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I’m published!

I’m published!

So stoked to report that I’ve been published on the ClassPass’ The Class-ifieds blog! Check it out here: “I’ve Worked Out in Four Cities with ClassPass”, or as I’d like to call it, “WORKOUT WANDERLUST” 🙂 I’m lucky enough that I have a job that lets me wander about doing really cool events. Also lucky … Continue reading

2014: A Retrospect

2014 has flown by in a whirlwind – as many years do, but I think I’ve logged more miles this year than ever before. When I need to check my Outlook calendar to keep up, you know it’s weird. Some insane things happened this year: – I ended up being at the Oscars, Latin Billboards, … Continue reading

13.1 Jitters

Half is tomorrow. Almost today. We are in Atlantic City, or Ocean City, to be exact, after three pit stops, two and a half hours in the car, and exactly one speeding ticket (my bad). Our packet pick up got us each an extremely oversized race t-shirt and though MK’s favorite restaurant ever here is … Continue reading

The Great Divide

The Great Divide

Originally posted on The Squeaky Robot:
For our purposes let’s steal a casual definition of dissociation from Wikipedia: “a mild detachment from immediate surroundings.” The expat community in Hanoi is so large there is nothing I can confidently say about it, other than it is small. Meaning five thousand expats have only a few well-known…

The Art of Making the Best of it

4 AM Revelations: it’s never too late to start, as long as you’re still breathing. I woke up suddenly this morning – first because my room was overheated and I was rather thirsty, and then because a sudden influx of anxiety attacked me. Did I respond to all of the emails I needed to for … Continue reading

Cheers to 2014… and trying harder!

I spent the last day of 2013 cruising through Los Angeles on my first ever visit there with a dear friend, and the first day of 2014 surrounded by his lovely family on a gorgeous day. It made me realize that I’m truly lucky to have been so many places, seen so many things, and … Continue reading