Month: October 2017

Eating My Way Through Montmartre

Eating My Way Through Montmartre

It’s quite amazing, before I began writing and exploring food and cozy experiences, my concept of “cozy” was perhaps one dimensional and strongly correlated with physical sensations and climate. But the more I travel, the more I learn that cozy can in fact be more […]

The Heart of Dutch Culture : It’s so cozy, we don’t even have a word for it in English

The Heart of Dutch Culture : It’s so cozy, we don’t even have a word for it in English

Alright people, here we are on the last stop of my summer European extravaganza – it’ll soon be on to everyone’s favorite cozy season of the year! But before you slip on those fuzzy bunny slippers and order your first pumpkin spiced latte of the […]

A Globe Trotter and Her Accidental Culture Shock

A Globe Trotter and Her Accidental Culture Shock

It’s freshman year of college in the summer of 2011 at the University of Washington and in the halls of the fifth floor in Lander Dormitory, it’s Open Door Night. Everyone in their dorm has their doors set ajar, eagerly awaiting a friendly face to […]

College Cozy: Cambridge Cafes To Get Your Creative Juices Flowing

College Cozy: Cambridge Cafes To Get Your Creative Juices Flowing

I don’t know about you, but in college sweat pants and coffee ruled the world – even before wearing ethically-sourced-over-priced track pants and posting overhead shots of lattes and succulents for no apparent reason was a thing. I still cringe remembering students march up to […]

Cambridge: Home of Intellects and Cozy Independents

Cambridge: Home of Intellects and Cozy Independents

So here we are, my final stop in Cambridge, England. Alma mater to some of the world’s most brilliant minds who were bestowed with the gift of intellect. These are not your perfect SAT Score everyday genius’ – we’re talking Stephen Hawking smart, the guy […]