November 2012

Striking a balance between fixed life and wanderlust

Everyone said that as soon as I stopped traveling, I’d miss it. And while I was traveling, I yearned for the comfort of routine. The grass is always greener, we always want what we can’t have–right?

November 9, 2012 Continue reading…

Postcard from Panama City

I talk a lot about places being on my list: those cities, countries and continents that I’m just dying to visit. The places that I’ve read books about or seen Facebook photos of, the destinations that friends have raved about or other bloggers have told me I’d love: Queenstown and Greece, Copenhagen and Brazil. More […]

November 8, 2012 Continue reading…

First impressions of South America

I’m not sure how to define the exact location: I spent a few days in Panama City in Central America, sailed through the San Blas Islands in the Caribbean and then ended up in Cartagena in South America for a couple of nights. For the sake of simplicity, I’m going to refer to the whole […]

November 5, 2012 Continue reading…

Postcard from an epic Empire State sunset

This has been a weird week. I just moved back into my place in Williamsburg after waiting out Sandy on the Upper East Side with a friend: we were lucky in that we had a very “boring” hurricane with  neither of our homes losing power or being flooded. I still had to walk 100+ blocks […]

November 1, 2012 Continue reading…