I’m Andrea Duclos (more commonly known as Drea). I reside in South Florida where I live as simply, naturally and as happily as possible. I travel as much as I can, more often than not with my amazing six year old daughter. Outside of travel, I’ve got a big love for simple pleasures, cooking, natural living, veganism, gardening, home and design—- and all things creative and aesthetically pleasing.
This blog is a space where I share all the things I love most along with all the random thoughts flowing through my head everyday. It’s a bit off-beat, super colorful, and full of as much life as I can hold on to. I hope you enjoy your time here while you take a peek into my everyday life of big hopes and dreams.
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