My Diary
My Diary
My Diary
Ep 108
29 Oct: Podcast | New Boobs, New Booty…Why So Taboo?!

My raw + real interview with Ben Oosterveld on the From Within Podcast about my botched cosmetic procedures, my trip around the world, and everything in between.

Oakland, California
22 Oct: Theme | 7. Acceptance

True and authentic acceptance is what I long for. But, I’m not sure if genuine and authentic acceptance can be reached. I guess that’s another part of acceptance…accepting an undesired outcome.

Pixel | Lake Tahoe
15 Oct: Theme | 6. Unlearning

Unlearning is a bitch. Breaking old patterns and shattering limiting beliefs is HARD. But, I’m determined to make this unconventional lifestyle work for me. Because, the one dictated by society sucks ass.

Exercising Patience
08 Oct: Theme | 5. Patience

Trust me, I’d Dream of Jeannie my ass to new countries, if the tech was available. Come on Elon. I’ve been patiently waiting. When is the worldwide Hyperloop system launching?

Mushrooms & Masks
01 Oct: Theme | 4. Self-Love & Care

There’s way too much I need to see and do before I die. And, I refuse to waste another minute of it drunk, hungover, or unproductive. This woman is staying sober, safe, sane, & focused on her trip around the world.

Travertine Hot Springs | Bridgeport, California
24 Sep: Theme | 3. Disconnect & Recharge

Burning Man 2018 was the first time I fully disconnected from reality. Not because I wanted to, but because I was forced to.

Hike in Yosemite National Park
17 Sep: Theme | 2. Presence & Adaptability

I did my best not to be a slave to my phone. I did my best not to chase every buzz, ding, & notification. I did my best to give my friends and family my undivided attention.

Denver Naveen Mallorie
10 Sep: Theme | 1. Exploration & Connection

Sobering Stat | On average, kids see their parents ~200 more times after they leave home.

West Coast Road Trip Map
16 Jul: 2020 West Coast COVID Road Trip!

When life gives you lemons [aka COVID], squeeze them in people’s eyes [aka go on a road trip]! How I turned my frown upside down and drove 5,000 miles in 50 days.