Lessons in Footnotes

There’s a set of stairs ahead of me. People are busy debating the gender signs for bathrooms in America, but I’m over here looking for a ramp to just get inside of one in Israel. It wouldn’t matter what kind of symbol is on the door. Accessibility has found a new fan. It’s been exactly … Continue reading Lessons in Footnotes


Finally (Un)Settled

After taking trains, planes, buses, subways, cars and boats every couple of days and moving around between cities and countries, I've finally been somewhat settled in the London area for over a week (....it's still hard to keep track of days). But, here I am, halfway across the world, calling this apartment my "home" because … Continue reading Finally (Un)Settled

One Way Ticket

I've got a one-way ticket, my passport, and an open mind with the willingness to tear down the boundaries of my comfort zone. It's like spring cleaning for my life, yet again. There's something about summer coming that makes me want to escape and start fresh. It's like being in school for so many years … Continue reading One Way Ticket

Gaining Insight

"Life can only be understood backwards; but it must be lived forwards." - Kierkegaard Everything we do leads to what comes next in our life, and at the time, it may seem like nothing is making sense. Sometimes, it even feels like things are completely falling apart. The thing is that sometimes things fall apart … Continue reading Gaining Insight