Located in Franconia, Germany, Bamberg is ridiculously cute. I have to stop every second to take a picture of the colorful windows or the pastel walls.Read More
I knew Iceland would be expensive. But, I didn't know it'd be THAT expensive. Seriously, just take all my money.Read More
I can tell he has a lot of passion in what he does and it's been inspiring to see it come to life.Read More
We did some googling. Pictures of the white sand with turquoise water was all we needed to book our flight to paradise.Read More
"I felt I couldn't refuse, but doing it made me feel everything bad you could possibly feel; humiliated, depressed, furious. I felt like such a loser, standing there to sell myself."Read More
A must read for those traveling to Santiago, Chile.Read More
The Frieze Art Fair was a collection of 200 galleries around the world. It was held on Randall's Island during the first weekend of May. It was massive and a bit overwhelming. What was more impressive than some of the artwork was the people there. It was the place to stand out and be loud, strutting the over the top and I got things to say statements. Here is a snapshot of some of the artwork at the fair.Read More
Traveling has been my best educator. I've learned so much about myself and from the people I met along the way. There aren't many regrets I have in life that I want to redo over. But, there are few mistakes I have made during my travels that I'd never, EVER, want to make again.Read More
I had to close my eyes several times to take breaks from all the stunning views. No joke.Read More
Let's be real. I'd love to go to the moon but not everybody got that Richard Branson's Virgin Galactic money. San Pedro de Atacama was the closest to being on the moon. This place was magical.
Here is a visual journey to the moon and back.Read More
There's something magical about reading a book of that country while traveling through it. It gives me a deeper connection to the characters.Read More
Learn from my mistakes.Read More
The good, the bad, and the ugly of the 8 money-making books I've read so you don't have to.Read More
I can't believe I've hitchhiked.
Coming from NYC, I've learned to avoid eye contacts and go the other way when a stranger starts to ask questions. Putting myself in a complete stranger's car and relying on them to take me to my destination was out of my comfort zone.Read More
"Behind every successful man, there's a great woman." Isidora Goyenechea was married to Luis Cousiño. She had a background in coal mining and applied her skills in wine making. She grew the business, installed new technology, and was the ultimate boss lady. They even had a barrel of wine reserved for the employees so they didn't have to steal it.Read More
Getting private students is definitely one of the best ways to earn extra cash. I charge more and I have the freedom to control my schedule. When I first started out, I worked for institutes to get experience and connections. Now, the majority of my classes are from private students.Read More
BARRIO ITALIA is like the baby sister of Williamsburg in Brooklyn. Except, she has no man-buns, less fuss, and more chill (ok, maybe a few man-buns). Within the 7-block radius, there are adorable cafés, Instagram-ready restaurants, and cute local shops. I'm always discovering something new through all the nooks and crannies.
Here is a photo tour of why Barrio Italia is my favorite Santiago neighborhood!Read More
Bravery is my parents escaping from a communist regime to start a new life in a country with no money or speaking a word of English. They are in a country that initially didn’t welcome them or accepted their weirdness. Every minor task was a struggle and returning back home was not an option.
When people say I’m brave because I quit my job and travel the world makes me feel like an imposter.Read More
My boyfriend and I decided to spend a few days in Buenos Aires and Uruguay for the holidays. We were both in a funk, emotionally and professionally, so I was hoping this trip would ignite some passion back into our lives. Just a few days before our trip, he had issues with his job and needed to cut his trip short. I was disappointed but it wouldn't stop me from continuing onto Uruguay.Read More
Chile is stunning. Atacama in the north will have you feeling like landing on the moon. Getting close up to the penguins in the south is like being behind the scenes of Happy Feet. On top of that, Chileans are super sweet and would go out of their way to help you. With all that said, the food is lackluster and at best just mediocre.
I tried. I really did try.Read More