It’s been awhile, and the snack boxes have been keeping me from blogging, but I’ve got some really cool projects in the works, and I can’t wait to get back to writing about our adventures throughout Asia. Spoiler Alert: Tokyo has been amazing!
Many of you were introduced to me, and my indefinite honeymoon, with this picture on an article featured on NecoleBitchie, a year ago.
So much has happened over the past year that we thought you needed an update, as well as more of an understanding as to why we decided to embark on an indefinite honeymoon. Read my new feature in its entirety here.
If you’ve ever been more interested in the juicy details of our personal life and what would make two kids from Ohio embark on an indefinite honeymoon around the world, check out our latest feature on Madame Noire.
Did you see our latest feature on Black Girl Long Hair? Last week I posted a #ThrowbackThursday photo on Instagram and started getting a lot of likes and new followers. Honestly, I thought I was being spammed. As much as I like my picture at the Buckingham Palace, I knew it wasn’t that cool. I logged into Facebook and saw a picture of Jarrell and I, in France, all over my timeline. What a wonderful surprise and welcome to all the new readers.
Check out our latest feature on Rachel Travels, as I discuss more about our house sitting adventures as well as our lives before our indefinite honeymoon.
Read the full new interview on Rachel Travels here.
I recently did an interview sharing a bit of our story, from how we decided to travel to what our life is like now. If you’ve ever been interested in our indefinite honeymoon, check out our feature on Peaches, Beaches and Urbanistas to read all about it. Thanks to these two wonderful young ladies for featuring our journey. Read our interview here.
Check out our feature on XONecole to read more about our Indefinite Honeymoon:
“I am a free bird who loves to travel and I move often. My fear of marriage has always boiled down to me feeling as though I would have to clip my wings and stay in one place, versus seeing all that the world has to offer. This is why I was touched by Bitchie Reader Amirah Cook and her husband Jarrell who have been on an indefinite honeymoon since marrying her husband in August 2012. The couple quit their jobs in corporate America to live life by their own rules.
They have now traveled to over 12 countries and counting.”
I’ve been doing a lot of features lately, partnering with great travel blogs. Check out this new feature on Reflections en Route, where I discuss our traveling style and much more.
Read the full article here.
I was recently asked to share my experiences with indefinite travel with Graham Brown, the author of several guides as well as a book encouraging you to be location independent, creating the lifestyle you desire.