Time is a little wonky, but sometime within the last...year? I went downtown Chicago and was actually downtown, not just rushing to Union Station to catch a train to see family, but exploring downtown guided by a new friend. It's bizarre returning somewhere you haven't been in so long and I found myself constantly trying [...]
Leaving is always hard, but hopefully this guide will help make it easier.
Books read in 2020, spoiler: mostly manga and comic books.
In this episode I'm joined by Nathalie who discusses travel, her adventures, and the impact she's had by putting her experiences out there as a Black travel influencer and the ripple effect it's had to inspire new waves of travelers. Link to podcast transcript available here.
Thinking back to some awesome gifts I got while in Korea over the holiday seasons as well as things I wish I'd asked for. Happy Holidays!
This interview is with Dr. Jim Coffin, retired professor of anthropology and director of international programs. Learn about Anthropology and the study abroad programs he created and his adventures. Transcript pdf available in the post.
With this post so ends the last of my travel adventures up to this point. Due to the pandemic the travel section of this blog will be on hiatus.
Saying goodbye to my coworkers is always hard.
A picture perfect cafe with stunning food, and fake plant decor to give a beautiful aesthetic.
Happy (early) Halloween. In this epsiode I'm joined by Monica, who works for the American Library Association and is a host on Pinky and a Sip podcast. She's a fan of everything spooky and true crime, and has plenty of her own real-life ghost stories to tell from her travels. You can listen to the [...]