An Ode to Corona

POV of a homeless millennial I'm not going to lie, I like to consider myself an intellect, but I studied kinesiology and had to google what an ode was. I'm also very stubborn and I'm going to call this an ode even though that's incorrect. Oh, Corona, I stare you square in the eye as …

Is It Worth it?

I roll over and the smell of my own armpits wakes me up before my 5:30am alarm does. Slowly, I lower myself from the top bunk without waking my 4 other roommates. I slip into my now baggy, oil stained, Carhartts and synch down the NRS cam strap that I’ve been using as a belt. …

“Strangers”

I have a controversial opinion: I LOVE people!  Extrovert? I don’t know you tell me. (Stay tuned for the next blog) Below I’ve compiled a few short stories of the amazing humans I’ve connected with since being on the road. Some are short and easy, while others are longer and more intimate. I’ve broken them …

Levels of Happiness According to a Traveling Millennial

Growing up I spent most of my time running around barefoot, loitering, playing sports, and exploring the enchanted forests that surrounded my house. Disclaimer; those were actually drug invested swampy sections of trees that broke up the constant line of houses in the suburbs of Florida. We didn't have cell phones and social media apps …

kweaver_

Remember when they told us not to talk to strangers on the internet? Whoops. August 29th, 2017: “Where are you from anyway?” “I’m from Orlando, FL. You?” “Holy crap I’m from the other side of the country, Monterey CA” If you love cute stories then continue to read, if you hate millennial shenanigans continue to …

Ethereal

   “Hey, Shelby do you want to-"   “Yes!!”         And this is exactly how I get myself into shenanigans. I mean what is there to lose? Regardless of what happens in the end, it was an experience. I know when to draw the line at dangerous situations or when it’s just plain “not okay”, …