September 6, 2018 , No comments

“Do you want to come to New York?” my friend writes through WhatsApp. “I’ve got tons of miles, come.” I sit and ponder for a moment. NYC. It’s not even […]

On a Normal Life

July 14, 2018 , No comments

Water is cascading down from the ceramic-tiled roof of my apartment. Under the gray summer sky, even the terracotta orange of the tiles are muted. And ...

5 Day Trips that Will Make You Love Las Vegas for Different Reasons

April 12, 2018 , No comments

Las Vegas is a lot of things. It’s a desert town rooted in the tourism industry. It’s a mecca for foodies; a hotbed of night clubs; a gamblers go- ...

Finding Serenity at Sarinbuana Eco Lodge

April 4, 2018 , No comments

Calm. The moment I arrive to Sarinbuana Eco Lodge and walk down the narrow path surrounded by lush jungle vegetation, a good two hours from crowded ro ...

  • Away Chiang Mai Thapae Resort
    March 8, 2018 , No comments

      There’s a calm as soon as you walk through the white archway of Away Chiang Mai Thapae Resort. Off of the party street (and feeling an entire world away) sits [...]

  • Fighting for Women
    January 21, 2018 , 6 Comments

    I’m tired. Like, words can’t even comprehend how tired I am. My brain whirrs. Thumps. Never rests. It’s been a little over a month since that night in Bruges, and [...]

  • Two Years of Home
    December 15, 2017 , 8 Comments

    December 15, 2015. I remind myself regularly of this date. When I’m up at night, my brain whirrs as I count the days, weeks, months and now years since I turned [...]

  • There You Were, All Along
    December 4, 2017 , 6 Comments

    I stare out the window of my United flight, the last (and biggest) Super Moon of 2017 is suspended in the early morning light, surrounded in a pastel cloudscape of [...]

  • Eco Love at Majahuitas Resort
    April 1, 2017 , 2 Comments

    We wait down the hill in Boca de Tomatlan. It’s humid, but a fan blows gently on us, cooling me down … and my french fries. Icy cold Corona placed [...]

  • Sea Monkey and Sunsets
    March 25, 2017 , No comments

    The surf pounds the well-packed sand, littered with seaweed. I sit, toes buried deep where the water meets the shore. Behind me, local vendors run a sales rotation at Puerto [...]

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