Although we are all in the same boat, some people have life-vests, flares, food and first aid. Others are in the hull with nothing more than duct tape, attempting to plug the holes in the vessel before too much water seeps in. Those above deck may feel prepared to ride out the storm, but they are only as safe as the people who will inevitably drown below, eventually sinking the entire boat and everyone on it. With so many different variables affecting how people experience the Pandemic, there is no one correct way to react to its consequences. This was also true for my mother.
Last month, I had the pleasure of connecting with Laura Hughes from the Women on the Road, a podcast about … Continue Reading LISTEN: My Guest Appearance on Women on the Road Podcast
After I Venmo’d the price of the vehicle, the keys to the delivery truck were placed in my hand. I … Continue Reading So This is How My Van Build is Going
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As I’ve mentioned before, I have never been attacked or harmed while traveling alone. However, I have experienced many moments … Continue Reading How to Trust Your Intuition & Meet Great People Abroad
On a day that’s meant for celebrating couples, no one wants to hear “love yourself.” Well, get over it, gorgeous, … Continue Reading Self-Love on Valentine’s Day
The #TravelNoire explosion is a very recent phenomenon. In previous generations, black travel was extremely limited and very dangerous. It … Continue Reading Safety as a Black Solo Female Traveler