When I was young, I never thought I’d live outside of New York City. I never really thought about it because, really, the city is so big and so diverse that I felt it had everything I needed. I was born there, I went to school there, I wanted to work there and carve out a life for myself there. However the idea of moving abroad always appealed to me. I was lucky enough to be able to travel to Europe in high school and ever since I have nursed an active wanderlust, traveling as frequently as my wallet will allow. Moving abroad is like turning travel up to 11, and I’ve always dreamed of doing it even though I never intended to leave the city I still consider home.
the point of the journey is not to arrive
January 21st, 2017 was the Women’s March on Washington and I participated by attending the rally and march in San Francisco.
I’ve finally uploaded my Montreal vlog, and yes I know it’s very late. But better late than never, right?
This vlog documents the 5 days I spent in Montreal, QC, Canada after attending Bicolline, from August 21–25, 2016. Come with me as I explore this fun city and it’s interesting graffiti, gorgeous churches, and delicious food. (Yes, even poutine!)
Some montage-y footage of a sunset walk my boyfriend and I did over the Golden Gate Bridge last February. The sunset was so gorgeous I had to do something with the clips I took!
That’s right, I finally bit the bullet and uploaded my first video to YouTube. 😀
It’s just an intro video to start, and some of the editing is awkward because I’m still getting used to talking to a camera and such, but I think it came out pretty well all things considered! Check out the video below:
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