What I love about traveling, and miss after being stuck at home during a year of pandemic, is meeting other travelers and gleaning gems of inspiration from their stories. In honor of International Women’s Day, this post is an homage to five inspiring women I have met while traveling. They are all phenomenal women in their own way, and hopefully, their stories will motivate you to create opportunities in your own communities around the world!Read More »
Category: south korea
Back to the Source: A Wellness Tour in South Korea
I’ve only recently begun to understand the power of my words, manifestation, and how to define my future with clear intention. In early October 2019, I stood up from my desk after a frustrating call with client and huffed, “I need a week in South Korea”. To my surprise, within a week I was contacted by the Korean Tourism office about a possible campaign highlighting their wellness properties. Yes, yes, yes!Read More »
Seoul Sister: A Visit to Tentacle Jewelry Studio
Tentacle: what does it mean? To have, to hold. In nature’s grasp.
Seoul’s meaning: cunningly cute, so delicate, but firm and strong.
In Latin: tentaculum. To feel, to test, to examine.Read More »
Seoul of a Nation: Where to See Art in South Korea
No matter where I go in the world, I always make sure that I visit a museum, art gallery, or exhibition of the local culture. I find it is one of the best ways to provide insight to the history of the country, and the sometimes untold narrative of its people.Read More »
Seoul Searching: My Visit to a Buddhist Temple
“How do we know we’re in the right religion?” That was the question I asked the bishop who visited my 5th grade classroom at St. Mary’s Catholic School long ago. Even as a 10-year-old child, I questioned religion – the dogma surrounding it, the proposed path to an eventual salvation, the confines of man-made rules. Read More »