• Ex-pat
  • Why Traveling Sometimes Sucks


    While traveling can be one of the most enriching and memorable times in ones’ life, it can simultaneously be the hardest. And not because sleeping in hostels is sometimes uncomfortable and dirty, or because the cultural differences are too hard, or even because of the close calls getting Taken in Southeast Asia, but because being […]

  • Writing
  • Joining the Dark Side that is Twitter

    Source: wtfhub.com

    In an attempt to “branch out” in the social media world, I’ve finally decided to create a Twitter account! Yes I realize I’m about 8 years late. (I actually just Googled “Twitter” to see when it was founded. Which was in San Francisco, of course, because California is AWESOME.) Anyway, I decided long ago that […]

  • NaBloPoMo
  • Over-commitment and NaBloPoMo


    For the month of November, I’m trying a few things. First off, I’d like to give warning that I’m the Queen of Over-Commitment. If I’m not over-committing, I’m greatly under-committing. I have no middle ground. It’s a problem. In high school, I thought it was a fabulous idea to join every kind of extracurricular club/society […]

  • Uncategorized
  • Blog or P*rn Site?

    This month

    One of the perks of blogging on WordPress is that you get to see what searches online ultimately lead people to your site. For example, my blog is often showing up when people Google “how to travel cheap” or “budget travel tips”, etc. This tool is helpful for all that SEO nonsense I know nothing […]