It’s not even FOMO anymore

I’ve left Austin for quite a few months now, I guess it’s almost half a year since I’ve officially had to leave (despite my visits that last a few weeks at a time). Regardless, I miss the energy, the food, and the people. It had it all. Whilst in Miami late last week for aContinue reading “It’s not even FOMO anymore”

Reflections at every ending

A year and a half ago when I moved to Austin, Texas, I did not have a job. I didn’t know what I was going to do, nor what would happen in a year when my visa expired. To my surprise after multiple interviews over the course of a few months, I secured a jobContinue reading “Reflections at every ending”

In Defense of Transformative Experiences (That you don’t know you will have yet)

Sometimes life flies by like the speed the light and we don’t take time to think about past experiences and particular transformative experiences that largely impacted who we are today. Yes, every little experience and decision we make impacts what we do… but some decisions have larger impacts than others. Those are generally decisions that giveContinue reading “In Defense of Transformative Experiences (That you don’t know you will have yet)”

Embrace The Unexpected

Human’s are creatures of habits. We like our routines, we like our life stabilized to a certain extent and when unexpected surprises hit, we tend to get thrown off a little bit- regardless of whether it’s a good or bad surprise. Growing up in an environment of changes, friends coming and going, saying goodbye as quicklyContinue reading “Embrace The Unexpected”

The downside of being a Traveler

This is the first official summer that I’ll be working full-time, staying in one city, not being able to travel and see friends for weeks at a time, or simply work in another city that I’ve lived in for the rest of the year. It’s a pretty wild thought. Throughout under grad, I would beContinue reading “The downside of being a Traveler”