Hello Bloggies ! – My name is Tarra.

If you’re curious to know, the 3 things that tickle my mind the most are: Traveling, Good Eats and the most fascinating, oh so interesting brain.

Why? Some may ask… Well, – I’m here to tell ya.

Traveling – Because who can ever be in the same place, doing the same thing, walking along the same path day after day? (BOOORING!) I will always remember my mother telling me to “sit still” while at family dinners and still to this day, years later, she continues to say the same damn thing. Yeah, I know, pretty ridiculous, but hey, this world is too big not to wander off. Traveling from town to town, city to city, state to state, country to country, PLANET TO PLANET is something that this life has me i t ch i n g for more.

“The world is big and I want to have a good look at it before it gets dark.” – John Muir.

Good Eats – Because who DOESN’T love themselves mounds and mounds of foodie goodness? I know I do!!! My boyfriend and I have a little love, okay, maybe a BIG love for Mexican cuisine – It is more of an addiction actually. But really, I am not picky when it comes to food – I would rather travel the world for years at a time to try every type of cuisine out there than have to do anything else, and I would be perfectly content. I am a sucker for yummy recipes and delicious beverages that can be tweaked and twisted into a one of a kind serving – Chimichurri Portobello topped with chunky avocado along side an All Day IPA anyone?!

“One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well.” – Virginia Woolf.

The Brain – Because who can THINK without one of those things? I know I can’t. Being that my background is Psychologically rooted, I base all of my thoughts and perceptions off of psychological testings and case studies. I am HUGE on observing human behavior and taking what I see from my observations into consideration when I sit down to think about human interaction. We, humans, are fascinating creatures – creatures that are connected in more ways than one may think, yet we still remain astonishingly different.

“Knowing your own darkness is the best method for dealing with the darknesses of other people.” – Carl Jung.

Grand Canyon 2016.