Travel Trips: Booking Your Trip

Hey everyone,
Things have been crazy – I’ve been doing quite a bit of traveling this year for work (for those of you who don’t read my blog here‘s a post about the traveling aspect of my work). Any who, traveling is something I’ve done a lot of in my life. My first “big” travel trip what on my first birthday when my family and I lived in Italy and we were going from North to South to visit – and for me to meet – some family (while other kinds have big parties on their first birthday I was on a train, but I did have two cakes so I can’t really complain :p). From then on my family took trips to southern Italy practically every year, and my first international trip came in June of 1999 when we moved to beautiful and sunny California. After that there were a few trips back to Italy, a road trip to Washington state, and over course my most memorable trip yet – traveling for my year abroad in England! 😀 Whist there I did some light traveling (and I do mean light, even tho everything is so accessible I only took three trips – two to Italy and one to Spain). In 2013 the travel bug hit me again and I…can you guess it…when back to Italy and England. If you haven’t noticed those are pretty much my go to places, one for family and the other for, well, home. I absolutely LOVE England, for me there’s nothing better, the people, the culture, the history…But back to whats relevant. Now in 2015 my traveling has become more domestic, but just as exciting. Whereas before I was visiting places I’d already seen, now I get the chance to explore my backyard – America. Continue reading

Hello From The Sky

Hey everyone,

Happy New Year!

I hope that everyone’s year is going well. I know that it’s been quite some time since my last post, but things have been super crazy and busy these last few months and are only about to get crazier. I am currently on a flight to New York where myself and my coworkers will be meeting up with one of the most inspirational, selfless, and carrying individual, our good friend, Noah Coughlan. Some of you may have heard of him, but if you haven’t he is the man who ran across America – from San Diego to Jacksonville and the Half Moon Bay to Boston – to raise awareness for Battens Disease, and now he is doing it again in the Run For Rare event.

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