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-Indonesia-

I’ve been back from Indonesia for a little less than month now, and am finally just finding my footing and a little inspiration to write about it. This was the most challenging trip I’ve had to date, and I haven’t really known how to process the life challenges thrown my way until now.

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-Sequoia National Park-

While being in my brace, I majorly struggled to sit still. I would get frustrated over not being able to hike, or be outside to my fullest degree. Traveling was near impossible, and slowing down did my head in. 

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-Banff, Canada-

After spending my last two birthdays out of the country, I decided to make it a tradition to start a new year around the sun, in a new country I’ve never visited. This year I chose Canada, Banff specifically. I do find it odd that I waited until the last two years to visit the […]

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-Travel Etiquette-

I have been thinking a lot about the people I have encountered and the things I have seen while traveling. Things that have rubbed me wrong, and also left me feeling wrong for either not speaking up, or not knowing how to express my thoughts.

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-Zimbabwe-

I am so excited to share about my experience in Africa! I’ve had a handful of people reach out and ask about the organizations I worked with and what I was doing there, so feast your eyes! Let me start by expressing my mistakes. I am HUGE on doing research on animal organizations before volunteering […]

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-Exploring Stephens Gap-

About a year ago I came across a picture of someone rappelling into a beautiful lush green cave. It looked like somewhere out of South America.

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-Mother Earth, you light up my life-

Not so much a travel post, but a Mother Earth appreciation post. Driving home last night around midnight, I began to feel the rumble in my car from the thunder, followed by the sky being lit up by lightning bolts.

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-Joshua Tree day trip-

It was a spur of the moment thought, but that’s where my favorite adventures come from. I had never spent time in Joshua tree, and with it only being a little over an hour away from me, I had zero excuses not to go.

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-Yosemite-

After living in LA for 7 years, and only finding my love for it by exploring the beauty around it, I decided to take a backpacking trip to Yosemite. I had gone once when I was pretty little with the family, but I wanted to see all that it had to offer now that I […]

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-Cozumel-

One of my good friends got the job opportunity of a lifetime. He became the CEO of Cancun.com. I know what you’re thinking, because we all are. And no, I’m not joking. He got to spend half a year in Mexico,

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