I saw you today. You were working, bustling around tables on a busy and sunny Sunday afternoon. Your hair was in a bun on top of your head. The backside of your head was closely shaved. Your hair was blonde. But not any blonde. The blonde that makes you look like you spend your dreams … Continue reading Maybe
"Day by day nothing changes, and yet when we look back, everything is different." - C.S. Lewis It was brought to my attention from a friend back home that today commemorates the 6-month anniversary since I packed my life into 100 lbs, hugged my family and friend’s goodbye and embarked on a journey with … Continue reading My Personal Reflections on 6 Months Abroad
"I wouldn’t be able to do what I am doing nor would I be half the woman I am today without your constant encouragement, love, jokes, and memories. You are the muses who have made me fall in love with humanity. You are the art pieces of the universe that I will consistently nurture and love until my last breath."
I thought about writing this and I talked myself out of it, a lot. No one wants to expose their weakness to the world, but I wouldn’t be the blogger I want to be if I couldn’t be relatable.
I wanted to move abroad for a long time. When I closed my eyes at night I dreamt of Parisian croissants, foreign languages singing through my lips effortlessly, faces of different colors, religions and backgrounds smiling at me, and the vibration of different music occupying my hips. I only wish that it could be that … Continue reading Moving Abroad: How to Do It, What It Means, Your Options
Travel makes you young. Doing something in spite of fear makes you bold. ~Young and Bold~
I reflect on my first week abroad in a new country.