Over the last two weeks, I've been thinking a lot about healing. This, following reading news of Linkin Park's Chester Bennington's suicide on Chris Cornell's birthday. Specifically, I've been contemplative about the difference between those of us who overcome depression and those who do not, and if the key is our ability to access healing.... Continue Reading →
In 2012, I stayed in Antigua Guatemala for 4 weeks to get over a heartbreak. In 2016, I penned this poem to express my gratitude to all that Antigua has given me, has meant to me.
Most people who know me, know I spend a bit of time on the road. I've worked and traveled around the world, often to places that most people never heard of or never thought to visit. I can identify precisely when I caught the travel bug: I was 20 and, while getting my bachelors degree at... Continue Reading →