Armenia: Visiting the Motherland (dictionary.com: motherland (origin: 1705-15): 1. one’s native land. 2. the land of one’s ancestors. 3. a country considered as the origin or source of something.) My mother’s side of the family is 100% Armenian. Both of her parents’ families were from Continue Reading Inspired Recollections I met up with an old college friend this morning on a stopover in San Francisco. Our rendezvous flew by as we both tried to fill each other in on our lives in a short amount of time. Back out Continue Reading Heading Home to the U.S. The airport shuffle "Are you going to move forward?" I looked up from my phone. My internet was suddenly working at top speed and I was absorbed in reading all the Facebook comments from my latest post about Continue Reading Move Over Fear, Curiosity is Here to Stay Curiosity at its finest (photo credit: theodysseyonline.com) “I have no special talents, I am only passionately curious.” -Albert Einstein The word ‘curiosity’ has been getting a lot of attention lately. So much so, in fact, that it may Continue Reading Flying in Cockpits: New Zealand's Air Travel Boarding Sounds Air flight A few weeks ago at the Nelson airport, something strange happened… and by strange, I mean amazing. When checking in for my flight, I wasn’t asked for a ticket or even a piece Continue Reading Creative Travel Through House Sitting A home in Portland, Oregon Recently, I became obsessed with traveling the world for free. I wanted to continue to travel without the stress of having my savings account dwindle. My goal was to lead an interesting Continue Reading
Posts from 1+ Years of Travel
50,000 miles, 23 countries, 5 continents... and almost 2 years later. I've left the corporate world (and the US) to experience life.
When you hear the word ‘graffiti’, you may think spray-paint, vandalism and cryptic territorial signatures. Street Art, though a subcategory of graffiti, instead invokes artistic images in public spaces that spark discussions. Graffiti...