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Embrace That Girl: A Love Story With The Girl In The Mirror

Embrace That Girl: A Love Story With The Girl In The Mirror - Cris Ramos Greene

Embrace That Girl: A Love Story With The Girl In The Mirror


Embrace That Girl is a love story... with the girl in the mirror.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.

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Embrace That Girl is a love story... with the girl in the mirror.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.


Cris has just turned thirty and she's sitting in a self- help seminar inside a drab old hotel outside Miami International Airport. She's looking for answers, some affirmation and maybe a sliver of absolution. And wine. Thirty wasn't supposed to feel like this. Surely, she should be more certain of her place in the world, an established writer, maybe even a mother-she definitely shouldn't be eating cereal for dinner. But Cris is ready to do what it takes to create the life she wants, even if it means repeating affirmations with strangers while 757s thunder overhead.


Embrace That Girl retraces Cris' search for meaning, love and gainful employment. She navigates love triangles and career letdowns, feigns bilingualism, and delves into tarot, superstition and Santeria (it's amazing what it takes to date in Miami). Along the way, Cris begins to realize an important lesson: there is no way to get out of doing the work yourself. It's not easy, but it's worth it.

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