I’m a video editor and project manager for a small start-up publishing company, which doesn’t sound very glamorous (and really, it’s not) but my job allows me to work from a virtual office, which means I can work from anywhere in the world as long as I have an internet connection.

Which pretty much rocks.

After working for years in an office in a completely different field, I decided to quit my job, move 3000 miles across the country, help renovate my parents’ house and hope that somewhere in all that I would land on my feet.

Here’s what’s happened in the past three and a half years since I quit my old job and moved: I learned how to do all kinds of things around the house like put up new walls and lay hardwood floors, I learned how to use video editing software, navigate WordPress, and other kinds of moderately techie things. I’ve worked from eight different countries and across the US, as well as moved closer to my family. All of this has been amazing and challenging and incredibly inspiring.

I started this blog as a way to keep friends and family updated on where I was and what kinds of fun things I was experiencing and doing. It’s turned into an anything goes kind of place for me to ramble. I write when something interesting goes on and I have the time (my super cool job keeps me pretty busy) so check back every so often for new posts that run the gamut from travel stuff to cooking to random thoughts.

Happy travels!