Surprise! Dropping in on you all on a Tuesday! I had planned to take the past couple of weeks off as I slowly adjust back to this timezone but it occurred to me on the flight back from Portugal that my blogiversary was creeping up up on me! Turns out, my first post went live April 3rd, 2017! I started this blog on a whim. Like, I came up with the blog name and bought the domain within an hour. I had zero plan, but just knew that I needed this outlet more for myself than for others. When I first moved away from home, traveling quickly became a comfort for me. If I was brave enough to move hundreds of miles away from everyone I know and love, I was brave enough to finally get a passport at the age of 22. It was difficult to feel lonely or sad when I finally found the courage to uncover all the beauty the world had to offer. While I no longer feel like an outsider in D.C., traveling still provides me with the adventure and excitement I crave. It keeps me balanced, sane, and most importantly, kind. Meeting people whose lives look so different than mine has enriched my view of the world and pushed me to evolve into a better version of myself. Especially as I finished my yoga training, I had an urge to view the world through a new lens and share all I had learned about acceptance of others…and myself.
While this near year of blogging will document some major life changes about to occur, I’m so excited to continue to see more of the world with an open mind and full heart and hope you’ll follow along! Big things are on the horizon and I’m pumped to be able to share a new project coming up in a couple weeks! Until then, check out my most popular posts from the past year.
1. How to Plan the Best Trip Ever
2. The Must-Sees and Eats in Madrid
3. Top Five Things To Do in Dublin, Ireland
4. Meditation Guide for Beginners: Create Your Own Practice
5. The Absolute Best Carry-on Luggage for Long Trips
6. How to Visit Charleston, South Carolina
7. Top 12 Things to Do in Santorini, Greece
8. A Magical Weekend in Stockholm, Sweden
9. 24 Hours in Bergen, Norway
10. A Stop in Burgundy, France