Hey there! As you may (or may not) know, I just spent the last 4 months in South America, living, working, and traveling in Ecuador and Peru. Come along with me as I share my journey...Read More
My cubicle felt like a prison cell. Sure, I had a stunning view of the Miami skyline and the azure waters of the Caribbean coast from the 32nd floor of a downtown skyscraper. But prison-like, nevertheless.Read More
This is a super-random question, I know. But I’m assuming you go to a hair stylist; probably the same one each time.
And we all know the horror of a botched haircut, with several weeks of creative cover-ups until it grows out again.Read More
It's true. I'm saying goodbye to the US and hola to South America!
Tomorrow, I leave to spend the next four months in Ecuador and Peru. As one of those Millennial "digital nomads" that everyone's talking about these days, I can work from anywhere in the world, provided I have wifi and good coffee.Read More
It's almost the new year, and everyone's making their New Year's Resolutions.
I gave up on resolutions long ago. With only an 8% success rate, why bother? I mean, how many times would I resolve to only devour one pizza per week before I realize that my love of deep dish far outweighs my desire for chiseled abs?Read More
I’d like to introduce you to my friend, Christina Lynn. Christina runs her own financial planning consultancy and helps people reach their financial goals. We recently met for coffee and got on the topic of budgeting for those “life-changing” types of travel experiences, which can often feel out of reach for many people.
After chatting with her, I am convinced that with a little planning, anyone – anyone! – can realize the vacation of their dreams (and still be able to enjoy their everyday life).Read More
One of my favorite joys in life is a cup of rich, dark coffee. It goes with everything! Sunday crossword puzzles, Monday morning conference calls, or with a decadent dessert at dinner on Saturday night.Read More
We all know there is some distortion in every flat map; an accurate representation of the spherical earth is an impossible task on a two-dimensional map. Yet this new map, from Japanese designer and artist Hajime Narukawa and his design firm AuthaGraph, just took home Japan’s most coveted design award, aptly (if not creatively) named the Good Design Award.Read More
There is a stigma against using a travel professional (sometimes called "travel agents"), particularly among Millennials. Some travelers believe that travel agents are for "tourists," or that it somehow detracts from the authenticity of an experience.
People often want to plan their travels themselves, preferring to book online and piece the trip together.
But here’s the thing...Read More