“Japanese Jesus” (Re-Discovering God In Japan)

Before going to Japan I was experiencing some major shifts. I had just graduated from college. I was getting ready to hit the NYC audition scene with every ounce of passion and drive I possessed. I was looking forward to starting a new job. And in the midst of all that, I was dealing with…

A Little Taste of Paris

I LOVE CAFES. I love how intimate they are and the music selections usually played. I love iced lattes and the smell of crisp, buttery pastries fresh out the oven. I am so drawn to its charming décor and appreciate the calm, peaceful atmosphere suitable for reading or getting work done…and while some of my greatest café experiences have been in other countries, it’s nothing like discovering a local place that offers a similar vibe and transports…

For the Love of Travel

“To travel is to take a journey into yourself” -Danny Kaye I was nineteen years old when I took my very first trip overseas. I remember being pretty anxious about flying, but excited for the journey ahead. I was entering my junior year in college and had the incredible opportunity, along with a group of other talented actors, to study Shakespearean acting at the Globe…

My HAIR-lationship (building a relationship with your hair)

  “Our hair fashions might be just a trend, but if we investigate, we may find that we have been depriving ourselves of one of the most valuable sources of energy for human vitality.” -Yogi Bhajan People often ask me what made me decide to “go natural“. I’ll be honest, it wasn’t something I planned or…

Monthly Check-Ins

 A few months ago, one of my closest friends Mel suggested we do a monthly check-in to make sure we were staying connected. It had been difficult to keep up with each other because of our busy schedules and the fact that she lives about two hours away. So, we decided to try out her idea and so far it has been successful! Our monthly…

WÜRSTBAR (Sausages n’ Cider)

WÜRSTBAR is a cute little sausage place located in the heart of Jersey City right off of the Grove St station stop. Some of the best sausages are made here.  The restaurant has a nice, chill vibe, wooden floors and cute wooden picnic tables that add an interesting touch and give plenty of room to host a party. At the bar you can sit and enjoy […]

Hello, my name is Jevonnah and I suffer from F.O.M.O.

It all started with a conversation at Happy Hour with Melissa, my coworker. I was picking her brain about creative names for what I initially wanted to be a travel blog. Well, realistically that idea would be difficult to execute because although I’ve traveled to many places around the world, lately I haven’t been traveling…