Here are a few shots of my morning commute. It was a beautiful snow day. There was still school. I left 2 hours early and enjoyed every minute of it. Oh and P.S. I know it seems like this photo should be flipped vertically... but nope. It looks weird.
Walking is my favorite. After hiking through Forest Park a few dozen times, I was stoked to find th Alameda Ridge & Stairs walk, which I've already completed three times in three months! Yep, it's that rad.
This Valentine's Day I am getting the best gift ever: self care! Walking is just one of many ways I can do that, and it is FREE. Here's a quick post with 3.5 sentences and 20+ pictures. Enjoy!
I'm feeling thankful. Which totally makes sense - we are on the verge of Christmas. This Christmas I just want to thank a company who really saved us during our life changning trip. Thank you thank you thank you Columbia!
It's seasonal, fresh and delicious. Grab your fork and eat up! Enjoy this healthier copycat of Panera's Fuji Apple Chicken Salad for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
After 6 months of travel touching down and visiting over 9 countries I've got some stuff to share. In this article, I talk about how it feels to be back home and answer 5 of our most commonly asked questions. Check it out!
Last post of the trip. Drink it up and drink it in. Don't worry more articles will trickle in post trip.
I didn't know you could do so much in a month! We went from Barcelona, Spain to Montpellier, France then to Carcassonne, France and back into Spain. This article is an update about our time once we got back into Spain and before we head into Portugal! Hope you enjoy.
Another month has gone by. Life or time doesn't ever stop to ask you if you are ready for the next adventure. Whether you are ready for it or not, you've got to buck up and adjust to the new wave. That's my big take away from this month abroad.
Yay! You are going somewhere new! You take a flight, you arrive, you get through the jet lag... And then what? You're in a new land and it's not like home. Is this culture shock or more like discomfort? What happens when you are traveling from one country to another month after month? Do you experience culture shock at each place?