I have Adventure Deficit Disorder.
I get bored, really easily. And I mean really easily. I changed university programs three times, went to college, and then started a business. Shortly after, I started a second business... and then a third. In the midst of being busy with work, I wanted to travel but often had to cancel them due to work. So I started to document my journey, 'cause why not?
Earlier in 2018, I decided to stop purchasing physical souvenirs that I would eventually throw out, and purchase permanent tattoos instead.
A response to someone that thinks every woman hates their body.
It’s all smoke and mirrors, I promise.
I’ve always had a bit of a messy relationship with my hair. Now, I have new found freedom and I’ve embraced my curls. Here’s my story.
It’s time to finally take care of yourself. No more excuses.
It's the holidays. It's stressful. And that's okay!
I’m very aware of one of my biggest issues, one that I have been working on for years: I compare myself to people incessantly. Social media fed into this bad game of mine, because I wold see beautiful people with their perfect lives. It’s human nature to compare ourselves to others to learn about societal expectations, but it can very easily feed low-self esteem or cause anxiety.
Reykjavik is a beautiful city, but you likely only need a few days to explore it. Here's why.
There are some things I either wish I knew (or took seriously) about Reykjavik before landing in Iceland. Take my advice, trust me.
Oh Iceland. The land of water that smells like eggs, where people speak so fast it's hard to understand, and where cats rule the town.
Many visitors to Iceland stop at the iconic Blue Lagoon during their stay. Here are some tips and tricks!