When is your next adventure?

About me

Hi! My name is Bisa, and I'm a breast cancer thriver, plus-size adventurer, writer, and photographer.

After finishing treatment for breast cancer, I received a 5-year survivorship plan. It included monthly, then quarterly test and doctor visits. Instead of worrying about whether or not the disease would return, I created a recovery plan of my own. My plan included exploring the world around me and new experiences.

The blog's mission is to remind you we can create a life we love despite our weight and circumstances. My goal is to inspire others to follow their dreams and not wait for a devasting diagnosis to live the life you've always wanted. I want to share the power of travel to help through anxiety, stress after having breast cancer.

Join me on my journey. I still have miles to travel

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Recent Posts

Couples Therapy with My first true love . . . . Travel

This blog post is inspired by the podcast “All The Shit I’ve Learned Abroad: Travel Therapy episode 50. In this episode, the hosts, Steph and Andrea, had couples therapy with their first true love . . . . travel. I revealed yesterday that travel is my therapy, and I’ve...

Curry Ramen Noodles Recipe

Quarantine has forced many of us to cook more meals at home. It should be no surprise that when I asked you on Instagram what I should write about, the majority said food. Since we can’t travel, I wanted to make a dish that reminds of remind me of Asia. I decided to make a Japanese...

2019 Travel Summary

2019 Travel As I was putting together the list of all of the places I visited in 2019, I realized that I traveled a lot more than I thought. Not all travel requires a passport stamp and an airplane. It was fun going through all of my pictures and reliving the experience. I was able to...

A&A Ballet Presents The Art Deco Nutcracker

A&A Ballet Presents The Art Deco Nutcracker When we think of Christmas, you can’t help but think about the Nutcracker. Another Christmas tradition I have never seen before. Last night that all changed. I was given tickets to see the American Ballet Theatre’s production of “The...