Yes, that is a bold statement. Is it even possible to choose the “best” sushi in a city that has SOOOO many amazing food options and specializes in seafood? Probably not. We should all meet up in SFO and search exhaustively for the “best” sushi in town. It could take months. Luckily, we would probably lose a few pounds walking between all of the options, if not for being on a sushi-only diet alone.
When I went to Guatemala, taking hiking boots was not an option. Not only are they too large and clunky for a 50L backpack, they also aren’t breathable enough for tropical climates even during the dry season. The Salomon Speedcross 3 was the perfect trail shoe for hiking volcanoes and fitting nicely in my bag. Continue reading
It was late in the evening when I landed at San Francisco International Airport. I was exhausted from my long flight from Indianapolis. Within less than an hour, my journey would be over and I would be curled up in my hotel room getting some much-needed R&R. Continue reading
One of my 30 By 30 Goals was to meditate for 30 days, in hopes of developing a regular meditation practice. I was first introduced to meditation in college when I took an entire course on various styles of meditation. I remember very little from taking that class, but one thing I do remember is that there a lot of different meditation methods. Continue reading