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?
I used to think that I wanted to be a True Traveler, a person who constantly traveled all over the world, living the traveler lifestyle, collecting memories and tokens instead of money. They were tan, their hair messy and their clothes rumpled from being pulled out of a backpack, their eyes and smiles bright from … Continue reading I’m a Fake Traveler.