Year: 2014

You’d be surprised how little I knew even up to yesterday. – Jack Kerouac

As the year is coming to an end, I am looking forward to beginning 2015 in a place that has recently become very close to my heart, Sayulita, Mexico. I tend to fall in love with many of the various locales where I travel but Sayulita, like Gallipoli, is a place where I’ve left a piece of myself, revisiting it every year as I shed the layers of the month past and start anew.

Welcome!

Welcome to ’N A Perfect World… a curated intersection of travel, fashion and geopolitics & socialization inspired by the global citizen lifestyle of the millennial. From up-and-coming artisans to locales, ’N A Perfect World… will invite you off the beaten path. Through my travels I’ve found that I’m a “spontaneous planner.” People are often surprised by my willingness and eagerness to travel alone. So far, in my journeys, this hasn’t impacted my safety and has afforded me great cultural leeway and freedom. Being that I do often travel alone, pre-trip, my planning side kicks in: I’m looking up everything about my destination and jotting everything from great hiking vistas to the address of the nearest American embassy in my travel notebooks. But, pretty much as soon as I get there, most of my planned itinerary tends to go out of the window and more often than not I find my self sitting shot gun on the way to a fiesta with the locals, or on the back of someone’s motorcycle carving up the mountain to …

What Kind of Traveller are You?

Welcome to ’N A Perfect World… After years of making travel guides for friends, contributing to amazing publications and sharing my stories via texts and long-winded emails, I’ve decided to create a home base for my passion of exploration. And with that, in a whirlwind — like most things in my life — ’N A Perfect World… is born. Here, you’ll soon find a curated intersection of travel, fashion and geopolitics & socialization inspired by the global citizen lifestyle of the millennial. From up-and-coming artisans to locales, ’N A Perfect World… will invite you off the beaten path. Speaking of “off the beaten path,” the best way to really enjoy your travels is to figure out, “what kind of traveler are you?” Are you an all-inclusive person? Do you spend weeks before your vacation pouring over travel books (and hopefully my site 😉 ) and planning your vacation down to the second? Would you prefer to hop on a plane and wing-it? Do your friends preface emails with, “where in the world are you now?” …