But risks must be taken because the greatest hazard in life is to risk nothing.
A little sooner than anticipated, my time in Paris came to an end; however, this transition from expat life to civilian life should not be cause for disappointment because the past two years abroad have been nothing less than extraordinary.
One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish. Dr. Seuss March 2018 The world is a complex and confusing place... full of red fishes with blue fins and blue fishes with red fins and some fishes with no fins at all, all fighting for our attention on a daily basis. What are we to do … Continue reading 8th Journey Update: A Little More Less, Please; From McDonald’s to Minimalism
Il faut toujours viser la lune, car même en cas d’échec, on atterrit dans les étoiles. Always aim for the moon, then even if you fail, you’ll still be among the stars. Oscar Wilde September 2017 QUIT! It's a simple four-letter word that packs a complex punch. Quitting causes the 3 D's: distress, disapproval, and … Continue reading 7th Journey Update: To Quit or Not to Quit
It’s 3-o’clock in the morning and you can’t sleep. You lie awake in bed, staring at the ceiling, and absentmindedly listening to the late-night traffic outside. You hear a garbage truck drive by, and then a few transport trucks. You think to yourself, “Wow! It must be difficult being them, having to work at this … Continue reading 6th Journey Update: Three Days. Three People. Three Hundred Boxes.