A couple months ago, I became one of the last people I know to buy an e-reader.
My friend Jeff, a long-term traveler I met in Buenos Aires, told me many times how much he loves his Kindle.
My response was that I prefer a paperback and didn’t want to carry another electronic device. Turns out I More >
The theme for January seems to be about looking back. I only planned one or two posts, but I have really enjoyed bringing those memories back to the surface.I did a lot of cool stuff during two years of travel.
I saw a lot of amazing places and met a lot of wonderful people.
I accomplished a More >
For as long as I can remember, I have associated Christmas with one special treat.Pumpkin roll!
Although I do prepare most of my own meals in order to eat healthy and save money, I do not spend a lot of time in the kitchen. I cook simple things.
But there is one day a year when I stock the pantry More >
If you already voted in the first photography category Landscapes, you’ve already earned at least one entry towards winning an 8″x10″ canvas print from Printcopia. (You can still go back and vote now to earn entries in the giveaway.)
Just narrowing down the photos to this number was difficult, More >
I have been back in my home in Columbus for five months.I still have blank walls and empty photo frames.
I simply cannot decide which of my thousands of photos I want on my walls.So I need your help. And I want to give you something in return. Help me pick my prints and win an 8”x10”canvas More >
I keep asking myself what is so special about this place and these people?I think I finally have it.
The things that make me weird in Ohio are mainstream and fully embraced in Portland. Bike culture
My friends are probably More >
I got a massive list of fun stuff to see and do from Bethany and Ted of Two Oregonians. I had a great discussion with Visit Portland and added more must-dos to my list. And everyone I talked to who had More >
One thing it took me a while to learn while I was traveling in Latin America is to be a better friend.What do I mean by that?
The majority of interactions we have with other travelers are very casual. When we talk to another traveler in our hostel or at a café, we are reaching out simply to have More >