Corona-tine: America’s Growing Pains

It’s okay to be embarrassed, ashamed, uncomfortable, confused or even angry. These emotions are signs of experiencing change, so please don’t ignore them. Instead, listen to them; let them change you.

International Update, U.S. Edition: Anti-Racism for White Americans

Hey friends, I did some research on anti-racism and have learned A LOT. Let’s do better, ok?

How to Travel without Leaving Your Couch

Adventure is everywhere– I’m here to prove it can even be found on your own couch.

International Update: Women’s Rally in Kyrgyzstan

International Women’s Day is a day that should highlight the strength and fire that is found within every woman that has been broken or told no.

International Update: Coronavirus

I have personally put off writing about the coronavirus for two reasons…

International Update: Baghdad International Airport Airstrike

Every day that goes by is another page added to history. The definition of who is good and who is bad in a historical narrative is completely subjective to the author of the book.

Fernweh Follies 2020 Countdown: #GOALS

My personal visions are 20/20– and I’ve been waiting all year to make that pun.

Chicago: Museum of Contemporary Photography

While I’ve written a lot, the cliche still rings true: a picture is worth a thousand words (I missed that count by thirty).

International Update: 11.22.18-11.30.18

This past week, I read about chocolate, environmental safety, indigenous tribes, sex workers’ unions, and children activists. To say the least, it was an interesting week. Disclaimer: I do not own any of the articles used in this post and have provided links to them below. All images were found through WordPress’s free image libraryContinue reading “International Update: 11.22.18-11.30.18”