END OF A ROAD; UPPING THE ANTE

The first time I saw Pittsburgh I knew I would leave her. She could be cold, nebby, and casually racist, but really, it was me. With so much out there to see in this world, I've never entertained the idea of being tied down to any one city. I've never had a car note, a mortgage, or a desire to settle down. While I appreciate the homes others have fashioned for themselves, I'm not quite ready for a long-term commitment. I have an ongoing joke of a New Year's resolution: all new mistakes. It's a way to remind myself to take chances, explore new territory, learn to dig deeper. It's a call to say yes to opportunities and have a sense of humor when things go awry.

SHOPPING IN A FOREIGN COUNTRY

Before spending time in any new place, it always pays to do a little research. This holds especially true if you're going to be staying or living in said new place for a stretch. We left for Ecuador having a decent idea about what to expect when it came to stocking our kitchen, but you … Continue reading SHOPPING IN A FOREIGN COUNTRY

A TRAVELER’S HOME BAR ON A BUDGET- THE SOUR IN THREE EASY COCKTAILS

Once you've mastered basic drinks, you're ready to riff on them. Learning the rules allows you to break them. Since our options at the liquor store are scant, we'll mostly be doing this with different infusions and different house-made syrups. We'll take a trip to the market with the next few posts and play around in the kitchen.