10 Excellent Books to Add to Your 2019 Reading List

10 Excellent Books to Add to Your 2019 Reading List

Hey guys! I hope you’re having a good 2019 so far. Today I wanted to share my top reading recommendations for this year. 2018 wasn’t my best reading year (I had so much reading to do in grad school), but I still managed to finish around 25 books. Here are...
2019 Goals + Resolutions

2019 Goals + Resolutions

Hey guys! As we all know, 2019 is here. Personally, I couldn’t be happier. 2018 was a really tough year for me with lots of change and ambiguity (leaving Uganda, moving back to Michigan, starting grad school) so I’m not sad to see the back of it. I’m...
3 Days in Mexico City: The Perfect Itinerary

3 Days in Mexico City: The Perfect Itinerary

I wrote this itinerary for a friend who will soon be spending 3 days in Mexico City. I thought you guys might find it useful as well, as many of you were interested in my Mexico City posts. Enjoy! There is so much to do, see, and eat in Mexico City. The food is...
Do Readers Grow Up to Be Travelers?

Do Readers Grow Up to Be Travelers?

Since I was a child, I’ve been entranced by two things: books and faraway places. Though I didn’t leave the country until I was 15, I explored as much as possible without going anywhere. I read stacks of books. I took my red wagon to the library. I called...
Career Advice for Lost Twenty-somethings

Career Advice for Lost Twenty-somethings

Me at my college graduation in 2012 In my twenties, I’ve felt so much pressure (both internal and external) to find the right career. I think most of us have. Since graduating from college, I’ve worked in sales and marketing. I’ve freelanced and...
7 Foods You Have to Try in Azerbaijan

7 Foods You Have to Try in Azerbaijan

One thing that surprised me about my trip to Azerbaijan? The food. It turns out Azerbaijani food is amazing. It’s healthy, varied, and fresh, with lots of sour notes and pickled components. Overall, Azerbaijani cuisine is most similar to Turkish food....