Whether we pay close attention to political narratives or movie plot lines, what we choose to focus on effects us more than we may realize.
How do we learn narratives? In this section of the series, learn how we construct stories to make sense of our world, our mind, and our own story.
I am honored and ecstatic to present my story that is featured in the top finalists for Travelex Uk’s The Next Great Travel Writer!
I solemnly looked at the side mirror of the tow truck to see my beloved van strapped to the back of the truck. When you live the wanderlust lifestyle, you find that transportation is a key element for traveling. For the vanlife, your car is essential. The tow truck driver started up a conversation forContinue reading “The Key to Living a Wanderlust Lifestyle”
When I was a child, I used to think hiding from my fear was the best solution to addressing it. When there seemed to be monsters in the closet, I would bury myself under all the possible blankets I could find and pull in all my furry stuffed animals into the covers with me. Only underContinue reading “How To Overcome the Fear of Minimalism”
Darkness enveloped the sky, much as my energy seemed to drain the color from my face and push my conscious into panic. Every limb held weight, every piece of my brain wanted to quit, yet as I looked up at a sky full of stars I had never seen, it all seemed worth it. TravelingContinue reading “Traveling With Chronic Health Problems”
When you open your closet, what do you see? Do you see articles of clothing that you wear often, or clothing that harbors a heavy feeling? In the age of fast fashion, it can be hard to maintain a sense of minimalism. Many choose not to take on the minimalism philosophy of life for theContinue reading “Why Minimalism Is Not About Less Stuff”