Monthly Archives: February 2014



I am THE most indecisive person I know. I’ve been hit hard with the indecision bug this week. With this school term coming to an end, I’m starting to think twice about my decision to move back to Texas, working in retail (aka Hell on Earth), until I figure out my next big move/career path/whatever you wanna call it. Whoever said life after college kind of sucks is right in that aspect. Figuring out what you’re supposed to do with your life must come easy for some people, but for most of us I think it’s safe to say we have no idea what we’re doing. All I know is that I’m still not ready to settle down in one place yet. The opportunities are plentiful here, this place is beautiful, I’ve met some awesome people, blah blah blah… basically I’m having one of those moments where I’m afraid I’ll miss out on a chance.

Ideally, I would be able to visit home for a few weeks (I have to) — come back to Thailand to teach for another term in a new city, then save enough money to travel to South America and finally start learning Spanish, while teaching down there. Once I’m good with Spanish, I think my opportunities career-wise will expand.

Anais Nin, thanks for the advice. It’s an interesting time in my life, y’all.



We’ll see what happens…


Be The Girl That Travels


Thought Catalog

I bet by now, you’ve seen the Don’t Date A Girl Who Travels and You Should Love A Woman Who Travels articles, which, for the record, I find extremely relevant to my life in most ways. And while they’re extremely well-written, I think that simply being the girl who travels is the key idea. Leave the dating idea out of my life completely and now we’re talking.

And so, here is my spin on the whole idea.

Be the girl who travels and reawaken your sense of hope in the world. Let it change you, transform you, and give you a sort of longing that few other things ever will.

Be the girl who travels and is continuously blown away by the sheer beauty of unknown. Let it make you laugh, let it make you cry, and let it shake you to your core.

Be the girl who travels with…

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