- Brandeis University
- Vagabond, Freelance Writer, Human Being
- English, Español
- Nathan's Airbnb Symbol
In 2012 I graduated with a degree in English Literature, then spent one miserable year working in financial services.
I quit my job in 2013, bought a 1-way ticket to Europe, and spent almost 2 years traveling around. Along the way I walked 1,000 miles on the Camino de Santiago, worked for an eco-collective in Normandy, volunteered on co-op farms in Tuscany and Abruzzo, and hung out in anarchist squats in Paris and Milan, just for a change of pace.
These days I work as a freelance writer, and although my life is a bit less crazy than it was back then, I still am passionate about travleing and meeting new people wherever I go.
Things I love: cooking, listening to post-rock music, petting friendly dogs and cats, wandering back alleys, reading good books literature, exploring dusty old cathedrals, and drinking red wine with gusto.
You can check out my travel blog -- which I don't update nearly as much as I used to) over here: (URL HIDDEN)