you are not alone but it’s also okay to be alone – healing my inner wounded teenager

Hi my loves. I just got back from a 3 day trip to Ubud which was jam packed with all the touristy stuff and having to deal with more feelingsss come up. The Balanced Blonde posted a quote the other day about Bali - about how Mama Bali bubbles things to the surface that you've … Continue reading you are not alone but it’s also okay to be alone – healing my inner wounded teenager

Landing in India and Learning what it means to TRUST

aaah where do I even begin. I last left you at the airport in Kiev, Ukraine as I was about to make my last leg to India. I was feeling a mixture of anxiety, homesickness, "what am I getting myself into" and wanting to turn around and go back home to anything familiar and comfortable. … Continue reading Landing in India and Learning what it means to TRUST

thoughts on fear and homesickness: updates in Kiev, Ukraine

I'm currently sitting in the business class lounge in the Kiev airport with an unopened coke beside me and a plate of a variety of Ukrainian foods - boiled potatoes with dill, a ham quiche, and a tomato and bell pepper salad. pro tip: if you have a long layover, chilling in a lounge is … Continue reading thoughts on fear and homesickness: updates in Kiev, Ukraine

thoughts on brave – the journey to India begins

I’m currently on a plane flying from JFK to Kiev, Ukraine and onward to New Delhi, India. Before I turned off my phone for the next 30 hours, I got a bunch of messages and texts from loved ones saying things like “safe travels” to “have fun” to “I’m so inspired by your bravery” Bravery. … Continue reading thoughts on brave – the journey to India begins

Solo Travel – Why This Trip Felt Different and How I learned to Honor my Feminine

Hello loves ❤ I just got back from my solo trip to London (and one day in Paris) and wanted to take this time to reflect on how this solo trip felt very different from my solo trips in the past. I'll definitely do little travel guides for both cities of what I did, what … Continue reading Solo Travel – Why This Trip Felt Different and How I learned to Honor my Feminine