My name is Laura Charles, but you can call me Laura (obviously)! I am a wife, daughter, sister, friend, teacher, coach, planner, and writer.
Now that we got all of that out of the way...
I live in Sunshine state of Florida, but I now divide my time between Florida (where I live with my loving husband) and Haiti (my home town where I have been working for the past four years).
Why do you work in Haiti you ask? well, my background is in early childhood education, and special education. After my studies, I started working at a family owned school in Haiti, where I have been in charge of the pre-school and Kindergarten. I have an amazing staff of teachers and educators that I train and supervise when I am in town, and the results have been astounding!
When I am not in Haiti or Florida, I am feeding my traveling obsession!
My husband (boyfriend at the time) and I started traveling in 2012, and so far, I have visited 21 countries, 34 cities. I can't wait to share my traveling experience with you. It has been such an exciting journey!
I also have former blogging experience from my previous blog, Chronicles of a Sick rose . I blogged through my undergrad about the frustrations that the average 20 year old young woman goes through while trying to find herself. My latest blog is dated 2014. I haven't blogged since, because I was going through a transition period of my life. A transition that transformed a sick rose to a blooming rose.
Throughout those three years, my former readers have always reached out to me about blogging again. I was reluctant to get back to blogging, because I felt like I loved my life exactly how it was going, and didn't feel the need to share my life with everyone. But I also realized that even when I was in a different place in my life, I inspired people to make it through the next day. I was encouraging someone, even when I was going through tough times. Now that I am aware that I am chosen, I have all the more reasons to open up about my self, in light of inspiring every single person to go after the life they deserve to live.