Buddhaful Britt

C'mon Inner Peace… I Don't Have All Damn Day

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Picture this… New Jersey 1970’s

A wild child was born; she could not sit still or quench her desire to see the world. This young girl with a gypsy soul packed her bags, moved to New York City and never looked back.

She rented a small studio apartment on west 30th street where contentment found her for the first time. She lived happily in Manhattan for nearly two decades where she gave birth to an adorable son named Cairo.


A tragic turn of events landed this city-girl and her son on a different kind of island; one much smaller and less trendy than Manhattan…

…A very small town where the food is fried, the people are too religious and Jimmy Buffet is king.

Suburban life felt like a low-budget B movie to her; it was as if she was suddenly living in a weird sitcom much like the old TV show “Northern Exposure.”

This sassy city-mom was completely alone trying unsuccessfully to fit-in with the local mothers and island life…

So she threw away her high heels; bought some flip-flops and turned inward to re-invent herself.

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Buddhaful Britt is my story; it was created as an online magazine with monthly articles offered to subscribers and guests alike.  These short stories can be funny and sarcastic like the Jersey Girl I am; while other times I share inspirational life lessons, or detail the interesting places we have traveled.

In hopes of escaping my island paradise one day, I became a thirty something journalism student at the University of South Florida. I am also a co-writer for the City Moms network in the Tampa Bay area. <–Click.

Recently though, portions of my page have morphed into the most beautiful love story about a Jersey Girl marrying the man of her dreams, a Sikh from New Delhi… and the hilarity that ensues.

Read what The Artful Club has to say about Buddhaful Britt, which was listed as “One of the Most Interesting Travel Blogs to Follow:”



Subscribe to Buddhaful Britt in the sidebar to the right —>

My personal narrative —> “When Time Flies”

Sponsers: Lantie Foster of Project Runway; –> FreelanceFashionDesigner.NYC

My Sikh wedding photos and story —> Today, I Call You My Husband

Our love story made headlines on “Her Campus” read about it here:  LOVE UNEXPECTEDLY

Buddhaful Britt made the list of Top Travel Blogs to Follow: The Artful Club

Freelance opportunities and Advertising info:  email Britt BuddhafulBritt@gmail.com



Follow our story below:

