I want to see you again. I want to wake up early in the dark and know my day will end in a different place. I want to fly. I want to taste something new. I want to sit with strangers for hours, close my eyes, and enjoy the ride. I want to know you … Continue reading I WANT TO SEE YOU AGAIN – WANDERLUST OF TRAVEL
Not too long ago, there was a time in my life when I spent a significant amount of time in airports. Usually waiting for connecting flights. I always looked forward to the moment when I could just sit down, put my headphones on, close my eyes, and let music transport me to a different world … Continue reading JUMP TO A DIFFERENT WORLD – THANK YOU AVICII
Last week, I wrote a post titled "Local Perspective: Emanuela and the Fascinating Woman that is Naples," in which I collaborated with a Neapolitan friend of mine. I asked my friend Emanuela about the city where she was born and raised to write a local profile. Through her answers I quickly noticed her passion for … Continue reading Emanuela’s Napoli: Full Naples Interview Transcript
For a little over a year, I have been living in Los Angeles. I haven’t yet warmed up to the city to the extent that I feel comfortable to call it my home; yet, when I first arrived to Los Angeles I absolutely loved it. Why? The beaches, the weather, the mountains, the proximity to … Continue reading WHY WE LOVE BIG CITIES – I DREAM OF NY, I DREAM OF EUROPE
As I mentioned in a previous post, Millennials are the most global generation in history thus far. Many of us live far away from where we were born, many of us have an insatiable hunger to get to know the world that surrounds us; and for the times we can’t physically travel to a location, … Continue reading Is Food an Anchor, or a mode of Transportation?
Every place has a different rite of passage, whether its a simple thing like your first drink, your first date, prom, or a more elaborate moment like a debutante’s ball, or a Quinceañera party. Many of us go through different rites of passage, and they all have different effects, different weights on our soul, mind, … Continue reading Traveling at 15, a better version of the Quinceañera?