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Hi, I’m Kelton!

If you’re like me, you find yourself delving into an assortment of rabbit holes, yearning for more knowledge and more experience. There is neither rhyme nor reason to these daily fluctuations of interest.

One day, I could be binging YouTube videos to learn very specific cooking techniques to impress my partner with. The next evening, I’m reading a book on game theory to better coach my sales team at work on how humans make choices.

One interest that you’ll surely read about in this blog is that of travel. 

Ever since I was very young, I have been a vagabond at heart. After school, I would spend hours running around the neighborhoods, going to friends’ houses, and exploring new places with the periodic check-in with my parents to let them know that I was still okay.

In college, I took my first couple international trips that took my curiosity of travel and turned it into a full-blown passion. I loved seeing how other people lived differently than I did and how they lived the same as I did. I loved seeing architecture from throughout history. I loved tasting foods and experiencing how it’s the greatest communicator between peoples. 

I started this blog in January of 2021 as a way to document my travel memories for myself, family, friends, and you. Now, you may see the blog transform into more of a personal blog that shares all of my interests and how I see things from my point of view. 

In April of 2021, after a series of emerging symptoms convinced me to see a doctor, I was diagnosed with diabetes. A month and a half later, I was formally diagnosed as a type-1 diabetic and began daily insulin use. 

I’ll share with you how living with a chronic illness affects my travels, my choices, and my life.

With this blog, I wish to inspire you to get out of your comfort zone and grow as the person you want to be. I want to teach you the things that I’ve learned through my years that maybe you didn’t know you wanted to ask about.  I hope to make you laugh with a few bad jokes every now and then.

Thank you for taking a few minutes out of your day to share them with me!

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