I've been traveling since I was four.
I've lived in four continents and five cities.
I speak three languages fluently.
This is not my day job.
What is Supernational?
My life abroad has fed my travel fomo, and on Supernational I share the experiences and insights that I've collected (and am continuing to collect!) in a lifetime of travel. Supernational is a blog about seeing the whole world and wanting to experience everything, even in the midst of a busy life. On Supernational I share not just travel stories but also tips I've collected over my years of traveling. I believe you don't need to quit your day job to travel. I believe there's much out there to explore. I believe in fun. I believe the world is Supernational. And I'm here to inspire you to experience it, one trip at a time.
When people ask me where I'm from, it's hard to give a simple answer. It's a story that keeps changing except for one constant: travel.
I was born in a city just north of Tel Aviv. At four years old, we moved to Buenos Aires, and I spent my childhood in the suburb of La Lucila, eating medialunas and drinking cortaditos. As a teenager, my family and I moved to Miami, Florida, where I grew up, went to college, and became American. At college I studied abroad in Paris, where I was proudest when mistaken for a Parisian by the locals. After that, I spent three years in Gainesville, Florida for law school and fell in love with small college towns. After law school and a pit stop in Jerusalem I moved to New York, which right away felt like home. After six months in the East Village and one year in Gramercy, I lived in Boerum Hill, Brooklyn until a year ago, when I moved to Tel Aviv--where I live, for now.
Traveling is something I grew up doing. I was lucky enough that my parents took my siblings and I on family trips to Europe, occasional weekends to Miramar and Punta Del Este when we lived in Argentina, road trips from New York to Miami and Miami to New Orleans. I was hooked, and as soon as I was old enough to travel on my own I took my friend on a trip to London for our high school graduation. In college, my best friend and I backpacked across Italy in what is probably still one of my favorite trips.
From weekends in San Francisco, to group trips to Ecuador, and now from Tel Aviv taking advantage of the proximity to Europe and further points in Asia, I crave travel, obsess about it, can never have enough It's what I have been doing my whole life, whether as a resident or a weekender. I am just getting started and wanting to see it all, one trip at a time.