Life gets a little scary sometimes. I think about it a lot. So much can change overnight, and we always just assume things will continue to follow our expectations. I think about the lay-offs in tech, and the Silicon Valley Bank bail out. I think of how many people are posting on LinkedIn about makingContinue reading “Space For Gratitude”
Category Archives: Thoughts on The Fly
Mindset Matters: Manifestation and Prayer
Which brings me to mindset- how do we align ourselves with a Divine Mindset while walking on the Earth where we need to pay our bills, make decisions that align us with our goals, and deal with the constant pressure of society to be something? And, even beyond that: we have to operate within the confines of this world in order to survive, in spite of being connected to the divine?
The Treasure Theory
The first piece of the treasure theory is that as a human being you are a frikking treasure. A gem. Everything in the universe has been conspiring for the past millennium to ensure that the exact genetic make-up, personality, and situation has produced you. Whether we want to think that this is true or not, there is something both marvelous and magical about our existence. We have the privilege of living on Earth for a finite amount of time, and then we experience another ‘immersive experience,’ (as Tanya in White Lotus says in the first season) death.
You and Your Boyfriend Are Done: Why You Should Take the Trip Anyway
So you are wondering if you should take a trip even though you initially planned it for you and your boyfriend. Check it out! This article investigates whether you should take the trip or not .
5 Rookie Mistakes to Avoid While Backpacking
Okay, so, after a couple international trips and traveling for about a year, I’ve realized that there are so many mistakes everyone makes on their first trip. They are super common, and easy to avoid! My hope is that after reading this article, you will be able to enjoy you’re trip, and perhaps avoid exhausting yourself, wondering if you’ve seen everything, or regretting the money you’ve spent on your trip.
The Art of Public Transit: My Four, Unbreakable, Cardinal Rules
I love traveling solo… most of the time. To be honest, I feel safer in most places while traveling than I do back in the states. However, I have four cardinal rules that I follow while waiting for the buses here in Costa Rica. Why? Because the stations in San Jose are in the worst neighborhoods. Additionally, bus stations in other places also seem to attract characters of all sorts. These rules can be applied almost everywhere and won’t lead you astray.
A Quick Rant About The Gun Policy in the USA
A quick rant about guns and schools.
The Flight To Singapore and My Irrational Fear of Flying
I hate flying, especially in Asia. It seems like this is at odds with my wanderlust, but there’s just something about what would happen in the unlikely event of a plane crash.
Remembering My Grandma Ginger
I’m boarding a plane to Stockholm Tuesday evening. I will arrive in Sweden the next day, September 6, around 9am. I had initially planned to prepare for my trip last week by putting my items in storage, packing, calling about my financial stuff, squeezing in a couple of extra shifts at my per diem job,Continue reading “Remembering My Grandma Ginger”
“Like baseball, life throws curveballs at you. your choices will not effect the speed, position, or velocity of the ball. The only part of the game you have control over….. is the reaction you have to the pitch.”