. I have been living in Madrid for the past year, and it has now become my second home. If you choose to you move to another country be prepared to have an open mind and adapt to the culture, you may learn a thing or two about yourself along the way. Here are some … Continue reading 5 things I learned about life, while living in Spain
I may get some critics for this post. But I’m going to post it anyway. I never have or never will believe in the concept “The American Dream.” The American dream is redefined by people over the years but here are the common definitions of the American Dream: -a life of personal happiness and material … Continue reading Why I don’t believe in the American Dream.
The cost of flights often holds people back from traveling. And sometimes, it takes quite a bit of research to find a good deal. When I worked for my design company in NYC, I was in charge of booking travel for our team of designers. This included both international and domestic travel. I have used … Continue reading How to find ridiculously cheap flights.
I often get asked the same question, time and time again. When I tell people that I spent a year traveling to 20 different countries.... family, friends from back home, and even strangers look at me with wide eyes for they are curious to know – “How do you afford to travel?” The truth is, … Continue reading Travel isn’t expensive, it’s your idea of travel that is.
"For what it's worth... It’s never too late or too early to be whoever you want to be. There is no time limit. Start whenever you want. You can change or stay the same. There are no rules to this thing. I hope you make the best of it. I hope you see things that … Continue reading Why the life you chose doesn’t have to be the life you live