Shine a light: My dreams RIGHT NOW

I’ve ‘figured out’ or at least determined what ‘feels right’ right now in my quest for life and career and good work and what ‘success’ looks like for me, as a 21-year-old on the pursuit of her dreams. So indulge me in my ramblings. Here’s what I think today:

“Montana” is calling, and I must go

It was two words, two words that shook the cobwebs and got me thinking again: Ovis montana.  For those who can read Latin, or for those big-game enthusiasts, I don’t need to tell you these two words translate to an old classification of the wild ‘mountain sheep’. Mind you, I wasn’t looking for a mountain sheep of any…

Cambodia diary, Days 18-19

4:33 a.m. EST | 3:34 p.m. local time | 5-22-16 Brown Coffee it is. I’ve already had quite a whirlwind of a day today … but first! Let me unpack yesterday.

Cambodia diary, Days 16-18

7:58 p.m. EST | 6:58 a.m. local time | 5-20-16 This post should really be titled “why I’m thankful for journalism.”

Cambodia diary, days 11-15

6:54 a.m. EST | 5:55 p.m. local time | 5-19-16 How is it already Thursday? I ask myself, snacking on cashews and trying to plan out my final weekend in Phnom Penh. After waking up at 6 a.m. for the past four days – ferociously grinding out the finishing touches (or just creating additional recommendations)…

Cambodia diary, Days 9-11

10:25 p.m. EST | 9:35 a.m. local time | 5-14-16 It’s now Day 10 – but Day 9 was so stuffed with activities that I couldn’t possibly take the time to write any of it down. But now, with a seat by the pool and the sound of rippling water, I can tell the story…