A Few Words on Failure

I thought moving to Grenada made me a successful adult. Finally living on my own, somewhere new, paying rent, living my own life. I've come to learn that success is not a one step thing. It's a process. I'm not suddenly a prime example of a functioning grown up. I am still learning. I'm learning… Continue reading A Few Words on Failure

My Second Full Day in Grenada; What I’ve Done and Learned so Far

This morning's shower was a cold one, and not by my own doing. That's alright. With this warm weather a little cool water is most definitely not a problem. One thing I've come to know is that here in Grenada the water is a little iffy. You don't know if you'll be able to get… Continue reading My Second Full Day in Grenada; What I’ve Done and Learned so Far

The Journey and the Destination

Throughout the next two months I'll be documenting my experiences in Grenada. The first step of any trip is, of course, getting there. This involves driving to the airport, lugging heavy bags around, going through security, sitting and waiting for a while, and then sitting on a plane and waiting some more. It's the tedious… Continue reading The Journey and the Destination

Why Wearing Glasses Is Sometimes The Worst

Ever since 7th grade I've been wearing glasses. It's been eight years and have I've always had people ask why I don't just get contacts. I don't use contacts for a few reasons. I'm uncomfortable with sticking something in my eye, and I also like the simplicity of glasses. When I'm ready for bed I… Continue reading Why Wearing Glasses Is Sometimes The Worst