This little slice of internet is here for you to discover the world through a different (and admittedly, much shorter) lens. Here, you’ll find recommendations on all ranges of travel, uncover experiences close to home and far away, excessive mentions of noodles, and colorful splashes of party planning for every occasion. On The Petite Adventurer, you will be able to find a destination, state of mind, or catalyst that will engage you to spark your creative spirit. This is a call to live a life that is colorful, authentic, and vivid.
If you are here because you are pursuing adventure in your daily life, then read on! Here is my allegiance to you:
- I’ll provide useful information in an enjoyable and digestible way. For your travel whims, you’ll find detailed itineraries, lodging suggestions, packing lists, and location overviews. Apparently, I’m an Earth Dragon, Earth Virgo. I’m analytical and realistic to a fault, and I’m a beast at making lists.
- I don’t claim to write as one who is currently living an expat life, or even as a digital nomad. My home is in the heart (perhaps even aorta) of the Silicon Valley where innovation, technology, and progress are a constant state of mind. I have two cats named Loki and Gizmo whom I adore beyond logical reasoning, a husband whom I trapped early on in college (just following Ali Wong’s strategy), and I unapologetically love my life in suburbia.
- Discovery– local, domestic, and international. There are infinite ways to explore at home, in your city, in your state, country, and beyond. All sorts of impactful experiences can be had anywhere, anytime, and doesn’t necessarily require insane amounts of capital, time, or preparation.
- Community is king and queen! I’m fortunate to live near my (enormous) family and friends and we are never short of celebrations. I’ll provide party planning guides with resources, simple DIY projects, and ideas on how you can crush the next fete you take on. This is a place where real people live genuine lives. It might not all be picture-perfect, but it will sure as hell taste good and feel right.