Yelp: Live at Tabernacle (Atlanta) was held a week ago on Saturday, August 9, and even in spite of the bad thunderstorms that may have deterred some guests, it was an active social scene for singles and couples who came out in droves to sample products, hear live music, network and just have FUN! Just a few of my favorites from the night were henna tattoos by Miracle Beauty Salon (beautiful artistic hand designs); onli sparkling flavored water, Zico chocolate coconut water, Honest Tea (refreshingly delicious, natural and healthy drinks); Hokulia shaved Hawaiian ice (mouthwatering); Caja Popcorn (tantalizing); NaanStop Indian Cuisine and Chai Pani (OMG), RA Sushi (the best); and Kind Healthy Snacks (amazing; have to try the honey smoked bbq almond protein bar).
Besides the food sampling, I enjoyed music by a band I had not heard before, Che’Zee, an R&B acoustic duo, and was impressed with their sound and vibe. I attended the event with a few good friends, but I met some interesting people, too, like Blu.J. She is an intuitive life coach and owns Tarot Bound. Her focus is on empowering people to use their intuition to guide them in creating wealth, attracting meaningful relationships, and generally, create the life they want to have.
“There is nothing mystical about intuition,” Blu.J says. “We all have intuition, you know that feeling that we have deep down inside that we often ignore. I help people to process their problems and guide them to the truth that already exists but buried deep down in their subconscious. This approach empowers them to make choices with the right information.”
I engaged her so much (well I asked her too many questions) that she told me she would offer free readings for those who email her at firstname.lastname@example.org and place in the subject line “Diva Nina Writes.” She emailed me the video that I’ve shared below. Blu.J says the tarot never lies and the proof will be in her readings and the transformation that people experience in their lives. So, I want proof, so go email her, please.
Wow, is all I can say. I saw and learned so much and definitely got more from the Yelp event than hanging out with some good friends, which was my only the plan. But now I hope to attend future Yelp events because this was an enjoyable and great experience.
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