Anniversaries have long been a source of nostalgia, remembrance, and reasons to celebrate. From Christmas to July 4 to the passing of a loved one, anniversaries are our way of acknowledging a significant event some number of days or years ago. This week happens to be the very week that I quit my job andContinue reading “One Thought: Memories”
Well, it’s late July. Not sure exactly how time travels so quickly but if we could monetize that speed none of us would need to work ever again. In this short time, I realized a few things. First, I kinda sorta needed a job. Second, a shower and haircut were imminent. And third, I wasContinue reading “The Return: (North) ‘Merica”
During the week, it was Alexa’s birthday. She runs the childrens’ home and we all ran to a beautiful farm to celebrate the day. The farm was organic and used ingenious methods to grow crops and other plants cheaply and efficiently. It was so much cooler on the top of the mountain where the grassesContinue reading “A Reunion in Haiti – vol. 2”
140 days past. Countless memories. Countless people. Countless blessings. It’s pretty incredible up to this point that I haven’t lost anything…or worse. My mind is everywhere. Riding a taxi to the airport after a nice final morning walking the streets of Santiago with a friend brought so many thoughts to the fold. My final hoursContinue reading “A Reunion in Haiti – vol. 1”
Reconnecting with the joys of camping. There’s just nothing quite like surviving in the great outdoors.
An impromptu hike to a quiet lake on the outskirts of Esquel, Argentina with some new local friends.
Hiking Fitz Roy by day and having conversations with fellow travelers by night. Nothing else is more beautiful in this world.
7. Meeting my mom in Buenos Aires and hiking throughout the lakes district. Speaking of appreciating people, seeing my mom after 2 months without her was just as incredible. It’s repetitive but worthwhile. Appreciate the good people in your life with love to give and receive.
8. Seeing Vanessa come through the gate in Colombia. There’s nothing quite like seeing a loved one after a long time with a long distance. That time came to an end twice during this trip, in Colombia and back in NYC. It’s a great way to remember to appreciate those who mean so much inContinue reading “8 Days”