This is a long overdue post, but I’m happy to be back into the writing circuit after catching a bit of a bug at the latter end of my vacation. If you didn’t know, I was recently in Bolivia and Peru! And this week, I will be breaking down exactly how much I spent on
Meditating is a great practice for personal development and everyone talks about it but it can be harder than you think to get started! This article shares secrets about how to overcome those challenges as told by monks and nuns of Thailand!
With the rise of Instagram, social media, and the ease of an inspirational quote maker, it is easy to feel less than if you haven’t traveled the world.
That somehow you’re failing as a millennial because you can’t live up to all those “wanderlust” posts. And who am I to say this? It’s not because I’m bitter I didn’t travel; it’s because I traveled (to over 30 countries, across 5 continents in 5 years).
March 3rd in Japan is Hinamatsuri which is Doll’s Day or Girls Day. It’s a celebration of of the Heian period (the last period of classical Japanese history) and named after what is now known as modern Kyoto.
From tea ceremony traditions to dressing up in a traditional kimono, the (not too pricey) experience was worth every penny!
Ireland is one of the most underrated places in my opinion. Even as I was planning my trip with my best friend, I was excited, but not in complete awe. Until I arrived, then I was in complete awe.
My family is from Vietnam so I’ve seen practically the entire country from top to bottom. Every time anyone asks me where to go they already have landmark places like Ha Long Bay on their list. But I really encourage people to go out of the way for Mui Ne. I had never heard of
Everyone goes to Rome. Of course! I lived there for 6 months so I know there’s always a million things to see and do and eat. If you’re on a time crunch, a quick google of “Things to do and see in Rome” will give you more than enough ideas. However, if you have the time, I truly recommend seeing a different side of Rome. To see the Empire beyond the ruins, into the lavish life of the emperors…and for that you will need to go to Tivoli.