The GlobeTracer

@ TracitaLinda


Hola! I’m so glad you stopped by. I’m Tracey, I write under the name She Traces, or She for short. Traveling is one of my favorite things to do. This blog was born on June 11, 2011.  At the time, I was living in Costa Rica where I sought refuge after a shaky beginning of the year. I was heart-broken and coping with grief. I wholeheartedly embraced the change of environment, and documented most of my discoveries, adventures and triumphs through a very difficult time.
Turns out, it took 103 days in Costa Rica to heal my broken heart. My journey in paradise ended and I came back home (U.S.) to put the pieces back together. God had an awesome masterpiece in mind. I decided to go back to school and pursue a degree in Speech and Language Pathology. I finished my graduate coursework in May 2014 (Yay!) and am now a fully licensed and practicing SLP in the D(M)V area, also known as the Nation’s Capital.

Globe Tracer continues to be where I document my insatiable need to see a new place every year. As of 2016 I’ve traveled to the Dominican Republic, Bermuda, Haiti, Jamaica, Ecuador, Montreal (Canada), the Bahamas, and Panama. Join me as daydream, plan, and book my escapes in hopes to trace as much of the globe as possible.

Feel free to start at the beginning to see how far I’ve come.

Make sure you leave your trace before you exit, I’d love to know you were here!

I remain,


11 thoughts on “The GlobeTracer

    1. Val says:

      Hi! Love the 10 things but more importantly wanted to congratulate you on getting into grad school and your choice of paths. You have chosen the best job in the world. It is rewarding, fulfilling, never boring, will keep you amazed, amused and amazzaled (as SLP’s we get to make up new words!). You will daily thank God for this gift He has given you. Grad school is not easy but I have absolutely no doubt based on your writings that you will be fine. I returned to school at 40 and finally at 45 and 8 months I graduated w/ a Masters in Communication Disorders. It was a long, hard, bumpy road but it was worth every minute I spent traveling. Your journey is just beginning. Blessed travels….

      1. Dear Val,
        Thank you sooooo much for your comment. I read it one day where it truly put a smile on my face and I was able to go forth and bless others with my smile! 🙂
        The fact that you got your degree at 45 and 8 months old is also a testament that God is so great and just like he did it for you, he will do it for all of us who have chosen this path!
        Thanks so much for leaving your input, please come back again.

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