Opinion

It’s Okay to Be a Little Lost

It’s Okay to Be a Little Lost

I’m sure you’ve heard the saying, “not all those who wander are lost”.  It has been shared by travelers all over the world for years.  I often come across this quote and it wasn’t until about the thousandth time seeing it that I realized: some […]

A Response to Grant Cardone, The Millionaire That Wants Millennials to Stop Traveling

A Response to Grant Cardone, The Millionaire That Wants Millennials to Stop Traveling

Well, well, hello Mr. Cardone (assuming this ever reaches you).  I recently stumbled upon your article that essentially urges Millennials to stop traveling and begin building their career.  While I respect your opinion, I absolutely believe this is terrible advice (sorry, that was harsh). Your […]

People and Places

People and Places

I love to travel.  I know, I know, everyone loves to travel.  But it’s more than just relaxing and seeing new places that I love.  There’s nothing I love more than experiencing new cultures.  Meeting new people.  Trying new food.  Getting lost.  The adventure of […]

Thanksgiving in Thailand

Thanksgiving in Thailand

Tomorrow marks my 55th day of living in Thailand.  Tomorrow is also Thanksgiving.  It is also the start of the many holidays I’ll be missing this year.  Being the independent person that I like to think I am, I had no hesitations about missing this […]

Baht for Your Thoughts

Baht for Your Thoughts

As I’m sitting in the Chiang Mai airport waiting to board my flight to Phuket, where I’ll be taken to my final placement, Phang Nga, it’s hard not to feel an overwhelming sense of gratefulness. Grateful for this past month in Chiang Mai, grateful for […]

My (Real) Answers to the Questions You’ve All Been Asking

My (Real) Answers to the Questions You’ve All Been Asking

When I graduated college and made the decision to move to Thailand to teach English rather than follow the more traditional route of accepting a 9-5 job in the States, the response was not exactly what I’d hoped for.  While I knew my family and […]