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the week when the festivities began: new york city // 51

26 Dec 2016 NYC, the sacred everyday

Happy Holidays!! I’m writing to you from my brother’s cozy little home on the coast of Maine, just outside of Portland. The sun is shining and it is frigid out. As soon as I finish this post, I’m gonna wrap up + take Gunni, the dog, out for a walk on the beach. Yep. My brother literally lives on the coast of Maine. It’s a sandy little beach, tucked into a cove, with wide the Atlantic Ocean in view. IRead More

weekend in paris • day 1

30 Jun 2016 paris

bonjour! i am so excited about sharing my trip to paris with you all because it was everything i hoped it would be, and about a million times more. i’ve got a ton of photos, lots of thoughts + reflections, and even a few tips to share with you, should you ever find yourself wandering the streets of paris one day. however, i absolutely have to break up my paris trip into a few different posts… otherwise we will allRead More

the art of traveling spontaneously: a weekend in stockholm

the older i get, the less i want to plan. i think that feeling comes from the understanding that aging gives you that life almost never turns out as one plans it. there are unknown paths, unplanned paths, frightening paths, and soul-touching paths all along the road of life. yes, it’s good to have an idea, a goal, and a dream. but, it is also very important to heed the lesson of the road: the unexpected is a huge part ofRead More

// week thirty one (part 3) // airbnb loft living in funky södermalm

it’s no secret that i love to travel. and, for the most part, when i travel i want to have the most authentic experience as possible. in order to make that possible, i visit friends and get tips from locals whenever i can. however, there is another way to get that real experience when hoping to explore + discover the secrets and soul of a place. airbnb. i have now used airbnb twice when i’ve traveled. my love and i spentRead More

how available are you?

19 Sep 2014 spirit + soul

when you don’t have a 9-5 job, or any job with a set schedule, then you tend to be available and flexible. which is a good thing. but, only if you set boundaries. know your limits. and learn how to say “no”. oh, and are disciplined. very disciplined. working as a freelance writer and photographer, i have come to understand this very intimately over the past year. and i’ve reaffirmed the fact that i do not set boundaries, i amRead More

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