The Effective Altruism Movement + EA Global Conference, Boston

Effective Altruism (EA) is a movement. I was at their conference in Boston last month, and needless to say, I was moved. Here’s my take.…

Next Steps

I’ve never been more excited. After galloping down the beaten path, I can’t help but be dramatic — it’s time for something new. I’ve…

Self Diagnosis

I hadn’t worked out in two months. I finally hit the gym on a lazy Thanksgiving Friday, vowing to bust a sweat everyday for the next two…

Goodbye San Antonio, Hello New York

Transitions are exciting. “A new chapter.” “A new beginning.” New people with a few drops of the old. A restart. A cleanse of sorts.…

Ink

I finally got a tattoo. I don’t know why and I don’t know if I will regret it at some point, but I really wanted it. I cannot explain to…

Resident Alien

I am no longer a “non-resident alien.” The “non” has been ejected and my alien-ness is marginally more accepted – I am now officially a…

The Arsenal

My only heartbreaker is the Arsenal Football Club. It’s painful to support a sports team that should be dominating but doesn’t, that…

The Power of Visual Storytelling

Yes, there is a lot of garbage out there on TV and on the Internet, but it’s all about finding those hidden gems – those mystically…

Ambition

The word “ambition” has such a proud feeling attached to it. In my world, it’s the ultimate driver. This desire to achieve, make a…

Four Midnights In Paris

Not enough. Four days in Paris is nearly not enough to get a decent grip of the city. Paris was my last stop and like every journey, the…

Oh Bless’th Rome

Rome was my 6th stop. I thought I had seen enough history in the past 20 days to not be overwhelmed. But oh boy, Rome ruffled that belief.…

Florence Florence Florence

I was not alone in Florence. There was this best friend of mine and at least 672 American girls to give me company. Again, the Firenze…