"Write drunk, edit sober." ~ Earnest Hemingway (or so they say) Run an online search for writing tips and the results are filled with links to articles and blogs telling you "How to be a writer", "Perfect Writing Process" or "The right way to write". Which leads to the question, is there really a right process? … Continue reading Write This Way: Is there a right process?
November 18, 2018, Boston, Massachusetts Red has always been a favorite color of mine. It has a variety of meanings: confidence, energy, exuberance, passion, courage, attention, anger, aggression, and many more. All shades of this loud color manage to catch the eye in the home, in your appearance, and influence your moods. In another context, … Continue reading At Last, I Found the Red Door
October 22 to October 23, 2018, London, England Not gonna lie but I had doses of anxiety brimming the surface, even, in a matter of speaking, in my chest. When one thing doesn't go as planned, at the very least, I get annoyed. Then eventually I begin questioning every little thing and then comes the … Continue reading All That We See & Don’t See
September 22, 2018, Montague, Massachusetts Long time, no write! It's Katie...the one who moved away to Beantown. Just to be clear, I'm not gone-gone from the blog. But long story short, I've had a lot going on since the move and even before that so I'm going to try to be more available! Now onto … Continue reading On the Stone Path to Montague
It can be a challenge to take what you see, in all its magnitude and splendor and click that shutter to hold it firmly in your grasp for eternity. The colors, the textures, the way the light casts its warm glow in some places and leaves the untouched pieces bathed in mystery, sometimes don't seem … Continue reading Through the Lens: Capturing What You See
I love a good walk. On the beach, with sand between my toes and the cool water washing over my feet. Growing up near the coast of California, it was something I did often and where I would escape to as a teenager. This is a piece of my childhood I don't get to indulge … Continue reading Hiking Bucket List: Scotland
I thought this week would be a good week to talk about that terrible little green-eyed monster. Well maybe not truly jealousy, but maybe just a little bit. With Katie taking off next month for her week-long solo adventure in England, I have to say that I am feeling a bit of that FOMO, Fear … Continue reading Left Behind: Overcoming FOMO
You have selected your destination and your date of travel. You've booked your travel and lodging, but you are still months away from your trip and you feel it might be too early to pack...but is it? The short answer is "never". The long answer is more of a "well, it depends". Personally, I employ … Continue reading Packing 101: When to start?
Within the span of 2 short weeks, Katie resigned one position and accepted another, packed her life, learned to hook up, pull and park a trailer, bought a new car and together we drove nearly 800 miles to Norwood, a city just outside of Boston, Mass. An adventure and new start to her life, that … Continue reading Out Around Boston: Our July Adventure
Hello all you Voyagers! Our apologies for the unexpected and sudden hiatus! A lot of changes happened at once for us. So, a quick update on where we are and where we are heading. Katie is settled in Boston and working away with the Sports & Shoulder Center as well as devoting time to exploring … Continue reading We’re back!