WELCOME TO THE JUNGLE: WHAT TO KNOW BEFORE VISITING TIKAL NATIONAL PARK

Of all things I wanted to do and see in Belize and Guatemala, witnessing Mayan ruins was at the top of the list. After all, I was visiting an area of the world with an abundant supply of them. Guatemala, Mexico, and Belize are all home to famous ancient ruins. Tikal, however, was one of the most powerful kingdom’s in Maya history, and is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site in northern Guatemala. Continue Reading

25 TRAVEL TIPS FOR VISITING BELIZE

As you may know by now, Belize completely stole my heart upon arrival to the dense, lush jungles of San Ignacio. After making my way from one side of the country to the other, I spent time napping in hammocks on Caye Caulker with the sound of the waves lulling me to sleep each night. Ever since returning to the U.S., I have made it my mission to convince virtually every living being I know to visit Belize. Continue Reading

{PAINTED} LADIES WEEKEND IN SAN FRANCISCO

I am aware that this blog is straight slacking when it comes to posts about my home state of California. Which is odd. Because I spend nearly a month in California each year. Normally, in between adventures abroad and within my own country. And I grew up here, so subconsciously my brain is filled with a plethora of information pertaining to the golden state.  Continue Reading

NOTABLE NORMALCIES / 1.20.18

Happy New Year! I have been back in California for nearly a month, and it’s been exactly what I needed. Spending time with family, road tripping with friends, and spending each day out in nature, collectively, has recharged my batteries. Before I share news of my future plans {hint, i will be moving abroad again {!!!!!} stay tuned}, I wanted to quickly share with you the notable normalcies from my life these past four weeks.  Continue Reading