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On Next Steps & Samantha Brown

Does anyone remember Samantha Brown? As a kid and teenager, I was completely obsessed (and I mean obsessed) with the Travel Channel, and in particular Samantha Brown’s shows. 591 more words

Female Travel

On Mountains and Medicine

As things are wont to do when you’re in your 20s and a year has passed since you’ve written, so much has changed since my last post. 507 more words


The Renaissance Woman

A lot of things fascinate me, from the Viking invasion of England to cooking bad pancakes that could possibly poison someone.  I get so drawn into so many things which was exciting for a time until my interests started multiplying like a brain eating bacteria and I could not keep up any longer. 585 more words


On Not Having a Clue

You know how when you’re a kid, and everyone tells you to follow your dreams and do what you love? It’s a truly, beautiful, wonderful thing, when people say that and mean it. 446 more words

Female Travel

Interview: Seth Faergolzia - anti-folk polymath talks collaboration, fatherhood and Mickey Mouse Disco

Making 14 albums in 18 years, Seth Faergolzia – the polymathic musician artist and occasional fashion designer described as “freak/genius” – has clocked up an almost Fall-worthy discography and cast of former band members. 1,901 more words

Bi-weekly Thurs update


  1. I am going to post the interview I did for the PVZ since it seems pretty clear they are defunct. I interviewed Lydia Jenkins an animal rights activists for it and I’ll post that for my regular blog update on Tuesday, Sept 6th.

More than just soundbites

It is quite easy to sound and appear intelligent; it is easy to make people believe that you are knowledgeable about all sorts of things. 719 more words