 2018 .

I love being near water. Water Queen. Bermuda March/April 2018.

Places

  1. I will visit Africa: Ghana, Senegal, South Africa…by 2020.

  2. I will spend a New Year’s in Dubai for 2020.

  3. I will do a photo shoot in Greece in a beautiful green gown like I see on my favorite travel sites.

  4. I will take family trips: Disney Cruise, Mexico, New Orleans, Blue Ridge Cabin in 2019.

  5. I will spend some time traveling Down South: Charleston, Savannah, New Orleans…in 2019.

  6. I will go back to Cuba and explore more in 2019.

  7. I will visit LA and get the full “Hollywood” experience.

  8. I will spend two full weeks during my birthday season (lol) in a place near water and get a 360 wellness retreat experience solo.

 
 Chillin’ with some  Afro Cuban  beauties.  Cuba,   February 2016 .

Chillin’ with some Afro Cuban beauties. Cuba, February 2016.

People

  1. I will meet my musical idols: Anita Baker, Beyonce, Rihanna…

  2. I will meet the famous Afro Cuban woman who everyone loves taking pictures with in Cuba.

  3. I already met my future husband, but I’ll add note about him here since he’s important.

 
 One of my favorite pictures from  my 30th Birthday  shoot.  Mexico City, February 2018.

One of my favorite pictures from my 30th Birthday shoot. Mexico City, February 2018.

Things

  1. I will complete 2 pre-MBA course through the Harvard program by 2019.

  2. I will earn my Phd in Mass Communications from Syracuse University (Newhouse), starting in the fall of 2019.

  3. I will complete my double Master’s in Business by 2020.

  4. I will open my first of three bookstores in Syracuse, NY, in 2019 that will sell my custom made decor and art items.

  5. I will teach a college level class at Syracuse University and at a local community college.