Hey guys, quick update. Back in February of last year I posted an article called, Obtaining Dual Citizenship: How to Become a Portuguese Citizen through Parents. I wrote this after handing over all the necessary documents and fees the Consulate requested. I was told, "congratulations you're officially a Portuguese citizen!" I walked out of there [...]
I feel like I'm in transit. This place between places. A loading screen, a refresh symbol, an airport, a train station. I'm on call. Please stand by until further notice. (Patiently waiting) Here or there? wherever, whenever, whatever.
Hey guys, I hope you're doing well out there! For this photoblog I scrolled through my phones camera roll and picked out 8 photos I wanted to share with you today. These photos aren't necessarily my favorite, or best capture, but they'e meaningful to me and I think you'll like them! Camera roll stories I [...]
I turned 24 years old last week. Throughout the day I took some time to think about what I'm grateful for. It occurred to me that we don't stop enough to appreciate all the good in our lives. Sometimes it's easier to focus on what's missing than it is to focus on what we're already [...]
In this article I talk about the importance of seeing the world through a child's perspective
Why We Travel is a short poem exploring ideas about the fundamental importance of traveling.
If you love traveling and your enthusiasm for foreign cultures prompts you to buy a one-way ticket, chances are you follow a certain set of unspoken rules that I call: The Avid Traveler's Code of Conduct
Taken from my journal's pages, these travel anecdotes reflect on a wide range of subjects that I wrote about while in New England the last 5 months
I bought a flight to North Dakota with the purpose of reconnecting with my brother who I hadn't seen in almost two years. After basic and technical training in Texas, the Airforce assigned Kegan to the antonym of things-to-do Minot, North Dakota where if you look out into the distance all you see is land [...]
If only you were able to get away, start over, and live how you actually want to live.This is what the geographical cure promises.
Wherever you are right now, stop and look around.
I unintentionally merged my film from the Azores and Rhode Island. The outcome was both surprising and creatively refreshing!
Pawtucket, RIWednesday 2/12/20 I remember Rhode Island winters being unbearable with its mounds of snow, frozen windshield wipers, black-ice roads and dry-cracked lips, but since I arrived winter feels like nothing more than a chilly spring. I put a windbreaker over a sweatshirt and keep my gloves in the left pocket just in case. Once [...]
Finding an interesting-looking book, turning over the cover and reading the first few pages is always the hardest part. Once I'm hooked reading is my preferred method of entertainment and education. With fiction novels theres something fundamentally satisfying about how the author guides your imagination into a detail-rich world where you feel a genuine bond [...]
Five days until 2020... As I was reading through my journal entries from early 2019 it was clear to me that I still face many of the same obstacles today as I did then. I felt demoralized by the fact that, one, I didn't accomplish everything I originally set out to do, two, I didn’t [...]