The Adventures of D

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July 12, 2016 , 2 Comments

  The photos flood my Facebook feed. They’ve been doing it for ages now, thanks to all the different ways memories are shared. Typically, I look at them, let my […]

A Weekend at Laguna Beach’s Pacific Edge Hotel

May 31, 2016 , 1 Comment

“I had to close the door a little more,” Kyla explains to me our first morning waking up at the Laguna oceanfront hotel, the Pacific Edge ...

Midnight in the Garden of Good

April 12, 2016 , 4 Comments

There’s a cacophony of crickets, frogs and dogs barking that wake me before my friend, Jodi, does. Laying on the bamboo floor in her hut constru ...

Getting Prehistoric in Krabi

March 10, 2016 , 4 Comments

Editor’s Note: I was a guest of Tourism Authority of Thailand during my time in Krabi. My paddle dips into the glassy green water of Bor Thor, a ...

  • It’s a Beautiful Life
    February 24, 2016 , 2 Comments

    It’s a mild evening in Las Vegas. Hot, by winter standards if you don’t have desert (or jungle) blood. The sun has already begun its descent behind the rugged, snow-covered [...]

  • This Roller Coaster
    January 27, 2016 , 4 Comments

    I stand over my sheet cake from the grocery store. Clad in an oversized sweatshirt with puffy paint splattered on it in pastel colors, I move my gel-soaked (à la [...]

  • Home: Las Vegas
    January 5, 2016 , 6 Comments

    Home: Las Vegas. It hits me when the sky gives way from black to a sea of glittering, golden lights. Some 20,000 feet below me is the Mojave Desert, which [...]

  • How Piercing My Nose Changed Me
    December 7, 2015 , 6 Comments

    It’s cloudy and rainy when we walk into the piercing shop in Brasov, Romania. One of those bone-chilling days where the right idea is to stay inside and do nothing. [...]

  • What is Home?
    October 18, 2015 , 8 Comments

    Home, by definition, is the “place where one lives.” As a former corporate-world-woman, long-term traveler, and now a serial expat, home has been many places and continues to morph into [...]

  • Thailand: That Old, Familiar Smell
    October 7, 2015 , 14 Comments

    “There’s a smell,” the man seated next to me explains as we circle the airspace above Bangkok. “I can’t describe it … but … it’s this smell. It’s distinct. It’s [...]

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