Ipsy Updates

It is now 6:40 Pm on May 12th 2018. As of yesterday, I was supposed to have had my first Ipsy package arrive. Unfortunately, this did not happen. I have yet to hear any updates from Ipsy, the UPS company, or the Ipsy delivery company. I’m disappointed in the lack of communication from Ipsy in regards to delays, so whilst I have yet to review May’s Ipsy bag, I am already feeling rather cynical towards it. And this is my review as of right now. Perhaps since it’s the first bag, it takes longer than usual, or maybe this is an unusual delay, but none the less, I am here to provide honest reviews.

Greece T Minus 62 Days

On July 2nd, my adventure embarking to Greece begins. You’ve likely all seen the photos, the sandy beaches, the greek architecture and the white houses that appear to float as you stare up at them.

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But on July 2nd, my journey will begin, and this website will become more active. I will share photos of the sights, the good and the bad, photos of the people, the tourists and the natives (With permission of course), and will write of my experiences. I will remain in Greece for nearly 3 weeks through the HISA Study Abroad Program, taking creative writing classes each morning, and a painting class each afternoon. I shall share the works I have created as I journey along.

A Vagabond’s Journey


  1. wandering from place to place without any settled home; nomadic:
  2. leading an unsettled or carefree life.
  3. having an uncertain or irregular course or direction:

Why a Vagabond? 

Ever since I was a child, I loved the feeling as my stomach dropped as the plane accelerated into the air. A true romantic and a writer from a young age, traveling gave my the inspiration to write, and to love life in all corners of the world. Whilst I admit, I can not call myself a Vagabond yet, as I can not afford it, it is what I hope to pursue. 

What to Expect?

  • Photos from across the globe
  • Travel Tips 
  • Blogs from my current adventures
  • Some of my writing as inspired by locations

“Traveling – it leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller.” – Ibn Battuta