Over the past four and a half years, I have uprooted and rerooted so many times that I’ve lost track. I’ve lived in many homes, slept on friends’ floors, jumped from hostel to hostel while abroad, lived in my car… and I’ve had a great time. I’ve learned about what belongings mean the most to … More Traveling is great, but is establishing a homebase more important?
A few days ago Alexandra Talty, Senior Contributor to Forbes.com, posted an article describing her predictions for the top travel trends in 2019. Based on surveys and research, here (and here) are Talty’s statements: The Caribbean is bouncing back in a big way. Ecotourism is driving business decisions. Boutique travel agencies will continue to boom, offering … More Forbes Announces Top Travel Trends for 2019
We may be the smallest state, but our hunger for plant-based food and community is ever-flourishing! Where do I even start? Perhaps with the best places in the city to grab some vegan grub! Best Vegan Food: 1. The Grange – This vegetarian restaurant has a rustic, yet refined vibe and offers unique brunch and … More The Plant-Based Scene in Providence, RI – It’s thriving!
This is a concept near and dear to my heart, first brought into my mindspace by my best friend Danielle. Getting comfortable with the uncomfortable may take many forms and its meaning may differ from person to person. To me, getting comfortable with the uncomfortable is a way we, as humans and spiritual beings, can … More Getting Comfortable with the Uncomfortable, While Traveling
Growing up, I’ve been told many different things about my ancestry. I’ve been told I have a little Native American blood, that I’m predominantly English with a little Irish, that my great great great whoever is the late President Pierce, that I have viking ancestors with the name Skullsplitter, and that one of my great … More I got my DNA tested and my travel dreams have changed.
I have some exciting news! As you may know, I recently began working with Vegan on the Map, a vegan travel agency that plans trips all around the world. They only had one tour operating in the states (a trip running from Portland, OR to San Francisco) until I became a partner and got my … More Sneak Peak: First Ever Northeast Regional Vegan on the Map Tour (USA)
Hey everyone! We are getting to the end of the six-month dry season here in Timor-Leste, which means squeezing in the last of the national travel we can do before the rainy season washes away the furthest reaching roads. In September, we went on a five-day mountain adventure, which included angry grandmothers, kind nuns, nights … More From Site to Suai to Same and Back!
I have been ruminating on the concept of dating oneself for quite some time. Just the other day one of my favorite YouTube channels, Vice, put out a mini documentary about a woman who married herself. I was so intrigued by her reasoning behind it; it’s a commitment to loving yourself and being responsible for … More Dating Yourself
Hey everyone! This is a continuation of my last post, which described the first half of my little two-week vacay back in May. This post takes place entirely in the city of Bangkok, Thailand, a city that I feel I could live in. Being there for more than a couple of days made it feel … More Malaysia and Thailand Adventures: Part II
Hi everyone! Today I am talking about the second part of my trip in South East Asia (SEA) covering Thailand and Malaysia. If you missed part one check it out here. After leaving Hoi An, we made our way over to Bangkok, Thailand. As a note, we flew between every destination in Asia for speed … More South East Asian Adventures Part II