Happy September! This picture is from my trip to Ukraine. Ya’ll, Ukraine. Despite the warnings from people I knew (and didn’t), I traveled to a country fresh from war and boldly corrupt. Luckily, I didn’t get caught up. In fact, I had Continue reading the list: vegan pizza, the wellness epidemic, finances, 90 workouts, and more
Koh Phangan, Thailand is more than pristine beaches and wild parties. It is a place where ordinary moments capture the heart. This is a snapshot of my experience. More to come.
Picture it. Andre 3000 and Big Boi walk outside after a storm. They see a rainbow, spit some rhymes, and get lost in the magic of it all. Nine months later, a miracle happens. It’s Brogues. The first time I saw her Continue reading What if Outkast had sex with a rainbow?
For all who visit India, their reasons couldn’t be more different. Some go to escape. Some go to find meaning. Some go to luxuriate. I wanted to go because, it’s India! Plus two of my favorite people in the world are from Continue reading They said it wasn’t the real India. Dharamshala
Nike Trainer to Travel Blogger Many of you know about my travel journey. You know I moved to Asia, sold stuff, quit job, blah blah blah. But you don’t know the details. what was it like? craziest food? men? favorite place? hardest Continue reading quit job. travel world.
I’m still lunging across the world, currently in Eastern Europe. I know what you’re thinking, “Angel isn’t it cold there? Don’t you hate the cold?!” Yes and yes. I didn’t plan to be here. I’m still amazed at how much I try Continue reading Do you know how to relieve stress, cook a steak, or find the best sleeping position?
Berlin is a cool city. It has impeccable nightlife, impeccable public transportation, and an impeccable art scene. Living there for a few months, I felt half tourist, half local. I soaked up the vitality and creativity. I felt the magical summer. And Continue reading berlin: all the things they never tell you
When I met Camille in a seedy nightclub, I didn’t know she would inspire my decision to travel. I thought she was another rich hippie, a privileged person who chooses a pauper’s life-until the novelty of struggle wears off. I was wrong. Continue reading an interview: see through the bikini into the soul
Bangkok is crowded. It’s smelly. It’s seedy. It’s my favorite city in Asia. When I was there, I loved the accessibility, the authenticity, the variety, and the grit. But, the air quality? Not so much. As a runner, I was frustrated. I Continue reading the best place for runners in bangkok
I am 2 years late to Instagram but I am making up for it. I post cool pictures from my travels. I post great fitness tips. And I’m hilarious. Obviously. If you’re on instagram, come see me. I’ll see you instagram. My Continue reading instagram: i’m not a player, i’m the game
I’ve been traveling for more than 2 years and I’ve decided to stop. Yep, 2016 will be my last year as a renegade traveler. Not permanently but for now. I want the same bed, a kitchen with a blender, a dog. Or Continue reading Highlights: quitting travel, flint michigan, the myth of willpower, and chakra yoga
Malaysia is a wonderfully diverse country. They have beaches, tea plantations, mountains, and cities. Each part is so different (the west is nothing like the east), it’s impossible to sum it up. So I won’t. This is my photo collection of urban Continue reading city life in Malaysia: a photo story
The dance floor was empty save the locals folded into the corner. The guys pressed into the wall. The girls pressed into the guys. They stared at me, eyes fixed, asking “what are you doing here?” I was here to experience the Continue reading journal entry: i wanted to stay
Phnom Pehn, Cambodia. How would I describe it? Real. Very real. I have a lot of stories to share. But first, here’s a glance at every day life. I took all the pictures from behind. Now, you can create the story. More Continue reading travel: behind the scenes in phnom penh, cambodia
So far, this journey has taken me to 9 countries and many cities. All of them different. Hectic, seedy, gentle, rustic, overwhelming, inauthentic, untouched, and peaceful. I’m grateful to have experienced such a range. One of the most charming cities I’ve seen Continue reading travel: the most charming city in taiwan