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Inspiring Stories from Palm Beach

The heart of our mission at VoyageMIA is to find the amazing souls that breathe life into our city. In the recent weeks, we’ve had the privilege to connect with some of the Miami’s finest artists, creatives, entrepreneurs and rabble rousers and we can’t begin to express how impressed we are with our city’s incredibly deep talent pool.  Check out inspiring stories from Palm Beach below.

Jessica Prestia

I began meditating everyday as a way to cope with my stress. The positive shift I felt was profound. My meditation practice led to a series of inspiring life achievements. I became a reiki master, meditation teacher, energy, crystal, and sound healer. I also started to hold full moon beach events, and built a community of healers dubbed as the “vibe tribe”. We have now expanded our events to all different venues around south FL. Read more>>

Mon

I’m from Riviera Beach, FL. Born in January. Raised by a single mother along with a younger brother. I also have a half-sister who’s older and lives in Detroit. I grew up without a consistent father figure in my life so I played sports growing up and my coaches always became my father figures. Because of this, I developed a sense of responsibility to help young guys who grew up similarly to the way I did. Read more>>

Elaysha Bazil

I started my business during my sophomore year of college. Along with my blog. I was going through a transitioning period in my life. That affected my mental health, my relationship with God, love life, and my finances. It was a roller coaster. Instead of sitting on my ass and dwelling on what I didn’t have, I started my jewelry business to take my mind off things for the time being. Read more>>

Anne Caroline Valtin

I saw the need to develop a model that would be socially impact-driven: Anne Caroline, Inc. was founded in 2014. We are a social impact on strategists and philanthropic advisors. Through events, community engagement and development, we serve non-profit organizations and businesses with a passion for addressing social challenges. Read more>>

Larry James

I was born on Valentine’s Day in 1971. But, instead of celebrating my birthday with my family on Valentine’s Day, 2018, I was grieving with parents who lived less than 20 miles from my house. You see, that was the day that a gunman opened fire at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland Florida, killing 17 students and staff members and injuring dozens of others. I will never forget the fear that was in my daughter’s eyes, as we watched the horror unfold on the television. Read more>>

Sophie

I started posting frequently, getting more views, and supporting other YouTubers by collaborating. When I turned 16, I simply wanted to become an influencer and a businesswoman. I wanted to prove that teens my age and possibly younger can do anything adults can do. Which is why I started a clothing line called OS Styles and it stands for “Our Society’s Styles”. Read more>>

lil QONNECT

Atlanta really brought me to and out of alot of things. I met WARLXRD+2005 in highschool and he started helping me mix, then just started engineering my tracks, I can’t thank bro enough. Me and my set all just trying to get out. I started poppin in 2017 and got about 40k plays that year then I stopped. Really I had tweaked but I’m good. I got a tape out on Spotify and they liked it so much they let me keep 2 stars in my name which is WILD. Read more>>

Anunaku Tiyoweh

I was having a breakdown one day…all around finances and i closed the door to my room and laid in bed crying, contemplating suicide, convinced the kids,would be ok. I made it through the night and into the next day, as i went into my meditation this vision dropped and i saw tables on my lawn, serving dinner and decor, i could clearly see this entire vision as the savior incarnate. Read more>>

Carolyn Mercury Powery

After working for 28 years as a counselor and looking forward to early retirement, in 2008, I was laid off.  My finances and lifestyle took a major hit when my income was reduced to an unemployment check of $275 a week.  At 48 years old, I was forced to begin job hunting.  I realized I was overqualified or aged out for most of the positions I was interested in. Read more>>

Anthony Barber

For the past 23 years, Troy’s has become a landmark for good, quality barbeque in South Florida, and there are now two locations, in Boynton Beach and Boca Raton. The concept first began in 1996 with Anthony’s father, Troy Davis, whose passion for barbeque and cooking sparked the flame that has been ignited for almost a quarter of a century. Read more>>

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