Quiet but outgoing, adventurer and daydreamer, cultural anthropologist at heart. I made my move to the Big Apple in the Fall of 2012 and decided to launch this blog to document the new experiences and adventures I was indulging in. First serving as a sort of NYC diary, I eventually began blogging about the different states and countries I was visiting while living on the east coast.

In the Fall of 2017,  I took up a teaching opportunity in Spain, which allowed me to travel throughout Europe until the Summer of 2018. Since January of 2019, I’ve been dividing my time between California and Germany, teaching English and accompanying my husband in the wonderful city of Berlin. My posts will continue to focus on my travels in and outside of the states, and any experiences I feel like sharing.

For those of you that know me, it is very likely that during your travels I have asked you to either send me or buy me a postcard. I started collecting postcards when I was a little girl and have always found just the perfect card to summarize my journey no matter the location. Inexpensive, light, and unique, you can’t go wrong with this souvenir. You may be asking, what about Pumps? Well, I have walked on cobble stone, hot sand, snow, damp forests, you name it, in all kinds of shoes, one of the pairs being pumps. Each pair of shoes that I have walked in during my adventures contributes to my experiences and many unforgettable moments. There you have it, the birth of Postcards & Pumps. I hope you enjoy.