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Falisha’s Story

Originally I was known as ‘Organic Wino’ but now you can call me Falisha K. Patel. I wanted to make it more personal since I’ve noticed my followers prefer that, so here it goes! I got married in 2016 to my High school sweetheart (his name is Heral) in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. We have a home in Southern California and have a little fur baby named Meeko, who is now 13 years old! (I can’t believe it!) 
 
I’m a hairstylist that specializes in balayage and work in Mission Viejo; sometimes after a long shift at work i will go home and pour a glass of my favorite wine, (Cabernet of course!). 
 

I’ve traveled to: The Dominican Republic, Canada, Costa Rica, The Caribbean, and more! 

I try (key work TRY lol) to live a clean, organic, and healthy life. From concocting cleaning products for the household, using essential oils for various tasks, and growing my own herb garden (it’s died a few times..haha).

Often my friends and family ask me to send my favorite vacation destinations, restaurant recommendations, Recipes, and more, so I decided to create this space where I share all of my favorites.

Hope you Enjoy! 

Disclaimer: This is for fun! So lighten up and don’t judge me LOL

Can’t a girl just get a #BASIC picture drinking coffee without a bird flying over her head?🕊💩🙈
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READ THIS:
What are you afraid of losing? Start with the externals: Is it your car, your house, your looks? Write down everything you think of. Now think about the internals: your reputation, your status, your sense of belonging? Write those down too. These combined lists are likely to be the greatest sources of pain in your life—your FEAR of having these things taken away. Now start thinking about changing your mental relationship with those things so that you are less attached to them. REMEMBER—you can still fully love and enjoy your partner, your children, your home, your money, from a space of non-attachment. It’s about understanding and accepting that ALL THINGS are temporary and that we can’t truly own or control anything, so that we can fully appreciates these things and they can ENHANCE our life rather than be a source of griping and fear. What better way to accept that children eventually go off to live their own lives and call you once a week, if you’re lucky?
This is a lifelong practice, but as you become more and more accepting of the fact that we don’t truly own or control anything, you’ll find yourself actually ENJOYING and VALUING people, things, and experiences more, and being more thoughtful about which ones you choose to include in your life.’ - Jay Shetty
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This is Page 57 from ‘Think Like A Monk’ by Jay Shetty. I feel like I HAD to share this with you, and hope that it helped even 1 person today❤️
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Also, This is the book I’ve been posting in my stories, you can find this book linked in my bio and it’s in my favorite list called ‘Stuff I Love.’ 😊
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Cheers to 2020 being OVER!🙏 I’m sure I can speak for everyone that can’t wait to say... BYE FELICIA!✌️
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This year has been such a roller coaster ride for everyone I’m sure! I myself have had some big not so good changes with work and life in general but at the end of the day I’m THANKFUL for my health and the health of my family and friends🙏I don’t take that for granted❤️#bye2020

Also, KEEP an eye out for JAN 1st! I’ll be posting a BIG New Years Day GIVEAWAY!! ❤️
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Happy Holidays from my family to yours!🎄Hope everyone is enjoying this week with lots of Holiday movies and of course Wine!🍷❤️ #thankfulgratefulblessed #happyholidays ...

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