I hinted at the Travel Pack Panel a few weeks back that my next stop would be one that I've been holding out for for quite some time- and that country is....drumroll please...ENGLAND! 🇬🇧 This will be my thirty-fourth country- which feels so crazy to say. I remember when I had a solid goal of … Continue reading And My Next Stop is…(Country #34)
In two and a half years of travel I've met many a lost soul... and even more that had been recently "found." People that travel, like I have, aren't just looking for their next passport stamp. They're typically on a quest for something greater- something more fulfilling and life-enriching than a global checklist. Many of … Continue reading Becoming a Student of Life through Travel
It always cracks me up how eager people are to hear about my dating life, especially since I started traveling internationally. I've played coy and kept the juicy stories for "Girls Night" with close friends, but with so many of you asking, let me share a little bit with you- you know, woman to reader. … Continue reading What it’s like to Date Around the World
Oh Canadaaaaa, the land I call my...COLD, I call you COLD. Canada, I underestimated your bite... I've been in Montreal for just over one week and my face hasn't fallen off yet, which continues to shock me. Colder than any weather I've ever experienced in my lifetime (I'm from California where we just "opt out" … Continue reading She Goes…to Canada?!
As we all turn introspective and reflect back on 2017, I'm lingering on a single word that holds more weight than I can bare... Forgiveness. There were times this year when forgiveness felt like a dirty word. Packed with implications of pain, loss and emptiness, it felt like forgiveness meant I would be condoning whatever … Continue reading Ending 2017 with Forgiveness
I met the most amazing woman a few days ago in Bocas Town, Panama. It'd been a long few days staring at my computer screen and not interacting with anyone. I was feeling antisocial- I get like that sometimes. When I finally emerged from my dark hole of silence, I was hit by blazing sunlight … Continue reading A Panamanian Woman with Third World Problems and First World Happiness
One of the most frequent things I hear from people I meet around the world is this: "Id love to do what you're doing but couldn't ever find the guts to actually do it. You are soooo brave." I respond in two ways. In my head: Am I really though? Half the time I … Continue reading Goodbye Fear, Hello World