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Balkans- Conclusion


Blessed Are The Curious- For They Will Always Have Adventures Kotor, Montenegro: charming, idyllic, picturesque. It was absolutely wonderful to walk around the smaller, quieter, and more relaxed feel of the city. The cobbled streets, small quaint shops, and way of life resembled a… Continue Reading “Balkans- Conclusion”

Solo Traveling Made Easy!


  Plitvice Lakes National Park (Croatia) A few days ago, I returned from a 16 day/7 country Balkans adventure. My head has been spinning ever since, and honestly, I am still trying to catch up on much-needed sleep. On average I slept about 5.5… Continue Reading “Solo Traveling Made Easy!”

Before You Go!


Views on The Inca Trail Who LOVES to travel? I do! I get a massive buzz from it. For the past several years, my life has followed somewhat of a pattern. I work, save money, travel, return, rinse, and repeat! In the US, vacation… Continue Reading “Before You Go!”

In Honor of Black History Month


Cape Coast Today: Slaves Departure Point Dear Readers, Yes, I am fully aware that BHM is relatively an American tradition. And yes, I meant to post the article below a few days ago. It’s been a busy month. Getting ready pursue a different path, … Continue Reading “In Honor of Black History Month”

تغذية طبيعتي التجوال!


Our group, watching the Sunset in Wadi Rum I just returned from a truly epic thirteen-day adventure through the spectacular, history-steeped landscapes of Jordan and Egypt. We wandered the ancient city of Petra, bathed in the Dead Sea, experienced firsthand the true hospitality and… Continue Reading “تغذية طبيعتي التجوال!”

Mama Africa. Thank You!


A week ago yesterday, I was in Turkey, waiting for the last leg of my flight back to the US. As I sat in the lounge wafting for the flight to begin boarding, I took time to look at the hundreds of photos I… Continue Reading “Mama Africa. Thank You!”

Why We Marched


Photo Credit : Nicole Cainer (NYT) Two weeks ago yesterday, I was on my way to Manhattan to do some sightseeing. As I boarded the train, I remembered there was a Women’s March in DC, and cities all over the country. I hadn’t taken… Continue Reading “Why We Marched”

Sit Down!


Photo Credit: NBC Olympics Despite Gabby Douglas’s phenomenal history making performance at the London 2012 Olympic Games, her accomplishments since then, and now with the Final Five US Women Gymnastics’ team  in Rio, trolls still managed to find ways to bully her. First they… Continue Reading “Sit Down!”

#winning#


Medal Given To Me With the exception of a few places, I’ve always been commended for a job well done. Sometimes we go from job to job, until we find one that accepts our perfect mix of talents. I find that Welfare to Work… Continue Reading “#winning#”

Last Christmas.


Decorated hall at the shelter (pic could be a year old) Last Christmas, I was fortunate enough to be in a role, where I had the entire Christmas break off. I decided to do something different. I volunteered at Caring at Christmas; a local… Continue Reading “Last Christmas.”

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