Walking

Whenever I return home from traveling, I usually compare a lot, reflect on what made me like where I ┬ávisited and how I could apply it to my everyday life. On my recent LONDON>PARIS>NEW YORK adventure, I walked, a lot. My calves were constantly burning, my feet were always sore but my iPhone pedometer had …

Solo Travel

Being a solo traveler is like being sober at the club while everyone else is drunk. A little less fun but you're in complete control of your choices and your experience and it's up to you to enjoy yourself or not. Having travelled to 2 foreign language countries alone, I get to talk less and …