It’s strange to think that a year ago this week, I was moving to New York City. Oh, did we not talk about that? Yeah- I forgot- I kept that pretty secret. Mostly because I didn’t know if it would be a permanent move or not… And I didn’t want to make a big fuss READ MORE
I drummed my fingers against the table, surveying the break room full of models. Another convention. Another day. I was once again working for another client for another paycheck, counting down the hours until I got to leave my post. I felt no creative drive. No desire to improve my self. I didn’t want to
I yawned and stretched my legs out, rolling my ankles carefully so as not to catch the stilettos on the carpet. It had been approximately two hours since arriving to my gig and was still awaiting instructions. This was not atypical. If I’ve learned anything in show business, it’s that the game is called, “Hurry
There are a lot of challenges travelers run into when visiting a new locale. Besides acclimating to new surroundings, culture, food, and possibly a new language, we also have to find out the hard way whether or not our money handling decisions were, in fact, the right ones. Sometimes our choices land us with no
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
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 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