2015 has been one hell of a year. For me, it was mixed with some pretty extreme highs and lows. I’ve spent the last year relocating pretty much constantly while building my blog, scraping by financially and maintaining my long-term relationship. I can’t lie, it’s been one of the toughest I can remember. Building a business while constantly on the go is no small feat. While I’ve struggled in my personal life, this year has been one of the best for me professionally. My blog finally started to make some money. By June I had already hit some of my major goals for the year and had to spend some time reevaluating what I wanted to come of DotR. I’ve been invited to speak at a few different conferences and have started to make a name for myself in the world of blogging. With this year in review I give you some of the highlights, thanks for being along for the ride.


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  • I kicked off 2015 in Siem Reap, Cambodia where I visited the ancient Angkor Temples with my good friend Julia.

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  • I published my first of several articles for The Matador Network.

  • Dopes on the Road won best LGBT Blog from the Korea Observer.

  • In February, I wrapped up my final month teaching in Seoul, South Korea.

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    • I was invited to join the Wanderful Blogging Cohort.

    • In March, I moved back to the US and spent some much-needed quality time with my girlfriend.

    • I attended the Women in Travel Summit in Boston, Mass.

    • l was on the media team at the world famous Dinah Shore.