I Left My Heart in Another Country, Again

I have yet to conquer the emotional stability part of traveling. I become way too attached to every person and new place I encounter, but I think this vulnerability is a wonderful thing, aside from balling my eyes out next to strangers every time I get on a flight home.

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Trying New Things with New People on Ed’s Farm

In an effort of pursuing my environmental studies capstone project, I found myself helping to build high tunnel greenhouses last Sunday afternoon on Ed Perkin's farm in New Marshfield, Oh. I even made a few new human and dog friends while I was there. When I arrived at Ohio University to pursue my visual communication … Continue reading Trying New Things with New People on Ed’s Farm

Just Two Girls on an Adventure Across Southern Africa

As my semester at Stellenbosch University came to a close and I finished my last few exams and essays, Elie and I rewarded ourselves with one last adventure across Southern Africa. We began our journey here in Cape Town and traveled through Zambia, Zimbabwe and Mozambique by plane, foot, a few questionable vehicles, and even by … Continue reading Just Two Girls on an Adventure Across Southern Africa