A peak into my mind on a routine jog.
Newport, Rhode Island. A small town in a small state, with some beautiful beaches, rich history, and surprises everywhere. I had never heard about it until I moved to the South Coast of Massachusetts. Apparently, an assortment of wealthy and unambiguous individuals have lived here in the past, which you can learn about on the … Continue reading The Natural Beauty of Newport RI
I am quite possibly an insomniac and I very rarely get more than five hours of sleep. Oftentimes, I am up thinking about the things I need to do before class the next day, or how to re-write my once-basic ten year plan. Before the great divide happened I had wanted a family by thirty. Since … Continue reading Insomnia… OR booking 3/4 of the Euro-trip instead of sleeping ❤
European Airlines. What does that have to do with a free market economy? Everything. Fact: Currently, it is cheaper for me to fly from Boston to London than it is to fly from Boston to Las Vegas. Fact: The European airline systems were deregulated back in the early 90s, and during this time, many small … Continue reading Why I love the Free Market Economy
LIke every solid Type A person out there, before I left, I knew I needed a plan. This is a brief synopsis of what I did to get the best prices on everything: Step 1: Dream I literally thought about travelling for years before I actually booked my first international flight. For this particular Eurotrip, … Continue reading Planning for the trip (Or, how I’m travelling to 9 countries for $1500)
It began with a facebook post. "Ticket to Portugal! $320.00! Who's with me?" Twenty-one likes later, no one could commit to the ticket. I looked desparingly at my laptop screen. It was the day after my twenty-fifth birthday. I was scheduled to work that weekend. While I was at work, I talked to colleague who … Continue reading When I first booked my ticket to Portugal
Pictures of the view near the mansions.
So, back when I was 7, my Dad read me The Hobbit, by JRR Tolkein. The Hobbit is an incredible story, filled with excitement, adventure and, best of all, dragons. It was the first novel I can remember reading. Nowadays, pretty much everyone knows about it, I mean, it was turned into a movie trilogy.... … Continue reading Cheap and Incredible Cures for Wanderlust
So, for the past year, I have been telling people I've hit a quarter-life crisis. I have been telling people that my life is a quarter way done, I am single, I have bills to play, and that, honestly, although I love my job, I am unsure that I am in the field I want … Continue reading Quarter-Life Crisis