The Cost of FREEDOM

What is the cost of freedom really? Does it always have to do with money? 2 months ago I applied for a corporate job for a brand manager position in a retail clothing company. It was so unprecedented even to my friends but my reasons were valid (or so I thought). Having just started One…

Why We Should All Aspire to be The Greater Fool

For the nth time, I finished watching reruns of The Newsroom, all 3 seasons! I don’t understand why I love it so much perhaps because it was relatable and engaging. Anyway, there was one particular scene that resonated with me — the moment when Will and Sloan were talking about what a Greater Fool is…

Riding the Artisanal Movement: 5 Reasons Why You Should Buy Handmade Goods

After traveling and volunteering to local communities in several countries, I have witnessed how one person can impact the lives in these communities. This family in Ayacucho, Peru, gave me the opportunity to give back by creating a platform where they can showcase their products. Given that these people are not tech-savvy, online platforms such as Etsy are…

Starting an eCommerce Business, is it Worth It?

For the last 3 months, I have been preoccupied with One for Humanity. A startup with the sole purpose of supporting artisans around the world by creating an eCommerce platform to showcase their works, which are mostly handmade and one of a kind. If I’m not working on my online jobs [I have to because…

How to Start a Travel Blog Worth Reading in 60 Days

Setting up a blog can be done in minutes but to start a blog worth reading takes more time, a lot more. I have read a lot of blogs stating how you can easily start a blog in just 10 minutes and while that is true, the following should also be considered: the time for…

Turning My Dreams into Reality with One for Humanity

Ever since 2015, when I quit my job and traveled to the other side of the world, my life made no sense until now. You see back then, I was living an awesome and carefree life, meeting new people, fell in love, and created memories that would last a lifetime. I could have continued that…