Reflecting on my birthday writing retreat and what time alone can teach you about yourself.
Unlike many of my travel destinations, Nashville was familiar and welcomed me back lovingly. After living there for a couple of years, and also being away for almost as long, I wasn’t sure if that feeling of home would still be there. Would my friends still be around? Will the vibe be the same? And the question remains: will I once again call Music City home?
My spirits were lifted in Elvis’ homeland. I spent Thanksgiving with my second family and felt truly grateful for great friends and travel opportunities. Read on for photos and my trip…
The Traveling Barista, Sandy Lo, gives a Top 10 list of her customer crushes, which include the supernatural, a criminal to celebrities!
Sandy Lo discusses her decision to leave Nashville and move back to New York as well as future plans… I am someone who adapts easily, embraces change and looks forward to new adventures and setting new goals for myself. For these reasons alone, I have decided to move back to New York. To many, this comes as a surprise. I’ve been hearing things like, “I thought you loved Nashville?” Oh, and I do love Nashville—very much so! I will miss all of my friends, who have become a second family to me. I will miss the cafes and convenience of things being fairly close together.