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Gone But Not Forgotten: Dia De Los Muertos in Cancun thumbnail

Where we’re at: Here, I’m recapping my travels in 2019, including this trip to Mexico in November. There are few greater honors in my travels than to experience a holiday in the country of its origin, alongside its people.  I always wanted to spend Dia de Los Muertos in Mexico, someday. When I realized it was…

Kiss and Tel Aviv: My Fourth Trip to Israel thumbnail

Where we’re at: Here, I’m recapping my travels in 2019, including this time in Israel in October. A joyous wedding celebration was just the excuse I needed to book a flight for my fourth trip to Israel in just two years. The bonus? Everything else I got to squeeze in while I was there. I’ve written…

Mazel Tov! My First Tel Avivian Wedding thumbnail

Where we’re at: I’m recapping my travels in 2019, including this time in Israel in October. After all the amazing good vibes of the first City Hall wedding I’d ever attended, in New York, I pretty much made the decision in that moment to attend the large-scale celebration happening later that month in Tel Aviv. With…

Embracing Autumn in the Empire State thumbnail

Where we’re at: I’m recapping my journey in 2019, including this time in my home state in October. I think anyone who has ever lost someone very close to them can relate to the idea that in the days and weeks that follow, life really is kind of just a blur. And so the first few…

Grief + Love thumbnail

  “Grief, I’ve learned, is really just love. It’s all the love you want to give, but cannot. All that unspent love gathers up in the corners of your eyes, the lump in your throat, and in that hollow part of your chest. Grief is just love with no place to go.” ― Jamie Anderson The…

The Great Escape: Months 98 + 99 + 100 Roundup thumbnail

Where we’re at: I’ve wrapped up blogging the third quarter of 2019, of which this is a huge roundup. Summer is always one of the busiest times of the year for someone in the travel industry, and I suppose even in the most disrupted year of my life, that was one constant. Though with my precarious…

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