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Six dos and don’ts of Couchsurfing

Six dos and don’ts of Couchsurfing

This is all from my personal experience, Jessica and I have couchsurfed through six states and four countries. 6.) DON’T hit your couchsurfing host’s car with your car. This isn’t the way you want to start a conversation with your host, “Very nice to meet you, thank you so much for allowing us to stay … Continue reading

Overflow of growth (a home to a backpack)

Overflow of growth (a home to a backpack)

This journey has been remarkable so far. Imagine if you will, seeing strings of a million different shades of colors, slowing getting intertwined together to form something recognizable. That right there, is what my life has become since August 5th 2012. That day Jessica, my fiancĂ©e, and I made the decision to do more, see … Continue reading

Snowflakes on my glasses

Snowflakes on my glasses

I am in a Hampton Inn directly off of Newark Airport in Newark NJ. I am sitting on a extremely comfortable yet firm couch with my feet up on a wooden coffee table. My eyes are viewing snow. Outside of my hotel room window, is snow. I am on the top floor of my well … Continue reading

First Couch Surfing Host / D.C

First Couch Surfing Host / D.C

We left North Carolina where my twin sister and her family lives. It was hard to drive away. It took me a few hours to let the sinking feeling in my heart to float on out. I knew I wasn’t leaving them forever. I knew in my heart that this is scary, and that I … Continue reading

Still

When I get to Europe , when I get there and are away from everything other than myself. I want to learn how to sit still. I want to learn how to not have to entertain myself via electronics, fiddling with things or just plain out pacing. I have grown accustomed to having to always … Continue reading