Ah, the joys of adulting. Today that includes signing an apartment lease, paying my therapy bill, and drinking red wine before 5 p.m. in order to write faster. It’s days like today that make me feel in control, and completely … Continue reading A brief stop in Oaxaca City and other whirlwinds.
I was a little hesitant at first, but I had a feeling I was going to LOVE this experience! I took my bathing suit top off, and Bradley took a couple of pictures of me for the memory book (and … Continue reading A new perspective on nudity – From my breasts to yours.
It was a very rough start to our vacation, and even if Puerto Escondido is a beachy paradise, we had our fair share of challenges to get settled in. The first big challenge was adapting to the heat. The only way to … Continue reading My spiritual experience in the jungle.
We woke up before most tourists and rushed to the port. We took a Windjet ferry, getting a 2 way ticket to Cozumel for that day (about $15 USD round trip). Trying to avoid seasickness, we sat in the back … Continue reading Cozumel
We woke up from a refreshing night’s rest in our chic hotel room in Playa del Carmen. What a great location to celebrate turning 30 with your best friend! Though we had a bit of a disappointing breakfast, we had … Continue reading Renting a car in Playa & Ixmoja Pyramid
Some choices feel important even when they are not detrimental to your future. For me, choosing what wine I will buy or the type of workout I am going to do that day feels important. It is important (to me). … Continue reading Digital Nomads – rise and shine.
I am fond of the color green. I am fond of the way it pops up in various shades and hues around the world, never disappointing to inspire me. I have spent quite some time on the mountains recently, surrounding … Continue reading Green.
It happened in Ireland. It happened in Spain. It happened in Mexico. Leaving behind everything that makes you feel safe and comfortable, pushing your boundaries across the world, and experiencing both culture shock and reverse culture shock…Those are all things … Continue reading Globetrotter Anxiety: what you don’t see on Instagram
It is good to breathe fresh air. Crisp and just a bit cool. The air I breathed in while staring at the horizon on a cliff in Inishmore (one of the Aran islands in Ireland: The thrill of getting close … Continue reading My Backpack
The migration office has its own place in hell. Open that bottle of red now to kickstart this conversation. Because nobody I know enjoys migration errands. Getting a work visa can truly discourage a person in their journey to live … Continue reading WORK IN MEXICO! But first…Migration.