wan / der / lust - (n) a strong desire to travel.
Through all the ups and downs of life, I've always known one thing - I have a bad case of wanderlust. I have a strong desire to travel and explore this world and make connections with as many people as I can who live in it.
And I've been pretty lucky. In high school I traveled abroad for the first time and visited Spain with a few other students and teachers. We spent about 10 days exploring Madrid, Toledo, Segovia, Barcelona, and Cadaques. By the time I was a freshman in college I had also visited several different states in the U.S. and islands in the Caribbean. While in college at Robert Morris University I traveled to San Francisco for the PRSSA national conference, Nicaragua for a mission/research trip, and I studied abroad for a month in Europe with Forum-Nexus Study Abroad, visiting cities in Spain, France, Switzerland, Italy, and Greece.
During my travels I've experienced a lot of emotions, but nothing can compare to that raw sense of being present in the moment, wherever I was. For some reason I just can't seem to get that feeling at home. And that's what has led me here. I've developed skills in communication but what I want to communicate is my love for travel and my incessant feeling of wanderlust - to share my passions with others and equip them with the tools and confidence to get out there and experience the world for themselves. I want to expose the kind and wonderful people of this world and the beautiful and inspiring places that are out there waiting to be discovered.
So welcome! Come explore the world with me.