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End of a Chapter: Good Bye M*RKologie

Two and a half years ago, I founded M*RKologie. My goal was to get my name out there and create content relevant to Jamaica with International appeal. But it became more than that, it gave me an outlet after a painful failed relationship. It became a place where my ideas came to life and a place where I found myself. My therapy and looking back it has also became a digital record of my transformation from girl to woman. This blog has given me so many opportunities that I previously thought were impossible and for that I am so grateful. 

In past few months, I have found it hard to focus on my blog, not because of loss of passion but because it seemed to no longer fit with the woman I was becoming. M*RKologie seemed girlish and cute. However, I am ready to embrace sensual and womanly.

With this I say good bye to all my readers. The ones I’ve met and the ones I haven’t. It is such a hard decision to give up something you’ve put so much of yourself into. You have been such a huge support to me and for that I am eternally grateful. Your words of encouragement always came at the right time.

invite you to join me on my new journey. One that I hope as inspiring as it is vibrant. My new blog Orange Street Launches on May 22 2014. I’ll be co-blogging with the beautiful and talented Afayah Prendergast of Beauty Jamaica. 

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Let’s journey together.

Love & Light




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