Time for a good ol' fashioned musing, friends! I started a News Cleanse nearly a month ago, and guys, I wasn't sure if I was going to make it. Here's my re-cap of starting said cleanse, how I felt only a week later, and why I went on it in the first place: It's Day … Continue reading Why I Went on a News Cleanse
Well, It's nearing from when I decided to make some key (read: HUGE!) changes in my life that I knew would eventually lead me in the right direction. I knew that once I made those changes, I could finally see things a little clearer and work towards what I really wanted, but I never knew … Continue reading The Festival That Changed my Life: a(n) (Almost) Year in Review
This week may seem a bit weird to those of you who follow my blog regularly, as there have been more posts than usual. The Things I Absolutely Love will be a monthly installation, while this extra post is something I thought I'd save for later, but just felt like I needed to post it … Continue reading Stress, Self-care, and Finding a way out of the Storm
How do you walk like Parisienne? The simple answer: don't care and do whatever you want. The walking style in Paris is very chaotic and stressful to witness; it could be likened to the style of New Yorkers (although I've never been to NYC and only have other people's references to fall back onto). While … Continue reading How to Walk like a Parisienne
By now, everyone has heard, read, and commented about the new fiasco that United Airlines has faced: the death of a puppy in an overhead compartment bin. I may be a little late to the party, but it's never too late to talk about ethics. For those of you just coming out of the jungle … Continue reading Why do Ethics go out the Window When it Comes to Cheaper & Convenient Travel?