Hey, how’s it going?
Thanks for checking out my blog! Here’s a little bit about me:
- I love to move, to call new places home! Presumably you do too, or you like reading about sparkling vistas, mountain echoes, and breathing deeply 🙂
- I’m (almost) inexhaustibly curious. This curiosity has led me to ride motorcycles down the length of Vietnam, rear ostrich chicks in Bulgaria, and herd sheep on horseback in Mongolia.
- Most recently, I returned from serving in Peace Corps Jamaica, where I lived and worked with female coffee farmers. Though I still can’t manage more than two cups, I’ll gladly drink a cuppa from the Blue Mountains!
In case you’re curious, I thought of my blog’s title, The Cash Odyssey, while reading….The Odyssey. Like Odysseus, I know that life is a journey, full of perils and pearls alike. This blog relates my misadventures at home, travelling or otherwise.
I feel rude not asking about you, though, so please tell me your story! This is a space for all of us to share our funny, sad, odd, oddly amusing, joyous and otherwise enthralling experiences. Divulge away!
And because no profile is complete without a joke: “Life is short. Smile while you still have teeth.”
4 thoughts on “About the Blog”
Hi there Sarah,
Thanks for taking the time to stop by my little corner of the blogosphere, and for the follow. Your support is greatly appreciated.
Have a great day 🙂
Hi Sarah! Welcome to the wonderful of world of blogging:) Love your title!
I remembered you from my trip to Vilnius last summer – we were on the same sightseeing tour. You, a Ukrainian girl and I were the 3 women there travelling solo (or that’s what stayed in my mind). I remembered the name of your blog and today I finally took a peek. After reading several of your posts and thoughts I’m happy and amazed to see that you still live somewhere in the world like a local 🙂 Wish you all the best and good luck, Edyta
Yes, I remember meeting you. That was a lovely tour and it was so nice to meet fellow female travelers! Thank you for taking a peek at my blog and I hope you keep traveling 🙂