I’ve been off the blogging spectrum for a little while now but there have been some really positive changes in my life as of late. The first being an amazing trip I took with my mom in September. We went on a tour that went to Nashville, Memphis, Natchez (Mississippi) and New Orleans with some … More Ch-Ch-Changes


This may sound a little overdramatic… Almost 3 years ago now I was lying in a hospital room in the ER after a bad car accident. My dad hadn’t gotten there yet. I was lying on my back, neck brace and all, staring up at the ceiling. I think at this point they’d given me … More Ireland

On Travel

“Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness…” – Mark Twain My relationship with travel has seemingly gotten more complicated as I’ve gotten older. I still love it and I make time and budget for it every year but it’s also a bit of a double edged sword. Travelling to other places reminds me of … More On Travel


One thing I’ve noticed that’s been popping up a lot on social media lately is this idea of wanderlust. Always finding a new place to travel or having the intense desire to travel anywhere and everywhere and doing it now. I have to say that I don’t really have wanderlust. Working in travel I have … More Wanderlost

Things ‘n Things

As I was flipping through my first issue of Conde Nast Traveler (thanks American Airlines miles!), I was inspired to write about something that has nothing to do with my having a disability. I wrote a post a while back about Living on One Dollar, an extremely touching and thought-provoking documentary on Netflix. The older I … More Things ‘n Things

Keep on Flyin’

We all have a lot of hopes and dreams. Some people want to be President, some want to be a doctor or a lawyer. Or maybe you’re like me and your hopes and dreams come in smaller packages sometimes. One of my biggest hopes is to be able to travel without stressing out. That may … More Keep on Flyin’

Travel Withdrawls

It’s no secret that 2014 hasn’t been the best year in my life for a variety of reasons. I think it’s been made even tougher by the fact that 2013 was such an amazing and incredible year, especially around this time. I went from going to Seattle for the first time to a trip all … More Travel Withdrawls