Posts by MaVi


My husband works at construction job sites all over South Florida so in his search for quick and affordable places to eat lunch he often finds great places to grab a quick bite. That’s how we ended up at Temple Street Eatery in Downtown Fort Lauderdale. I happen to be a big fan Asian Fusion and bowls. One plate, one pair of chopsticks and a filling meal with fresh, healthy ingredients. What’s not to like?  I am not,...

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If you are an opera fan, you probably know that Lucia di Lammermor is a pretty gut-wrenching tragedy. It is also a VERY long opera, about three hours. Still, I jumped at the chance at making this my son’s first opera.   Since birth I have made it a point to expose Angelo to art and culture. Being a singer myself, art, music and theater are a huge part of our family traditions. He has been to many important museums all over...

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LuLaRoe or No?

LuLaRoe or No?


Posted By on Nov 6, 2017

The Carly Dress is a YES! I grew up with a mom who raised four kids on her own through sales. She never left us at daycare and had NO one to help her take care of us. When we moved to the US it was only natural that she would stumble upon multilevel marketing companies. She sold everything from water purifiers to ATMs to small businesses. So when my old high school friend Annissa told me she was selling LuLaRoe I didn’t really...

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GoFundMe – Project Haiti: Rebuilding 3 Houses in Angibeau “Mavi Says” used to be a mommy blog and a travel blog: stories about a family going through life with a sense of freedom and adventure based on a foundation of progressive values. As we’ve progressed, our search for ourselves as individuals and as a family has led us to find fulfillment beyond travel and adventure. After working with the Bernie Sanders...

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Dear Green Party family, I wish I could believe in fairies. I wish I could still remember what it felt like to know that Santa Clause was real. I wish I could also go to the polls and cast my ballot with the absolute certainty that I was voting for a good person that could actually perform well in office and make an ACTUAL difference that would impact the lives of those who are most suffering in our country. When I cast my ballot for...

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