We all have a quiet guide within us. It leads us to go to places, meet people, and venture into experiences which often require courage. This blog serves to track my travels throughout the world, while following the guidance of my quiet voice, and hopefully inspire others to do the same.
Good evening, dear readers. It’s been several months since my last post and I feel this is significant enough to write about. Before I jump in, I’d like to be frank and state that this is not a well polished post. I’ve tried re-writing for several hours throughout the day and honestly, I need to … Continue reading A New Start
This is my first time in the Middle-East since February of 2016. As I have wrote in previous blogs, I left Bahrain early last year, after a long breakdown in mental health. But that’s not what this post is about. Jordan has been on my list of countries to visit since my friends (read family) … Continue reading My Thoughts on Jordan
Have you heard of Brené Brown’s book Daring Greatly: How the Courage to Be Vulnerable Transforms the Way We Live, Love, Parent, and Lead? If not, maybe you have watched or listened to her Ted Talk from 2011 on vulnerability. If none of the above sound familiar, I’ll quickly sum up who she is and … Continue reading Just Show Up
On the first of June, I turned 30. The weeks leading up were filled with wandering down the West Coast of New Zealand’s South Island, on my way to Invercargil. Try as I might, it was hard not to put too much emphasis on making this milestone a day to remember. In April, someone I … Continue reading The Big “3-0”