My name’s Caitlin Fairty. I’m 29 and still don’t know what I want to be when I grow up. Right now,  I’m a freelance writer in San Diego, CA. (Visit my business site to hire me!)

I am:

  • a writer
  • a thinker
  • forever struggling with anxiety and depression
  • a reluctant fitness junkie (hey, at least I’m trying)
  • small in size but big in heart
  • a sci-fi nerd
  • a lover of tacos and french fries and breakfast foods
  • an amateur musician
  • a cat person AND a dog person (but OK, fine, mostly a cat person)
  • a messy, chaotic, perfectly human person trying to do my best in the world

This blog is a place to pile together stories from my life, whether boring or fantastic, and share them with the world. It started out as a travel blog when I first moved to Thailand, but it’s become more than that. It’s a place to share my heart: my adventures and travels, my struggles and inspiration. Most of the time it’s just a mix of day-to-day updates for my family and random musings on life as I try to figure out how to live it best.

It has also become a safe place to talk about the hard parts of life. A place to ponder the perpetual struggles of being a human and figuring out our place in the world. A place to talk about mental illness in the hopes of normalizing it. I think the messy parts of life are the ones most worth talking about, so that’s what I try to do.

So take a gander, read a post, write a comment, and enjoy the odd intimacy of getting to know me through the internet.


What’s with the name?

Ti·ny: (adj)
very small 

Ram·ble: (v)  
1. to walk or go from one place to another without a specific goal or direction; to explore idly
2. to talk or write in a desultory or long-winded wandering fashion

I’m a miniature-sized, too-wordy travel addict. A tiny rambler.


7 thoughts on “About

  1. Hi! I just stumbled on your blog today, and it makes me smile 🙂 we didn’t really know each other, but we were a couple years apart at the same high school. From another single, (almost) broke (kind of) traveler, thanks for sharing your stories ❤

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