Author Archives: Taylor B Woolsey

On Emojis, Hieroglyphs, and Social Disconnect

With the usage of emojis and modern technology, our society seems to have reverted back into hieroglyphs. With the many implications of this reversion, the struggle lies in creating authentic community both online and otherwise.


On Misadventures and the Kindness of Strangers

An té a bhíónn siúlach, bíonn scéalach.

“He who travels has stories to tell.”

My time in Ireland encompassed this Irish saying, and was among the best adventures of my life so far.

On Ireland

Is maith an scéalaí an aimsir.

Time is a great storyteller.

On Hipsters, Hypocrisy, and Grey Areas

I sit here at my computer looking every bit the part of twenty-something “hipster” and I really have to laugh at myself. The stage was not set, but I went about my evening and here I am- in a comfy slouchy chair with a stack of books to my left, a stack of records to […]

On Poetry and Passion

Losing inspiration is a heady thing, especially when the act of being inspired is one of the things that gets you through hard times. Without even realizing it, an apathy can invade your mind and body and make creation and artistry so hard to begin and continue. I consider myself a reasonably creative person that […]

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Means To Travel

A focus on meaningful travel - and the means to get there.

erin in wanderlust

(ˈwɒndəˌlʌst) n. A very strong or irresistible impulse to travel.

while the walls of my hermitage speak

the universe is an ever changing feeling

A State of Travel

The place for recent developments in travel trends worldwide