The perfect one-day itinerary for Portland, Maine & Boston (separately)

Upon returning to sunny Los Angeles to prepare for my third quarter of grad school, I can’t help but relive the incredible moments of the past week in Boston- along with a side day trip to Portland, Maine. A lot has happened, a lot of eating, a lot of drinking, a lot of hugging, andContinue reading “The perfect one-day itinerary for Portland, Maine & Boston (separately)”

Boston from the Arnold Arboretum

What a gorgeous view. Four plus years of living in Boston and I finally made it to the Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University by Forest Hills T stop at the end of the Orange Line. This park is beautiful, especially this time of the year. It is very easy to get lost in the ArboretumContinue reading “Boston from the Arnold Arboretum”

My time in Boston is finally coming to an end

Boston, you are beautiful. I finally made it to the Top of the Hub last Friday for the first time since coming to Boston four plus years ago. I couldn’t have asked for better friends to go with – two friends from the Netherlands on their first time in Boston and the US- as wellContinue reading “My time in Boston is finally coming to an end”

How your attitude makes all the difference

“There’s 14 billion people in the world; how amazing would it be to get to know all of them, and to empathize with them so deeply that you could see the entire world the way they all see the world? Instead of our one subjective view of how we see reality, I could have 14Continue reading “How your attitude makes all the difference”

A trampoline paradise: Skyzone

I’ve heard about Skyzone for years now, ever since I’ve been in Boston over 4 years ago but I never got a chance to go. Unfortunately, it’s not the most convenient location to get to without a car so planning a trip is difficult. I know friends who have tried to go multiple times, andContinue reading “A trampoline paradise: Skyzone”