Four words…who’s life is this? I am sitting in London, just booked a flight to Bali, and finally finished putting together digital photo albums from the past 9 months of travel. I left the United States in November of 2016 where I had amazing people in my life, a diverse community, and a career which… Continue reading Traveling the world, get paid to teach English, and living for free.
From day one, the actual date was November 26, 2016, the common question has been, “How will you afford to do this ( “this” meaning travel). There are multiple blogs and articles out there that explain and explore this topic so I will not rehash. What I would like to discuss is sustaining your long… Continue reading Sustaining long-term travel
Throughout Thailand you will find brochures and pamphlets pushing tourist to go elephant trekking and elephant riding. I will not beat around the bush...THIS IS THE ABSOLUTE WORST THING YOU CAN DO AS A TOURIST! Why? They TORTURE the elephants to make them want to carry you. (If reason ONE wasn't enough) Elephants are strong… Continue reading NEVER RIDE AN ELEPHANT
Being able to travel is a dream come true but with travel comes the ups and downs of being in a new location and environment. I am so tired of watching vlogs that are the “ Top 10 things to do” or “what you have to know about Thailand” because they don’t tell you the… Continue reading A quick guide for women: Thailand
I have been in Thailand for almost 3 weeks. I came with an open mind and heart, boy has it been hard. I am not here to tell you all of the AMAZING things I have done and seen. I am here to tell you the truth about traveling and living in other places. This… Continue reading The good, the bad, and the ugly of Bangkok!
Discovery can mean so many things, we discover ourselves as we evolve from childhood to adulthood, when we change a career path or make certain choices about the way we want to live, there is a journey of discovery in every aspect of our lives and I for one can't wait to discovery more about… Continue reading A journey of discovery: It’s about the journey not the destination