My introduction to living in Northern, CA has been accentuated with unprecedented wildfires, an earthquake, cold water swims, but above all, ceaseless beauty. Just a few hours after my arrival into San Francisco, wildfires exploded across Napa and Continue Reading What’s So Great About Córdoba?: A local’s point of view Here in Argentina, everything starts a little later than usual. Life is paced by meals and mate (tea) rituals. No one even thinks about dinner until 9pm (if it’s summer, that means 11pm). Lunch places start filling up closer to Continue Reading The Great Butterfly Migration to Mexico Butterflies in the sky Click here to view a video of a butterfly swarm Many of us have heard of the Monarch Butterfly migration from Canada down to Mexico every year at the end of the summer, but Continue Reading Native Alaskans and The Anchorage Museum Life in the Arctic
Adrenaline floods your body as you throw back the blankets of animal furs and climb into the cold air. It’s 3am. The sounds of drumbeats and men yelling ‘it’s time to hunt!’ seem to be coming from Continue Reading Happy To Be Cold: Cold Water Swimming in December I stripped down to my bikini and gingerly stepped into the 48-degree water. The wool hat, puff jacket, running jacket, long sleeve shirt, stretch pants and running shoes with thick socks that I had been wearing just a minute before 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.