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
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)
~Written by Kayla~ I came into the week with the thought of writing about being a vegan traveler or traveling minimalistically, which I will eventually write about, but the past week has contained a whirlwind of emotions and experiences that have led me to the need to write about a more sensitive and unique … More Alone & Healing in a Foreign Country: When Tragedy Spurs Growth.
*Written by Kayla* Is it scary? Don’t you feel lonesome? Oh, it must be so exhilarating! Good for you, this is the time to do it! Takes an especially strong kind of person to do that… but be safe out there, please!! All phrases I’ve heard many times in the past few years, ever since … More Advantages and Disadvantages of Traveling Solo
~Written by Kayla~ 11 days, 12 states, countless beautiful sights. I spent the first half of June driving from Boston to Colorado, with a destination of Red Rocks Amphitheatre, to see one of my favorite musicians: Tash Sultana [who opened for the lovely John Butler Trio]. Then, I booked it back to New York for … More Solo Trip To Colorado – How Much Did It Cost Me?