Your Boyfriend is From India? pt1 —> HERE

Your Boyfriend is from India?  pt 2  —> HERE

His Indian Parents Don’t Accept You? —> HERE

Jersey Girl and the Sikh—> HERE

My Indian Boyfriend pt 1—>HERE

My Big Fat Sikh Wedding: Prelude —> HERE

My Big Fat Sikh Wedding: Showtime —> HERE

My Big Fat Sikh Wedding: Indian Astrology —> HERE

My Big Fat Sikh Wedding: The Dress —> HERE

Surviving Long Distance Love—> HERE

Open Letter to my Husband—> HERE

Our Story, Retold —> HERE

Culture Shock: The Good, The Bad and the Ugly —> HERE

Culture Shock: What to Expect?-–> HERE

Culture Shock: Six Months in America —> HERE

Culture Shock: Manny’s First Christmas —> HERE

Culture Shock: The First Year—> HERE

Our Honeymoon: Rishikesh India—> HERE

K1 Fiance Visa: The Process—> HERE

K1 Fiance Visa: The Inteview —> HERE

Cr1 Spousal Visa: The Timeline —> HERE

Cr1 Spousal Visa: Interview Questions —>HERE

A Journey to:  New Delhi—> HERE 

A Journey to:  Jaipur India —> HERE

A Journey to: Dubai UAE —> HERE

Our First Diwali—> HERE

Giving Thanks, Shukryia  —> HERE

Being Sikh in America—> HERE

The Indian Grocery: Natural Products—> HERE

A Path to Happiness—> HERE 

True Love Lives Quietly —> HERE

Buddhaful Britt: Most Interesting Travel Blogger —> HERE

Buddhaful Advise: As We Think, So We Become —> HERE

Buddhaful Advise: Inner Peace —> HERE

Buddhaful Advise: Everyday Stress —> HERE

The Indian Grocery: Natural Products—> HERE

Buddhaful Britt: A Path to Happiness—> HERE 

Buddhaful Britt: Most Interesting Travel Blogger —> HERE

Sisterhood of the World Blogging Award —> HERE

SUBSCRIBE HERE to follow our journey at BuddhafulBritt.com


*All images on BuddhafulBritt.com that are not from my own personal portfolio are from the creative commons of Flikr.com, CC Wikipedia.com and/or  Google Images labled for re-use. This is a non-commercial website. Any concerns with an image will be promptly removed to avoid controversy. 

**(c)Copyright 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 Brittain, applies to all articles, personal photos and quotes posted on BuddhafulBritt.com unless otherwise mentioned.

***No part of this website, including excerpts, photographs or quotes may be used without written permission. Please contact Lisa Britt at BuddhafulBritt@gmail.com for permission and info.

**** Any and all of BuddhafulBritt.com can be assumed as a portfolio for Senior Seminar, of the St. Pete campus of USF 

This page abides by the Bloggers Code of Ethics, as mentioned HERE.

All hate comments ARE TRACED, documented and turned into authorities. Hiding behind a VPN will not help you. 

22 comments on “About Page

  1. Tony
    November 1, 2014

    HI, Britt! Thanks for stopping by and liking a post. I am enjoying my visit to your Buddhaful realm, too.


    • Britt
      November 1, 2014

      Its beey nice to meet you Tony! I look forward to reading more from you!


  2. Raina
    November 8, 2014

    You go girl! You’re a superstar Lisa🌟


    • Britt
      November 9, 2014

      Thanks for reading Chica!!!! 😍😍😍😍


  3. Audra williams
    April 15, 2015

    Love your blog!!


  4. Foreign Indian Wife
    September 25, 2015

    Heavens, what a beautiful story! Where have I been? Why did I not read this sooner??
    And Cairo, what an amazing name. ♥ You are so inspiring!


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  7. poshprofessional
    August 27, 2017

    I’ve read only a tiny bit of your blog so far, but can relate on so many levels. Love your wittiness and honesty!

    Liked by 1 person

  8. James
    October 6, 2017

    Thanks for stopping by my blog and liking one of my wee stories. You certainly have lived an interesting and adventurous life and I’m always surprised to encounter someone who could actually afford to live in Manhattan.

    Of course, I used to live in San Francisco, but that was many decades ago.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Britt
      October 6, 2017

      San Francisco would be a dream of mine! Someday I’ll tell the story of how I actually could afford to live there. Ha! What an adventure. And thank you for taking the time to read my page.

      Liked by 1 person

      • James
        October 6, 2017

        You’re welcome. In the early 1980s (yes, I’m old), a person with a modest income could rent a flat with three roommates. Today, you pretty much have to earn six-figures for anything halfway civilized.


      • Britt
        October 6, 2017

        The 80’s in San Fran must have been incredible though! I’m sure you have some great stories to share!

        Liked by 1 person

      • James
        October 6, 2017

        I do indeed, Britt.

        Liked by 1 person

  9. jerseydreaming
    October 6, 2017

    Hello there, Britt. It appears our stories share some similar elements. I look forward to reading more.


  10. Judie Sigdel
    October 9, 2017

    I look forward to reading more of your posts!


  11. Mark Lanesbury
    October 10, 2017

    Maybe you were Indian in a previous life Britt 😀
    As long as you followed your heart, you were sure to become successful in whatever you did…you would be happy, the only success that truly works ❤ 😀


  12. Alyson j long
    November 13, 2019

    OMG you are me – a city girl ( London) expected to survive in an alien country she didn’t and couldn’t fit into. I went travelling – I guess that’s what you did too.


    • Britt
      November 13, 2019

      Would love to chat! It’s lonely here in paradise.


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