This is the Lost Balloon cafe, so what exactly are found balloons? Glad you asked. 


Found balloons are fun little cultural snippets we find on our travels and everyday life that impact us. Experiences, material things, you name it–anything that changes us for the better as we go through life are “found balloons.” Whenever I find these balloons, I like to bring them back to the café to share with you guys. 

So, consider “Found Balloons” our version of a monthly newsletter, highlighting books that I’m reading this month (New Bookstore Adds), music recommendations (café vibes), adult drink ideas (the drink menu) a featured photo of the month (because every café needs a rotating art gallery) and more. So, without further ado…


Editing Mode

It’s been quiet here lately. You know what that means: I’m editing. and editing some more. the last part of Maybe True, Mostly Metaphor is done, and thank you all so much for sticking around to read the whole thing from start to finish. But, here’s the deal: It wasn’t all that good. No, I’m…

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Interlude

An Update It’s a been a few weeks now since we’ve set off in The Candlewind with plans of flying off to sunny Mexico only to find the balloon drifting westward instead… Well, as we’ve learned all too well this year, plans and reality mix like oil and water. It will be a little bit…

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Found Balloons: March

For someone whose life equates to traveling, it feels suffocating to hole up on one spot, knowing that globetrotting could mean harm for millions of others. But we all do what’s best for each other.  It’s hard to know what to write about when the world is all thinking the same thing. You can kind…

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Found Balloons: February

(Leap Year Edition!) Hope everyone is enjoying the extra day. I’m spending it doing what I love the most, sleeping, drinking coffee, drinking liquor, reading, writing.  It’s been a busy month with lots of traveling, so I’m definitely lucking out on having the extra day to squeeze in the newsletter. Despite the shorter month, there’s…

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