January 31, 2015 § 1 Comment
Makayla turned eleven. I’m very emo just looking at the photos from her party last night. There is nothing sweeter in this world than this girl and the way she loves. That’s all I have to say.
January 30, 2015 § Leave a comment
Woo! Can’t believe it’s the last weekend in January. This month has been crazy. Since the first, I’ve been in Minneapolis, Raleigh, Orlando, Charlotte, Munich, Prague, Frankfurt, Raleigh again, Asheville, Charlotte again, and tomorrow morning I’m visiting the brightest and best soul I know in Nashville. Excitement happening. Annnnd today is my favorite little girl’s eleventh birthday!
January 27, 2015 § 1 Comment
When I asked my friend Kendall what her favorite thing about living in Prague was, she paused, then replied, “just the café culture. Being able to sit and write and read.” I nodded because that’s the best part about living in general.
Here’s a short list of the café’s I like/loved in the Golden City.
January 26, 2015 § 2 Comments
January 18, 2015 § 2 Comments
Good morning from Praha! I’ve spent a week walking and walking and walking. + Admiring these streets, these cafes, some aggressive river side swans, and excellent unexpected company. Sundays are for coffee and lazing and sometimes czech poetry. Prague is the Golden City fo sho.
Oh! Here’s a piece I wrote part fashion, part travel, mostly sentimental for a site I’m pretty excited about, Millennials Or Die. Read if you’d like and check out their mission and other stellar posts thus far!
January 8, 2015 § 3 Comments
Holidays are over! Lots of laughing and hugging and admiring the snow. Then there was a lot of playing trivia crack in the airport until I couldn’t look at my phone. Followed by reading Dave Eggers’ The Circle and wanting to abandon all phones forever.
Now I’m at the beach and the concept of movement and time and location is doing a thing I don’t like. Frozen lakes and palm trees don’t belong in the same week. But what is best about this month is the urgency to prioritizing everything.
It has been fun reading so many writers and travelers and friends commit to what they care about most. Resolutions are lame according to like ten percent of the people I know but there’s something just nice about the momentum in their making for those who make them, right?
Some resolutions: see all of the places (travel more), say yes to favors without asking what they are, and to treat my body well. Oh and I’d like to start rock climbing & am trying to teach myself Italian.
2015 ilysm already bb!