What They Don’t​ Tell You About Traveling

This shit is exhausting. Like, seriously. You don’t hear that though. You just hear about the places and the cool things that happened there. What travelers don’t tell you is that the actual traveling part sucks. It’s time to call BS. I travel for work and leisure. My job is sending me to 5 different states…

Birthday in Cancun 

It’s my birthdayyyyyy, I can fly to Cancun if I want to! It’s only right to celebrate your birthday in Cancun at a 5-star resort! Because where else would I spend my birthday? Don’t answer that. I travel a lot. But rarely do I travel to 5-star luxury resorts where everything is all inclusive! Maybe…

Where Should I Move?

First: Sorry for using a selfie as a featured image. I know it has nothing to do with the post, but I ran out of images. Ha. I’m at such a weird crossroad in my life. I know that I want to leave the States, but I also know that I want to be smart…

Travel Highlights of 2016

2016 was one for the books. I traveled a lot, my job sent me to some awesome new cities, I got a boyfriend, I lost a boyfriend, I started my blog :), I interviewed some wonderful women, and did I mention that I traveled a lot? This year has also taught me a great deal…

How One Flight Changed Everything

The traveler in me is ruining/ruined my relationship. At the start of this, I thought it would be the distance. But its not. Its me. I’m so used to changing whatever I don’t like. People, situations, locales. Anything. America sort of spoiled me with the right to, “free will” or whatever you want to call…

A long Distance Relationship

UPDATE 4/18/2017: This relationship is no longer a thing. I decided to keep the post up just because reading back over it I personally think it was beautiful. I also think that throughout your life you have many experiences that help shape your tomorrow, this was one of them. So to keep it up isn’t to…

Wednesday Women: Mandi

Meet Mandi, a free-spirited traveler who broke away from the norms of society and started creating her own path. I was born and raised in LA, the extent of my traveling growing up was a day trip to the beach.  I grew up living pay check to pay check and never could I ever dream…

Bernard The Traveler Interview

Hey guys, So I had an amazing opportunity to be interviewed by Bernard from Bernard The Traveller for his Wednesday interview series. In the interview we talk about all things travel and how I became such an avid traveler.   Check it out here !!!

Traveling with Scoliosis

Ciao, Before I dive into the tips about traveling with scoliosis. I feel as though I should tell you a bit more about me and my health. I was diagnosed with scoliosis about 11 years ago and had two high degree curves which resulted in me needing to have a corrective surgery. While my posture…

Moving to Milan

Hello All, Although the decision was spontaneous, I decided a few months ago to move to Milan. I’m doing so by becoming an au pair, and also attending a language school throughout the week to enhance my knowledge of Italian. But fret not, my adventures will continue! They will just be limited to only occur…

Flying Solo

So you can ignore my last post about going on a Euro tour with the bestie. That trip has been postponed and the traveler in me just couldn’t let me be idle in my free time. So here I am, writing to you all in my hotel in Paris. This will be the start to…

Its official!

Its official!!! I bought a one way ticket to London. I really thought that my next European adventure was going to take place once I started teaching English abroad ( which by the way, I’ve just started taking my online TEFL classes.. 166 hours!) But WOW air had some insanely good deals on one way…