From Colorado to…

While I was in San Francisco this weekend, a dear friend I met in Korea and traveled Myanmar with sent me a message urging me to start blogging again.

I have vowed to start blogging again because…

This should come as no surprise to anyone: I am putting my things in storage and traveling again. I bought a one-way ticket to Cartagena, Colombia. (Curious about the cost? A one-way from Denver to Cartagena: $156.39 USD.)

Here I am in Muuido, South Korea in 2014 with my trusty pack, a 65-litre Osprey. I named her "Rosie."
Here I am in Muuido, South Korea in 2014 with my trusty pack, a 65-litre Osprey. I named her “Rosie.”

The plan in Colombia: to live abroad while working my job remotely. I have been with Pro R.E.A. Staffing for a year and have been working remotely the entire time (moved from Georgetown, Texas to Crested Butte, Colorado to Denver – all while working my same job). Now, Colorado to Colombia.

So, thank you, Rikus

My friend Rikus is right. I have been living in Colorado since Thanksgiving, yet have not posted anything about all the beautiful hikes I have been on or the wonderful people I have met.  Those posts to come… 

Honestly, I have a love-hate relationship with blogging. I love it when someone says they read a post or found a post about Korea helpful. I spent years thinking only my mom and grandma read it. Hi mom!” Yet, I hate how much time I spend thinking about how to make a post perfect, yet each post fails my expectations and standards for myself. More on being a type-A perfectionist later, too...