My wrinkles weren’t wrinkles anymore, they were smile lines, collections of experiences. I started to not only see the physical elements but also the energy that was inside. I saw myself in a new light. I saw me.
You realize that not everything you own needs to be brand new.
This is what I want to fall in love with. The city and the lights, not boys, or the idea of finding a boy. I want to fall in love with these places, and the people I pass by that I will never see again.
I want your time and your touch, your adventurous side, your longing to experience. I just want you, in all your forms, to discover what’s out there. Discover it with me.
Some people play sports or take art classes or play an instrument. I travel. Travel is my “thing.” It’s what I do.
With kids, the space between home and the hotel is an engrossing part of the journey. They notice everything from the intricate workings of the wings of an airplane to the colorful graffiti on a city wall.
As publishing and its authors struggle to reach the right readers under a mountain of digitally triggered content, a young company in Boston — Trajectory — may be powering up the algorithms of true book “discoverability.”