Sarah Kay Ndjerareou is the author of Pieces of Glass. The child of missionary parents, writing became a natural way to process my adventures through Siberia, Ukraine, Kenya, Monaco, Swaziland, Thailand and beyond. Ndjerareou means ‘he who builds the road’ in Ngambai, my husband’s Reounodji Nathanael (Nate’s) tribal language spoken in Chad, Africa. Our favorite travel companions are our daughter, Sophia, and son Isaac. Today our home is in Texas.
Ndjerareou Journey

Hospitality & Covid-19

COVID-19 has played havoc with my concept of hospitality. I want to feed, gather and embrace. Currently, Megan & Nate run their photography business out of their Airstream. They felt the invisible need of the nomad and created a tool ...
Soulful Sojourning

Cultivating Creativity: Find Your Tribe

cre·a·tiv·i·ty/ˌkrēāˈtivədē/ noun the use of the imagination or original ideas, especially in the production of an artistic work. Creativity is a spark that runs through all personality types, ages, and ethnicities. It’s deliciously universal. Unfortunately, so is the frustration that ...
Ndjerareou Journey

Candy Cane Christmas Party

My son had a wonderful room mom last year who made holiday parties look so easy. Her fantastic formula: storytime, craft, games, treats. This year when asked to host my son’s 1st grade Christmas party, I thought what would Lauren ...
Global Lit

Cultivating Creativity – Books for Writers

“It’s none of their business that you have to learn to write. Let them think you were born that way.” – Ernest Hemingway This collection of books for writers contains relevant industry information as well as passionate prose from prolific ...
Ndjerareou Journey

Time to Wander – Reflections on Rest & Renewal in the South of France

“Daddy laughs more here than anywhere else,” our daughter observed one sun-kissed afternoon.  In 2017, our family fled overwhelming suburban commitments to house sit for strangers in the South of France. Six glorious weeks of traveling slow, the goal: living ...
Exotic Flavors

Super Simple Salsa

  Well-loved recipes at the heart of family and culture are my favorite. They’re elusive because they aren’t often captured. They’re in the heads and hearts of home chefs across the world. Recipes requested often from my kitchen, but not ...