Jordan sat with me while we waited to board our flight to Nashville. “I have this sense of peace I haven’t known in quite awhile,” I chattered, unaware that I’d probably been talking for a good ten minutes. “I’m addicted and obsessed but I think it’s a good problem.” Me— once again— rambling about my READ MORE
Before I left for Nashville I had a strange urge… One that I, sadly, often fight. I wanted to READ something. Much like traveling, I feel like reading is an integral part of self-growth. But I don’t do nearly as much of it as I should. For one, I lack the time to commit to
It’s amazing what comes to light when you think you’re going to die. Yeah, I know what you’re thinking. I hear your skeptical voices. But you weren’t THERE, okay? And before you judge, let me explain my crazy. I was house sitting out in Red Rock Canyon in a beautiful community that backs up to
Dear friends and fellow adventurers, Thank you for all of your messages, letters, Whats App texts, and comments. I know I haven’t had much time to answer you or your questions regarding my latest adventures, but I have read them all and send my love right back to you. And yes, I miss blogging, too.
I stared at my planner. There were so many colors and scribbles squeezed on top of one another, it made me dizzy. Yes, I am THAT girl who color-codes her planner. And yes, I still use a planner. You decide which one is more horrifying. I deciphered my unabomber handwriting. In just a few short
I remember this time last year VERY vividly. But it’s hard to believe it’s been a year since I started working for USA Today. It feels like it’s only been a few months while simultaneously feeling like many years since my assigning editor started following me on Twitter. I suppose that’s a natural feeling when
It happens at least once a day. The question’s asked in a harmless manner but hits my ears like nails on a chalkboard. I am unable to embrace it, even though it always always always arrives. “So, now that that’s over, what’s next for you, Hilary?” While all my energy goes to keeping a pleasant