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 Just exploring what it means to be a human through writing about life, travel, my feelings and more.

My Travel Hacks for Frequent Travel

My Travel Hacks for Frequent Travel

Travel is fun and rewarding, but it can also be physically and financially demanding. Through the years, I have found a few small adjustments can make a huge difference for me. Some of them originated in my search on the subject, and some were through just experimenting. I hope they can help make travel even more enjoyable!

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Tips for Planning Your Travel Agenda

Tips for Planning Your Travel Agenda

I have a pretty formulaic approach to crafting my schedule when I travel that I am happy to share with you. I like to mix up my agenda with local vibes and tourist vibes; A balance of both gives me an excellent sense of a place without feeling like I missed out on really getting to know a place.

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The White Girl & Her Posole Recipe

The White Girl & Her Posole Recipe

I previously never paid much mind to who my biological dad is or who his family is. I know they come from the Sinaloa region of Mexico and that most of his immediate family has immigrated to the United States. They live in California, I think. I am Facebook friends with him and some of his family. I’ve watched these strangers get married, have children, go through divorces, remarry, travel, and experience loss of other family members I do not know.

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Amsterdam Street Photography

Amsterdam Street Photography

Amsterdam was my first solo travel experience. I couldn’t have chosen a better place to spend time alone reflecting on life and working with intention on my photography. Amsterdam is a gorgeous place full of some of the nicest most interesting people in the world. I...

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The Role Male Allies Play in My Life

The Role Male Allies Play in My Life

Full transparency — I have not been big on the idea of male allies historically. It felt like I was trying to get buy-in on the idea that I am a human being who deserves equal opportunities to thrive. I am proud to say, my opinions on the concept have evolved a lot...

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From Content Creator to Content Producer

From Content Creator to Content Producer

Transitioning from content creator to content producer has not been the most natural thing for me to do. If you are someone who’s transitioning to a management role in marketing, or really any management role, I would like to share some of my lessons learned.

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How I (Literally) Found My Voice

How I (Literally) Found My Voice

The vocal work I’ve done has been huge for me. You may have even started following me here because you saw me speak at an event! I encourage you to explore your voice and how it can change your career and your life, for me it has instrumental in my success.

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When Women Speak Up, We Are Considered the Problem

When Women Speak Up, We Are Considered the Problem

You’ve likely read the first-person account of sexual harassment Randi Zuckerberg experienced on her recent flight on Alaska Airlines. If you haven’t you can find it here in her own words. The gist of the situation is that a man sexually harassed her on a...

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Street Photography Havana, Cuba

Street Photography Havana, Cuba

As I prepared for my trip to Havana I had this notion that I was going to see Havana before the normalization of relations between the US and Cuba tainted what I felt was a simpler and even happier life. I mean that is what I saw when I typed in “travel to Cuba” to...

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