*Trigger warning* We waited at the bus stop after school for my mother to pick me up. I told him not to kiss me when she arrived. He teased me, saying he would. I told him not to kiss me. When the van came into the parking lot, I stood up and walked towards … More When I Told Him Not to Kiss Me
Despite what Instagram may lead you to think, there are times when buying a plane ticket or leaving for a road trip and living in a van for weeks is just not possible. Maybe you’re in school, maybe you have a sick family member, maybe your rent is due and you are left with $60 … More When the Travel Bug Hits & You Just Can’t Go.
Dedicated to my niece Elizabeth, for her first birthday. Run with the wolves, my Darling. Run wild, run free. Be the leader of the pack, and never be afraid to let others hear your voice. Run with the wolves, my Darling. Let the wind always guide you to your dreams. Let it blow … More Run with the Wolves, My Darling
We live in a day in age, where many people have many opinions. Truthfully, I am one of those people. While having many of my own opinions, I try my best to take the time to understand someone’s point of view, even when it may differ from my own. However, sometimes this is easier said … More “Yes, I am Traveling on my Own” – My experience being an engaged, female solo-traveler.
Monday February 6, 2017. I was frustrated. I was scrolling through Instagram over my lunch hour. Mindlessly scrolling. Scrolling through photos of all these people I didn’t know, doing things with their life that I wish I could do. People I didn’t know, who seem to get paid for merely being beautiful, good at yoga, … More My Journey with Social Media: The Day I Stopped Living for Instagram and Started Living for Myself.
4am. That is the time we needed to be up for to begin our hike to Machu Picchu. Those who know me, know I am far from a morning person. Before I left for my trip, my friends would laugh when I told them about this part of the trip. Surprisingly however, it was not … More My Journey in Peru: Day 6 – Machu Picchu