There are only 26 letters in the English language. And with these 26 letters we form words and sentences which we use to express our thoughts. We then use these thoughts to explain our experiences and tell people our stories.
Today I set out on my most ambitious adventure to date: a two week solo trip to Japan. Yup. Two weeks. Alone. JAPAN. I know, I know. A lot’s going through your mind right now and you’re not alone. In
Each step I take outside of my comfort zone I am rewarded. Each time I poke my head outside my social circle I discover something new. Each time I walk this world alone I realize that I’m not alone at
This is the third and final part of my Peruvian Memory Stream Blog Posts. If you missed parts one and two then stop reading here and find them directly under this post! Thanks and Enjoy! After four days of battling
NOTE: This is a continuation of the previous post! For your reading enjoyment, please read Pt. 1 HERE before reading on! The five-day trek to Machu Picchu was one of the most grueling experiences in my life to date. I’ve
(Post written on Thursday, July 7th) Thousands of feet in the air, flying somewhere over Central America, next stop… Peru. Yup, that’s right. Over the next ten days I will tour the Peruvian capital of Lima, the ancient Incan city
Go on vacation by yourself? There must be something wrong with you. Don’t you have friends? Are you crazy? Much of American culture is predisposed to this type of thinking. If you do so much as eat lunch alone, or