Tag Archives: Love and Confidence

On Embracing Your Singleness & Living Your Dreams

embracing your singleness by returning to nature

Uh oh! Travelers, it’s time for a vulnerable lifestyle post! We’re talking about love and singleness today. Brace yourselves.  If you’re thinking, “I’m confused, this is a travel blog! What is this dating nonsense doing here?,” then I advise you return to Blond Wayfarer’s homepage. Pick something more worldly, haha. I have a lot of cool […]

Heart Broken Stories: How NYC Emotionally Healed Me

heart broken stories in nyc

First a disclaimer. Initially, I was completely torn about writing this article on heart broken stories and breakup recovery. I waffled about it all week. I would write a paragraph, shake my head, and close the draft. Then I’d open it again. Argh. As you already know, I don’t make too many references to my […]

Best Books to Build Confidence & Discover Self-Love

need the best books to build self esteem? the best books to build confidence? look nowhere else

Another one of my goals, in addition to settling personal boundaries and embracing self-love, is to read more books. I know. As an English teacher, I should read books all the time, right? Wrooooooooooooong. Guys, I’m a total victim of technology. You wouldn’t believe the hours I waste playing around on my phone especially watching […]

Setting Personal Boundaries: My 2019 Resolution

setting personal boundaries yay

Last year, I talked a lot about the necessity of self-love on this blog. At its core, self-love means giving yourself the same consideration and care as the important people in your life. If you wouldn’t want to see your parents, grandparents, or siblings treated a certain way, then why tolerate garbage for yourself? It […]

My Heart is Broken. Should I Travel Alone?

travelling after a break up

Believe it or not, I receive a lot of emails about this topic. I even received one this week, which inspired me to finally write this post. Yay, inspiration. Now I won’t copy and paste the exact message here, but the main idea of the email is pretty much summarized in the following few sentences: […]