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?
After an hour on the “Frecciarossa” (Italy’s express train), I was already savoring what would come next. The world famous Neapolitan pizza. I stepped out of the train on a Saturday morning in the middle of October to find a sort of beautiful chaos ruling the southern city of Naples. There were pedestrians challenging the … Continue reading Why Eating Pizza in Napoli Changed My Perspective on Food
On my last post I talked about working less. Working intelligently. About making sure that our life is not centered around the idea that we have to feel busy to be fulfilled. That we need time to create. Time to be. Time to connect with the people in our lives. That being busy should not … Continue reading What Is It We Are Supposed To Do?
As we come into a New Year, many of us (yes, myself included), are mapping out our goals for 2018. Getting ready to make this year bigger and better. For a lot of people - especially in the country that has been my home for the last few years - this means to enter, or … Continue reading Resolution: Aiming To Do Less
Cultural Appropriation… or rather: the permission of social media justice warriors to get everyone upset about something that has absolutely no real importance. All of this while ignoring real problems of the world. We have become a generation that gives way to hyper sensitivity. Victimize yourself and feel good while doing it. We must coddle … Continue reading Dreadlocks… and our oversensitivity as Millenials