Looking Up: Striking Architecture Around The World

After seeing photos of famous cities empty and almost deserted as a result of halted travel lately, I couldn’t help but think of my favorite reason to travel, the best part of exploring any city. Architecture. Even when people aren’t around to fill streets or marvel at impressive landmarks, cities and their architecture remain. ArchitectureContinue reading “Looking Up: Striking Architecture Around The World”

Social Distancing Diaries, Part 1

It’s 10am and the sun is pouring into the apartment. It’s an impossibly pretty Spring morning. On any other normal day, I’d be tempted to get dressed and head into the city to spend my afternoon there. I would pick my favorite co-working cafe and work there for hours, energized just by being around otherContinue reading “Social Distancing Diaries, Part 1”

My Wellness Experience at Museflower Retreat & Spa in Chiang Rai, Thailand

There’s a lot to be said about taking time off to recharge and reconnect with nature. But how many of us actually do that? The end of 2019 had me running on fumes and I was craving a meaningful moment to reflect on all that the year was. After my first retreat experience in Bali,Continue reading “My Wellness Experience at Museflower Retreat & Spa in Chiang Rai, Thailand”

2019: Reflections, Lessons, and Where We’re Moving Next

Hey readers! Happy New Year! As I write this there are only a few hours left in 2019, and I can’t help but reflect. I began 2019 — a lot like we will start 2020 — in a new country, with plenty of questions, and a healthy dose of hope for our next challenge. TheContinue reading “2019: Reflections, Lessons, and Where We’re Moving Next”

Review: My Wellness Experience at Sukhavati Ayurvedic Retreat & Spa, Bali

Have you ever heard of Ayurveda before? I recently visited this health and wellness retreat in the heart of Bali to disconnect and reconnect with my body and mind. Read more.

Hotel Review: 18th Century Chic at Hotel des Grands Boulevards

Through a wrought-iron gate and down a small tree-lined alley, you’ll discover Hôtel des Grand Boulevards. What used to be a grand hôtel particulier in the 1700’s is now a stylish 50-room boutique hotel that’s equal parts regal, romantic and relaxing. It has all the dreamy design you would expect from designer Dorothée Meilichzon; she’sContinue reading “Hotel Review: 18th Century Chic at Hotel des Grands Boulevards”

Saying Au Revoir to Paris (Again)

Everywhere I went today I marveled at the eccentric, the fashionable, the strange. Paris is surprising that way. What can I say about the City of Light that hasn’t already been said? I could, like Hemingway, wax poetic about how the city is a moveable feast, how it’s a place that stays with me longContinue reading “Saying Au Revoir to Paris (Again)”

Life Lately: 10 Countries in 10 Months and the Busiest Year Yet

As I head out the door to catch my train to Paris, I look my outfit once over in the mirror. Once outside, a cold breeze blows over me so I quickly dash inside to grab a pink scarf, the one that’s been on the coatrack for months. And just like that, fall is here.Continue reading “Life Lately: 10 Countries in 10 Months and the Busiest Year Yet”