I began this blog as a sophomore at Syracuse University. Then I took it along as I studied in Santiago, Chile and Strasbourg, France, lived in a sorority house, graduated from college, road-tripped solo across the United States, backpacked through Central America, worked in online publishing in New York, and then moved to Paris to pursue an M.A. in Global Communications. Now, nearly eight years later (half of which were spent abroad—note blog title above), I'm pretending to be a grown-up in Southern California.
What began as a platform for healthy food around the world has developed into a passionate collection of musings on art, food, wine, travel, life, and love. I get a little personal in hopes that danielle abroad is both inspiring and entertaining. Please check out my blog's disclosure, if you'd like, and keep in touch by email or tweet(s). It'd be lovely to hear from you.