Postcards From Roadside America

Driving across the country and back is the ultimate road trip. Or, at the very least, the longest. You better have some good music with you, and a couple gallons of water. After 6,000 miles of mostly interstate highways, you will soon know every rest stop and gas station in America. You might have a... Continue Reading →

A Week Alone In Paris

My first solo-travel experience was an accident. I was twenty-years old and I had never left the country before. I'd never really traveled and I knew very little about the world. Really, I didn't even know much about how to be a human. Yet! Being a human takes practice. Back then, I never would have... Continue Reading →

Stay Curious

“I have no special talents. I am only passionately curious.” -Einstein In July, I stood on the shore of Portland, Maine, looking out at the Atlantic ocean and feeling pleased with myself. I had made it! Over the last few months, I had driven all the way from California to Maine. Partly, my journey had... Continue Reading →

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