Most of my young life…

…I spent my time chasing other people’s dreams. I jumped onto projects that resembled my truth but didn’t harness it.  The further I strayed from that truth, the more I felt my body and soul deteriorating. I knew I needed to make some sort of drastic change. Every time I thought back to the times in my life that I felt most inspired, it was always when I was exploring a part of the world that was completely foreign to me.  I decided I was going to seek out those feelings again. I wanted to feel authentic. I wanted to smile more often and figure out what it was that made other people smile. Now I’m living a life of exploration while finding new ways to inspire myself daily. I have been reintroduced to the beauty of life that I had forgotten, and I have found incredible motivation, love and excitement all over the world. I hope that some of the content here can inspire you to do the same. 

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Admittedly, I tend to get a little overexcited about my adventures. Sometimes I don’t think through all of the details before I run off into the wilderness. I’m ridiculously clumsy, and while I may never be the perfect planner, the mistakes I make in my travels might help you avoid making them yourself. It’s not all clumsy awkwardness though. I have had some incredibly beautiful moments on the road that I would love to share with you.

Broadcasting my experiences in a live format has helped me to connect people to parts of the world they may not be able to visit. I love to find real relationships with people in my community and it’s amazing to start a broadcast when I’m homesick and have an immediate virtual family by my side. I have loved meeting some of these people face-to-face during my travels. If I’m coming to your part of the world, let me know! I’d love to meet all of you. 

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Other notes: I grew up mostly in northern Massachusetts. I graduated from the Berklee College of Music, where I got my degree in Music Business Management. Later I got my holistic health coach certification from Institute for Integrative Nutrition. I have been living in Los Angeles now for almost 8 years.

I want to keep traveling until I have seen everything (Which obviously isn’t possible so.. forever.) My feet may stay in LA at times, but never for too long. 🙂

I’m glad you’re here. Wherever my “here” is right now.

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