tomorrow’s the day

sorry for the lack of recent posts & the total disconnect… but it’s for a good reason!   tomorrow’s the big day.. Tomorrow’s the day I move to Colombia…    I’ve been packing,… Continue reading

October 24 2014

I found this journal entry from October 24, 2014 and just felt the need to share it …. These past few days have been rough. Living in a big city it’s very easy… Continue reading


I just wanted to say a huge thank you to everyone. Everyone whose encouraged me, supported me, and just was there for me.   I’ve received an outpouring of love, support and words… Continue reading

How do you deal with unsupportive people in your life? How do you deal when you feel like someone is blocking your path? How do you deal with the people who get in… Continue reading

things aren’t always as they seem…

It’s all about perspective, isn’t it?  Social Media has now made it so that everyone out there on the internet, both friends, family and strangers alike can see the most glamorized version of… Continue reading


     I’ve started planning my move to Colombia. I am so so excited, and I really can’t wait to be there (and also to be back with my boyfriend).      But… Continue reading

writing, writing, writing

So all that writers block that I’ve been complaining of has suddenly vanished. I mean I don’t have as much to write about (blogging wise) but I’ve started writing and writing personally. And… Continue reading

in search of inspiration.

I have so much to say, so many ideas of what I could write… yet when I open the page to start a new blogpost… nothing happens. I find no topics, find no… Continue reading

Love trumps hate.

I haven’t been able to write lately. I just truly don’t know what to say. I’m at a complete and total loss. I try to be personal in my posts, but I try… Continue reading

A (traveler’s) writing paradox

I always wish I kept better journals of all my travels. A detailed recollection of all the wonderful things I saw, the amazing foods I ate and of all these incredible experiences I’ve… Continue reading