Hey there, aspiring adventurer!

I've always been curious about our world since I was a little one. Now, I'm incredibly blessed through the art of writing (and the Internet!) that I can share what I learned about this world as I explore.

I provide more than guides but tips to encourage yourself to seek majestic beauty through trips you've never taken, things you've never experienced, hikes you have to conquer, and take that step to be a confident adventurer. There are so many stories surrounding these places and I want to be that storyteller for you.





Tag: new york

Dumbo, Brooklyn and Brooklyn Bridge Park (100th Post Special)

Dumbo, Brooklyn and Brooklyn Bridge Park (100th Post Special)

Wow, this is my 100th post ever made on this blog! Who knew I would write that many things on here? Insane! Writing makes me happy and even happier to share these stories with you. 😉 During April in the Northeast, you can expect unstable, […]

Things to Do in New York City During The Holidays

Things to Do in New York City During The Holidays

Happy December! Wow, it’s already that time of the year again where everyone displays bright colorful lights outside of their homes, put up trees and decorate it with ornaments and stars, and gather together for the joyful festivities that are happening for these holidays in […]

Choosing the Outdoors Over City Life and Facing Fears

Choosing the Outdoors Over City Life and Facing Fears

Being a Jersey girl, I was always blessed to see a diversity of scenery. I lived in suburban neighborhoods almost my whole life. I was used to seeing houses lined up after another and open spaces. I really felt safe and that I was part […]

Haunted Houses to Visit and How to Make Simple Halloween Themed Jello Shots

Haunted Houses to Visit and How to Make Simple Halloween Themed Jello Shots

This month is the time for all spooky festivities and Halloween and autumn themed everything. It came by pretty quick, considering I just felt like it was just summer. Halloween is one of my favorite American holidays and back then, it was mostly because I […]

Attending Pride Parade in New York City (and eating at the famous Sugar Factory)

Attending Pride Parade in New York City (and eating at the famous Sugar Factory)

June is the month for LGBT (lesbian, gay, bi, transgender) pride. There are events held around the world during this time to celebrate the pride of people’s sexual orientations and choices and not to be ashamed. These pride events also demonstrate legal rights including same […]

Queens, New York: Visiting New World Mall

Queens, New York: Visiting New World Mall

What I love about New York is the cultural diversity of people in there. You can go to so many different parts around New York and always feel like it’s a different atmosphere, whichever part you end up in. Yesterday, my family and I went […]

Looking Back With My Mother on Some of Her Adventures

Looking Back With My Mother on Some of Her Adventures

Our parents are our first best friends since birth. Sometimes, I feel like a part of me resembles my parents or the things I am are because it was inherited or learnt from my parents. Today, my mom pulled up a couple old pictures and […]

Staten Island, NY: Visiting Snug Harbor Cultural Center and Botanical Garden

Staten Island, NY: Visiting Snug Harbor Cultural Center and Botanical Garden

Since spring is coming up very soon by next month, what better way than to tell you about a place that I believe would make a perfect visit this spring OR summer. I went to this park in Staten Island, New York during the summer […]

Visiting Rochester in Upstate New York

Visiting Rochester in Upstate New York

In my last trip, just a day after New Year’s Day, my friend David and I went on a spontaneous road trip to his city where he lives while he goes to college, Rochester, New York. He asked me to come with him to visit […]