It’s been what feels like an eternity since I have spewed my stories on the internet. But I’m back and I’m betta. (shoutout to anyone who got that Bryson Tiller reference) Recently someone very dear to me asked me why I don’t blog anymore. And to be honest I didn’t really know why… I like writing. […]Read more "Why we must keep writing"
Tenikwa Wildlife Awareness Center is a sanctuary and rehabilitation facility for indigenous South African species. Through various programs Tenikwa aims to educate tourists from around the world about the perils their tenants face and how people can help preserve these animals as well as their habitats. One of the programs at Tenikwa stands out to tourists and […]Read more "Walking for Conservation"
Yes, I know I complain a whole lot about Arizona…The AWFUL heat. The lack of rain. The lack of diversity. The lack of the activities to do. The lack of seasons. The lack of nightlife. The AWFUL heat. And the abundance of racist bigots. But doesn’t every state have those problems? haha :) jk Once you […]Read more "Things to do in AZ during summer BESIDES die of heat."
Passport? Check! After scrambling to find my birth certificate so I could get my passport for South Africa in time, it has arrived in all it’s glory. It’s crazy how giddy as person can get over this little booklet. You want to carry around, show it off to everyone, and post it all over social media. […]Read more "My key to traveling the world!"
When people hear Arizona they think of a desolate, dried up waste land. But I can tell you first hand that some of the most beautiful landscapes belong to the Grand Canyon State. The famous saying goes, “Beauty is in the eye of the beholder” and it applies to nature. Some believe that “beautiful” means […]Read more "A Desert Full of Blooms"
A few months ago I went to D.C. for a business journalism conference and it was my first dose of the East Coast. In my perspective (others claim D.C. not to be part of the coast) it is my first taste of the “East Coast” and I LOVED IT. The people are different, the ambiance […]Read more "“A Whole New World…” D.C. Edition"
In November 2012 I embarked on adventure to hike in one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World: The Grand Canyon. We arrived before sunrise at the rim of the canyon; by far it was one of the most beautiful sunrises I have ever seen! (And that says a lot because Arizona is known […]Read more "Mother Nature is larger than life"