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Transitioning Careers After Dance

Dancing is not something you do forever. I dread the day that I will say goodbye to dance as a career, but also anticipate it--like an uncomfortable lunch date you want to get out of the way. I tell friends and family about "the transition"

Badass Bookstores

I don't know about you but there's nothing better than curling up in a cozy bookstore in a foreign city. If I'm feeling homesick or lonely or lost, a bookstore brings me right back to a place of familiarity. No matter the differences, every culture

Artisan Finds: Corfu, Greece

Tom's 50 year old workshop is not along the main drag of kitsch shops in old town Corfu. Rather, it's down an unassuming alleyway, a tiny turn that takes you into Tom's alcove of handmade Olive Oil wares. You're drawn into this alley by an eclectic

How To Become a Cruise-Ship Performer

Want to travel the world and get paid? (Who doesn't?) Traveling aboard cruise ships is a cool way to tick a multitude of countries off your bucket list. And performing onboard is one of the most fun positions to have at sea. So how do you

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Best Beverages Abroad

Here's a quick round-up of some of my most memorable cold ones, a post better enjoyed with a beer. Tested and proven, for you scientific pleasure. To be clear, there's more where this came from. Apparently, I am THAT girl takes a picture of every beverage that's every entered

Wend City Guide: San Francisco, CA

Another week gone by biking around my favorite foggy city by a bay. Like most of my travels, I arrived in SF with no set plans. Except perhaps to enjoy a few dance classes, and discover a new neighborhood (having biked this city many times over, this