Hey, there! I'm Krysta James, wife, mother, daughter, sister, influencer, and blogger behind the Earthly Good Blog. Shortly after giving birth to my son, Logan, I realized how easy it is to lose yourself to the role of wife and mother while dealing with society's expectations of what those roles should look like. As I embrace this new chapter, I aim to remain true to myself; whether that's brunch with my girls, date nights with the hubby, or yacht parties on the intercontinental.

I started influencing to inspire women to realize they can be multifaceted and still live their best life - live earthy good! Earthly Good is a platform for women to recognize that they can be whatever and become whomever they choose, following God's will and plan for their life.

At my core, I am a girl who enjoys living life, serving God, and having a good brunch!

Follow me as I navigate the balance between motherhood, marriage, and living earthly good!

I'm so glad you're here! 

Click the photos to learn a few fun facts about me.

Fun Facts

I am Floridian born and raised! Some people can't imagine living in the same place where they grew up. but I love it here! 
Sn: SFL is not the same as the rest of Florida and that is not up for debate, lol! 

Florida Girl

I am married to my high school sweetheart, Jovan. We got together on 11/01/10 and have been rocking together ever since.  We have a beautiful son, Logan. 

Young Love

During my free time, you can catch me at somebody's restaurant enjoying some good food! My first blog was actually a food blog called "Heels & Meal" - cute right!

Foodie

I am a proud Jamerican! Both sides of my family tree have strong roots in the beautiful island of Jamaica. 

Jamaican Bred

I received my bachelors degree in Health Science from The University of South Florida (go bulls).  I also received my Masters Degree in Health Business Administration from Florida International University. 

Beauty & Brains

“A healthy self-love means we have no compulsion to justify to ourselves or others why we take vacations, why we sleep late, why we buy new shoes, why we spoil ourselves from time to time. We feel comfortable doing things which add quality and beauty to life.”
Andrew Matthews

Everything in business is learnable, fixable, and figureoutable.

You don't have to be a workaholic
to be successful. Really.

Travel

Motherhood

Heels & meals

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