I freelance for Pimsleur, a language learning company based in Concord, MA.
After college, I traveled around the world on a nine-month gap year program with fifteen other students. Since then, I’ve been somewhat obsessed with digging my toes into the new and unfamiliar soil. After traveling to over twenty cities and learning skills like setting up a tent in the middle of a torrential downpour in the Costa Rican rainforest and making a mug out of clay from a local potter in Granada, Spain, I moved to Los Angeles, California. There I discovered the wonders of the desert in Cuyama Valley, and the breathtaking, almost surreal, drive through the hills and valleys to Ojai. I fell in love with the surfers of Palos Verdes and the snow-capped mountains of Lake Tahoe. A year later, I moved to the dynamic and vibrant city of Zürich, Switzerland where I now spend weekends teaching myself how to snowboard in Crans Montana, sleeping in an igloo in Engelberg, or solo camping with the cows of the mountains.
I like talking about this stuff, can you tell? A wise man once said to me that telling your story, with the intention to encourage, inspire, and connect with others, is the greatest gift you can give to the world.