Tibetan Sisters Jewelry

Live Abroad at Home: Tibetan Jewels

Me inside the vintage poster store in the Gothic district of Barcelona I have one vice when it comes to traveling… No matter where I go I must always bring back something from the trip, a souvenir of some s...

Live Abroad at Home: Greek Treat

When I think of the Mediterranean, I like many people imagine the deep blues of the sea and the crisp shining white buildings of Santorini’s cliff side. The serenity and beauty of this image has caused Greece t...

Taking the Redeye: A Day in ChicagoLand

3:00 AM: Early morning travel is always interesting. Driving down empty streets I always wonder what others are doing at this hour. If I see another car I think that they must either be traveling or drunk. Mayb...
Bombay Bazaar

Live Abroad at Home: Little India

When I lived in Spain for one short summer, I met an Indian woman named Kamayani who I became fast friends with. Every week after class we’d find a new spot to get lunch. Exploring the culinary landscape of Bar...
Longmont Museum, 303 magazine, Caitlin Savage, Dia de Los Muertos

Live Abroad at Home: Dia de Los Muertos

A sugar skull at the imitation market at Longmont Museum. Photographer Caitlin Savage It’s that time of year again when we plan our escape. Our escape from our every day, a time when everyone gets to shed...

Live Abroad at Home: Viva l’Italia!

If you only knew what was to come of you Chef Boiardi! You've had it before, the watery sauce, the sticky thin noodles and the sawdust cheese. With complete satisfaction you probably slurped down this easy ...

Live Abroad at Home: Jewish High Holidays

You might already be wondering why I am writing about religious holidays in an article typically reserved for foreign cultures. Well I got the idea after recalling one night when I was invited over to have dinn...