Holiday Getaway

For the first time in my life, I spent Christmas away from my family. This is my favorite holiday and my family are Christmas people. Traditionally, we always spend it together as much as we can. Needless to say, I don’t ever travel around this time. But the end of 2017 seemed to work itself…

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Work, Play, Art

Sometimes, you have a full-time job that gets in your way of playing. Sometimes, when you’re lucky enough, you get to do both. The reason I’ve been slacking on my blogging lately…fine, one of the many reasons I’ve been slacking was that this time of the year is super busy for my real job. But…

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Spring Awakening

As my better-late-than-never ‘gap year’ comes to an end this week, I couldn’t help but be sincerely excited about going back to the fundraising workforce. Only this time, I will actually be doing it for something I am passionate about. Everything really does happen at the right time. I’ve been letting fate take the reins for…

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A Farewell To Arms

After every trip, I used to go back home and dread coming back to my 9 to 5 job. It didn’t bother me at first. I knew I needed a job to fund my travels, of course and I genuinely loved what I did for work. But balancing both has been progressively difficult. My wanderlust…

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5 Reasons Why You Need A Caribbean Getaway

Who doesn’t love a Caribbean getaway? Ok, maybe vampires. Maybe my pasty horrible ex-boss. Nonetheless, I haven’t met one person who doesn’t love the Caribbean. And for those who have never been, let’s end the self-pity and talk about why you should go to those exotic islands you’ve checked out online. Reason #5 – Your horrible boss…

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Work -Life Balance or Not

My biggest travel motivation was achieving that work-life balance thing. It’s such an American concept, I know but it is still a sad reality. In the States, there are no siestas and employees are expected to work more than forty-hours a week. On top of that, most companies have AWFUL vacation benefits or in some…

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