Tag Archives: scuba

Friday Finds :: Sea Turtle Pendant

Handmade crafts have a special place in my heart. Even though I studied industrial design, which is all about designing products that can be manufactured in bulk, I really love the personalization and care that goes into crafting a single product. Omerica Organic is an environmentally conscious, Denver-based shop that crafts beautiful jewelry pieces out of…

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5 Things Scuba Diving can Teach you about Running a Business

When we were diving in Jamaica a few months ago, I couldn’t help but see the parallels between scuba diving and running a business. After all, when you’re under the water it’s silent and all you can hear are the thoughts in your head. So, I get a lot of thinking done while diving. After…

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Advanced Open Water Certified

Four days and seven dives later, we’re officially Advanced Open Water certified divers! Here we are with our instructor, Marcia. Yes, I know I don’t look like a diver in this photo… we stayed at the resort where the dive shop is located, so we were able to head back to the room to shower,…

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Nurse Sharks and Lionfish

Just in case my previous posts make it seem as though we’re neglecting Mini-me on this trip… Here we are having some morning fun on the beach before breakfast this morning. Mini-me is absolutely loving her vacation nanny here at the resort, and Mom & Dad are loving being able to get away for a…

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Wreck Diving

Whew! Second day of diving is complete. Continuing on with our Advanced Open Water certification dives, this morning we did our Wreck Dive and our Underwater Navigation Dive. First up was a dive at Reggae Queen to see three wrecks, a ship (the Reggae Queen) and two airplanes. All were intentionally sunk for recreational diving…

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