Paige Baschuk is an American writer traveling the world as much as she can.

Paige has written for publications such as Reader’s Digest UKGarden & Gun, Architecture Today and the Daily Briefing. She has covered everything from crime and politics to architecture and health care, garnering a Maryland-D.C. Press Association first place for investigative journalism in the process.

These days, Paige is happy to write about travel and living abroad.

Why Bakersfield? The California city is Paige’s hometown and one of the few constants in her life after living in London, Charleston, New York and Washington, D.C. Why blonde? Always traveling, Paige has had her locks cut in seven countries so far. Her hypothetical book How do you say ‘highlights’ in Arabic? is sure to win a Pulitzer Prize.

Read more on her website.

(Interested in working with Paige? Contact her via pbaschuk[a]gmail[dot]com.)

8 thoughts on “About

  1. Pagie, did not know you are doing a blog, so cool! Thanks for sharing! If you decide you “want to go” to New Zealand, you have a place to stay!

  2. Hi Paige, Kate steered me to your blog and I am really enjoying reading about your life and travels in Europe. I know you have had to give up time with family and friends back in the states for this move, but you will be reliving the memories you are making now for yrs. to come, and your blog will always be there to remind you of your time in Geneva and beyond!
    I am presently homebound on Jenifer St. since I had a knee replacement last week. I am doing really well and can get up and down the stairs, prepare meals and enjoy reading your informative blog. Please give my love to your man and a belated “Happy 2-yr. Anniversary” Love, Maura

  3. We live in socal and my husband found you! I’m a Ruedy!!! My great, great grandfather’s brother Andrew Ruedy was born in Gachlingen!

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