This project has looked like many things over the years, but I could not be more proud of its current iteration. Now I’m sharing it with you, and I can’t wait for you to experience it! *** As a child, I did something most kids do: I asked questions. Every so often, after reading aContinue reading “I Created A Digital Product: The Same Footprints Guide”
Legend has it that throwing a coin into the Trevi fountain means you will return to Rome, but by the time I make it to the Trevi, I already know I’ll be back.
In September, one week before my 29th birthday, I fly from Ghana to South Africa–the 5th country I’ve visited in as many weeks. It’s my second visit to South Africa this year. The first one–a brief 3-day affair that barely allowed time to leave the airport hotel in Johannesburg–was in March. Work travel goes likeContinue reading “T in Transit IV: Cape Town”
I enjoy summers in California. Whether I am eating through the Bay Area’s impressive array of restaurants, visiting the vineyards of wine country or the mountains of Lake Tahoe, or lying on a sun-warmed beach in Malibu. This summer, I travel from Oakland to the Central Coast, a part of California populated by vineyards andContinue reading “T in Transit III: California’s Central Coast”
At the end of a winding road near the mountains, is the 4-story apartment we live in for a week in Oaxaca. From the highest floor on the roof, I can see a translucent fog circling the mountain peaks. The city welcomes us with cloudy skies that promise rain. Even so, I feel drawn toContinue reading “T in Transit II: Oaxaca”