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Zigs and Zags: The Best and Worst of January

Friends, it has been a spectacular start to a new year. It really has.I write this while sitting in my living room on a Sunday evening, wrapped in a blanket we affectionately call The Fluffy. Chill, acoustic music plays in the background. I spent a few hours drinking chamomile tea, then pour...

An Open Book: What I Read in January

From buried treasure and face transplants to creative journeys and illicit email reading, 2020 started off with a month of diverse reading.I’ve already recommended a few of my favorite books of the year to colleagues and friends. And I definitely didn’t have good things to say about some that left...

Art on Every Corner: Portugal’s Pretty Tiles

A wall of faded green ceramic tiles — an intricate braided pattern tying them all together — is on my left. And to the right, a blue-and-white tiled mosaic of people working in a field stretches several feet above my head.Throw a stone in Portugal, and you’ll hit a decorated tile. (But don’t d...

Ribeira: Porto’s Old Town

One of the best ways to explore a town is simply to get lost. Walk unmarked streets, turn unknown corners, choose to walk left when everyone else walks right.And one of my favorite places to get lost is in the winding alleyways of Europe’s old towns. There’s something about high walls, narrow ...

The Sun and The Moon

In the days leading up to December 31, many people I know ruminated about the year’s difficulty.Personally and professionally, people struggled: Fall outs with partners. Job stress and changes. Deaths of family, friends, and pets. The climate crisis. Political upheaval. Financial uncertain...

An Open Book: What I Read in December

From the White House to deep in China’s interior, December was a delicious journey in books.In fact, it’s been an all-around wonderful year of books.  Every year I participate in the Goodreads challenge, and 2019 blew every previous year out of the water. According to my Goodreads stats, I read...

20 Insights From Hiking the Liechtenstein Trail

To celebrate its 300th anniversary, Liechtenstein unwrapped the perfect gift: a 75-kilometer / 46-mile trail that passes through all 11 of its municipalities.There are an increasing number of long-distance and thru-hikes in the world. This one is particularly fantastic. Why? It’s not too lon...

An Open Book: What I Read in November

Let’s talk about overrated books, shall we?It seems to me that once a book gets mentioned by Oprah or stuck on a must-read list, it gets circulated as something that can’t be missed. And yet … I often find that over-hyped vibe leaves me lukewarm. That’s how I felt reading Educated this month. The...

Zigs and Zags: The Best and Worst of October

Several years ago I ran into this quote: Autumn reminds us how beautiful it can be to let things go. This year, just like a couple years ago, it touched me on an impressively deep level. October was a month spent oscillating between the new and the old. I hesitantly let go of professional dut...

An Open Book: What I Read in October

Sometimes you blink and time has completely evaporated.October felt that way to me. I look back at the month and it seems like so long ago since I read any of these books and that I barely read anything at all. Looking back at my book haul for the month, though, it really was a good reading mont...

Why I Don’t Like To Share My Favorite Travel Spots

A friend recently told me about his favorite hike in western Washington. He described the physical details of the destination to me in detail. The hiking path is accessible from the side of a relatively major road. The trail is family friendly — perfect for his kids. It leads to a beautiful and clea...

Introducing Rooted!

I am beyond excited to share a big professional update with you! But first, a story … As Peace Corps volunteers, we lived in a small village called Kihumbui-ni. Deep in the Rift Valley, Kimhumbui-ni was several hilly kilometers from the nearest paved road. In the dry season, we could reach...
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