Guilt, Children, and A Nomadic Lifestyle

As our little family has grown to four and the kids are starting to grow up (we’re currently have a 3yo and an 18month old in the house), a feeling that has been nagging at me is one of guilt. However, this is isn’t just a simple feeling of guilt. Instead, rather, it is multifaceted guilt that cannot just be … Read More

Becoming Vegetarian

One of the things I appreciate about living in India is the immense amount of vegetarian options. I was raised a carnivore, in a meat (with every meal) and potatoes household. I never really saw anything wrong with what I was eating. I grew up in the country and it was common to go buy a pig or a cow … Read More

Dividing Our Lives: A Travelling Lifestyle

Abhi and I have been blessed to have our own business and to be able to travel as much as we like. This has enabled us to be able to travel relatively freely between both the US and India, dividing our lives between the two countries. With the two of us being from these two countries these have been our … Read More

7 Things I Love about Living in the States

It was a beautiful day today with the sun shining and a nice cool breeze blowing, so Abhi and I went to the park today to enjoy our lunch. While we ate our lunch we began discussing the things we like the most about living in the States. In having this discussion I realized that I haven’t taken the time … Read More


Hi all! Things have been super, crazy, hectic but it’s all been worth it. Remember how this blog started with me talking about my time in India here and hereand how I wanted to go back? Well, I’ve got exciting news…

Don’t blink

It really is amazing to me how quickly time is flying by. My recent trip to India which was almost six months seemed to pass in just a matter of weeks. If I’m already feeling like this I can only imagine how I will feel once I have children! All these feelings have come up today because at this time … Read More

Finding your culture pt 2

I’ve been thinking about my previous post on Finding your culture and I have some additional thoughts and questions to pose. In my last post I discussed how we are searching for a culture where we belong or fit in. I’ve been thinking that perhaps this is the reason why we enter into intercultural relationships to begin with, even if … Read More

Finding your culture

Growing up in a small town I often felt like I didn’t fit in. Yes I looked like everyone else but my way of thinking and desires were different. I found myself getting lost in books and feeling unsatisfied with the community where I lived. I went to school several hours away in a big city. I felt more comfortable … Read More