A message from the women of Guanajuato, Mexico 

I took these pictures in October, 2016 in Guanajuato, Mexico during the festival of Cervantino. It wasn’t related to the festival but I felt it was important to document the voices of these women. I asked a fellow traveler from Argentina to help me with the translation and she told me that there was two terrible rapes in which the women were also killed in … Continue reading A message from the women of Guanajuato, Mexico 

Visiting Mexico City Part Two: Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo

Diego Rivera–using his art for social justice and storytelling Palacio Nacional Bellas Artes Secretaria de Educacion I have a whole new respect for Diego Rivera’s work. I was familiar with him before but now I understand to a greater detail what he was trying to do with his artwork. Many of his themes reveal the lives of indigenous people, issues of class and capitalism and … Continue reading Visiting Mexico City Part Two: Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo

Practical Travel Tips for the Nomad, Traveler and Living Abroad

If you’re getting ready for a trip around the world or planning to live abroad the list of things to do beforehand may seem immense. Just packing for a long time away is a project in of itself. Here are some things that I figured out along the way as I was perparing for nomad life. Some are innovative and some are obvious but likely … Continue reading Practical Travel Tips for the Nomad, Traveler and Living Abroad