It was my last spring break of graduate school and I needed somewhere cheap to go. My funds were critical because I was planning my big graduation trip (which I'm SO excited for and because student loans love to kill my vibe). So after a few searches, Mexico City became my new destination. 1 week … Continue reading Learning to Let Go of My Fears
I feel like there's something about my generation (millennials) that isn't discussed much these days. Some people may not understand nor agree with what I have to say and that's okay. Some of us (including myself) are struggling with life. We are trying to balance what society tells us to do, what we want to … Continue reading Finding Your Meaning
First I apologize for not writing any posts on my blog for a while, life has been crazy. Thankfully, I'm slowly coming back and fighting through it all. But in other news so I'm going to GREECE, by my self. omgomgomgomgomg This is my first real solo trip. Yes, I have been to London a … Continue reading 1st REAL Solo Trip
Ever since I was in London and cut off all my hair, a new problem joined my life. What do I do with my hair? How do I do my hair? Is this cute/"ethnic?" or just stupid? I did the super big big chop (went bald) and have never been natural before this. I didn't … Continue reading Kinky Hair Travels
It's funny when people ask me "How do you do it, aren't you tired?" Or my other favorite response is "Woah I could never!" To all the people who bless me with their questions and comments: Are your comments supposed to reassure me? Because sometimes they're like an annoying smack in the face. … Continue reading How Do I Do It?
Yes, this is a thing. Yes it is a bittersweet experience, but I will always be proud and love the color of my skin. Traveling with brown skin is interesting because you never know what to expect. For those of you who don't understand me, let me put it into perspective. Say you want to … Continue reading Traveling With Brown Skin
Solo Route Once my train took off, that was the moment I realized that I didn’t know if I would make it back to London. This was my first solo trip and I was freaking out for every moment of it. My destination was the Birling Gap and I was determined to complete the two … Continue reading Cliffs of Dover