What type of calendar or journal do you use? How do you keep your info straight? Do you use google calendar, or maybe the calendar on your phone? Paper pre-made calendar? Endless sticky notes and small pieces of paper? There are so many options!
What is it like to live in a city?
I have never really lived in a city before. Every morning I wake up (yes, even after 8 months living there) and realize, oh wow! I live in Berlin. As a child, this is nothing I could have ever imagined. As a young adult, I dreamed of purchasing some land, preferably on the side of a mountain with a great view, build myself an off-grid cabin and garden and become a recluse writer/gardener with minimal contact with the outside world. As an “adult” Continue reading “Living in a Country (that is not your own)”
One of my favorite parts of traveling is that first day in a new city/country. There is a mystery about a new place that gives me a thrill like no other. Then again, there is nothing like arriving in a new city and instantly becoming super sick! Unfortunately, a recent trip to Vienna is the inspiration for the post.
While being sick is no fun there are precautions/comforts you can take with you as you travel in an attempt to give you some comfort while you let your body heal.
My sweet summer puppy. How I have loved you since I was 8 years old, how I still love you at 24. You were an old man, even at 1 years old. You preferred a calm night curled in front of a fire or on my lap rather than running to fetch a stick. Your curiosity had you ranging on your leash from in front of me, out to the side, to trying to drag me backward. Continue reading “The Best Pup”
The most soothing times to write is when you are completely alone or in a very busy place. Honestly, some of my favorite times to write are when I am in social situations, around lots of people who are having fun. Continue reading “The Best Place to Work”
Last week is when everything changed. During the last week (or two) I left the US, traveled in Israel and finally landed on the 5th (or 4th, depending on what country you are from) floor of an apartment building around the corner from the Warschauer S/U Bahn station. Last week I moved to Berlin. Continue reading “Recap: Moving to Berlin”
(you must have while you are there)
I found myself in Munich almost by accident; an opportunity arose and I took it! Thankfully I had a wonderful guide who showed me the sights and introduced me to some unique experiences. Here are my top 10 favorites from the times I spent there. Now, off to your adventures!
1. Have a Pretzel
Whether you plan to visit Marrakech for a week or more, or if you are staying for just a couple of days, here are some tips to get you on your way. Upon your arrival, you will constantly have offers from taxi drivers and young boys wanting to be your guides. These folks can be helpful but if you are more interested in making your own way (and saving a bit of money otherwise used to tip these guys) I would highly suggest Continue reading “11 Places to Visit in Marrakech”
Landing in Marrakech, the sunlight lit a bright sand-colored city sitting in a bowl of mountains on the edge of a desert. There is something calming about the symmetry I could see from the airplane windows, but this is where this atmosphere ended. Continue reading “Landing in Marrakech”
Working on my professionalism. Who knew this could be so hard. Welcome to the new spot!
Here I hope you find this site a portal to journals, writing, and photos from my current and previous travels as well as other projects that I have worked on. I anticipate incorporating some new things, i.e. suggestions on travel gear, destinations and other travel related topics soon. If you have any questions or suggestions, feel free to shoot me an email! I’d love to hear what you want to read as well!
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