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The Great Escape: Months 87 + 88 Roundup thumbnail

Where we’re at: I finished recapping my fall of 2018, of which this is a huge roundup. These two months were wild ones — they were my final two months trying desperately to balance my work and travel obligations with being home as much as possible for my mom after her diagnosis. At the end of…

Asanas and Alpacas: Trying Alpaca Yoga on Martha’s Vineyard thumbnail

Where we’re at: I’m recapping the fall of 2018, including my Wander Women Retreat in Martha’s Vineyard. Bookings are currently open for Dominican Republic and Thailand. Find out more about our latest retreats here! I’m one of those girls. I’ve done goat yoga. I’ve done dog yoga. I’ve done aerial yoga, yoga on a paddle board, yoga…

Going Plastic-Free with Hair Removal thumbnail

It’s funny to see how much my habits and my values have changed since back when I wrote this post about the toiletries I was traveling with at the time. Since then, I’ve made an effort to go environmentally-friendly and disposable-plastic-free with my hair care, my toothcare, and beyond.  Yet for the longest time, I resisted…

Autumn in Albany: Three Months of Stillness thumbnail

Where we’re at: I’m recapping the fall of 2018, wrapping up with this post about all I got up to while I was home in Albany from September through November.  Hey, friends. Those of you who follow me on social media know that my mom passed away recently, which has explained some of my absence from this…

My Island from Above: A Spontaneous Martha’s Vineyard Biplane Adventure thumbnail

Where we’re at: I’m recapping the fall of 2018, including my Wander Women Retreat in Martha’s Vineyard. Bookings are currently open for Dominican Republic and Thailand. Find out more about our latest retreats here! Recently, I was lamenting to a friend that I felt a little guilty about heading back to a certain destination for a…

The Wanderland Guide to Albany, New York thumbnail

“No one realizes how beautiful it is to travel until he comes home and rests his head on his old, familiar pillow.” — Lin Yutang I’ve been lucky to travel the world — and I’ve always felt equally lucky to have a beautiful city that I was born and raised in to come back to. My hometown…

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