New Journey: Traveling Towards my Passion! 

A year ago I would have never thought I would be where I am today. Starting this travel journey has been absolutely amazing! I have dreamed of traveling to different countries all my life and now that I have gotten the opportunity and have checked off some amazing places off my bucket list, I am overjoyed with happiness. But now I ask myself, What am I doing outside of traveling and posting on social media? Since traveling has been a childhood goal, do I let the rest of my childhood goals fall to the waist side because I completed one? 

ABSOLUTELY NOT! 

Yes it’s awesome to have been on this travel journey but there’s so much more that I want to accomplish. It’s great to have been able to go to a new country every month but I also want to further my education. The time has come to where I have to choose. I have to make the decision to pause one to do the other which is why I paused traveling the WORLD and now traveling towards my PASSION. With my backpack full of books on my shoulder and this year long path ahead, I will be more focused on getting A’s on my tests than stamps In my passport. I will be more focused on standing in line for new books than standing in line for security. 


I am beyond thrilled to have had the opportunity to travel but for me, I have to get back focused to the task at hand and that’s pursuing this higher level education! Eventually I’ll be able to get my passport back out and see the world and hope you’ll join me! 

No worries, I will still be updating on my AMAZING vacation this summer! 🙂 

Stay tuned and wish me luck! 😘😘

From Seoul to D.C. and 5 Countries in between! Planning my 20 day trip for my Big 26th! 

You guys, I am soooo sad to be leaving Korea and moving back to the U.S. in less than 6 months! I am having soo much fun traveling, exploring many different cultures, and the convenience of going from one place to the next. SERIOUSLY, Asia has been soo good to me during these last few months. Unfortunately I have to head back to the states so that is what brought me to take my last few bucket list trips before I become just a regular again. (Totally kidding)  😩😩.

Now to announce these awesome locations…..*drum roll pleaseeeeee*

Seoul to…

1.Australia


2.Singapore


3.Maldives


4.Bali


5.London


Ending in D.C.

These are my last few places for 2017 due to getting accepted for an internship but I am soo excited to be spending my 26th birthday doing a little solo traveling! I have read soooo many great blogs about these locations and I’m ready to have my own stories! A few things on my bucket list for these locations are: 

1.Take a pic with a Kangaroo

2.Visit the Sydney Harbour

3.Take pic at 3 infinity pools

4.Go to the best clubs in each location

5.Try the best restaurant and food

6.Volunteer in Singapore

7.Experience the best Zoos

8.Shop at the best market

9.Visit 3 National Museums

10.Stay in an overwater Villa in Maldives

11.Visit Mara Safari Lodge

12.Afternoon tea in London

13.Visit buckingham palace

14.Tour of London Bridge

15.Big Ben

16.Go on 3 pub crawls

17. Stay in a 5 star hotel

18. Try all National Desserts

19. Swim with sea Animals

20. Visit an underwater restaurant

This is just to name a few! I’m sure once I touch down I will want to do so much more! I must say…I am extremely excited and can’t wait to tell you all about it!

If you have any amazing places at any of these locations you would like to share definitely comment below! ❤️

Goodbye relationship goals and hello travel goals! 

Sitting on the beach people watching and my first thoughts were, “I wish I had a boyfriend sitting next to me right now”, “this would be the perfect night for a proposal.” And then my second thought hit me. “Why do you wish that? Because you see couples walking around, you’re on social media seeing engagements, or because you really just want the company around?” Either way it goes, my first thought wasn’t I wish I had someone that actually loves or cares about me. All I thought was where is my “man” when I’m having these romantic date nights alone. You can try to argue the point of if he is my man than of course he loves me or cares about me. BUT ladies let’s be real. Alllll us single ladies know……….that is not the case! 

How is it that us women go from loving ourselves and telling each other to wait for our Mr. Right one day but when we feel like we’re ready or feeling alone we wish we had a man or wish he can pop up for these awesome moments we’re having solo. Why can’t we just enjoy the moment for what it is worth without the extra person? After putting my thoughts to the side and realizing that I don’t wish I had a man to enjoy these memories with me, I started enjoying the moment and realizing that I’m okay right here living in the realization  that I am single. Heck I’m more than okay, I’m blessed to be sitting on an island watching the waves and drinking a beer with no one to please. 

To my single ladies and to myself, let’s learn to enjoy the moments of our solo date nights and stop wishing we had someone to enjoy it with us. The more we force this “perfect” boyfriend to fit our “perfect” picture the smaller our frame gets. We’re not looking for a 3×5 on a shelf, we’re looking for a mural painted on our master bedroom wall. Our Mr. Right will come with time and when he does we will know! 

So with that being said, get off that social media outlet where your “relationship goals” couples are, cherish the goals you set for yourself, cherish your time, and cherish the opportunities of being alone! Being single is a temporary fix for you to enjoy your own company and to prepare for your future husband. Let’s stop trying to do the work God already has planned out for us! 

Love you all! 😘

Live. laugh. love. ❤