The Comfort Zone Project launched in 2014 by travel writer Diana Edelman, the voice behind d travels ’round. Originally designed to document the challenges she faced as an expat living in Chiang Mai, Thailand, today the project has evolved.
Today, the site provides an uncensored look at one woman’s quest to find zen … and the good and bad that comes with self-discovery.
By documenting her very real challenges, the goal of the site to encourage people, particularly woman, to challenge themselves To live authentically and unapologetically, and to show that self-improvement, self-love and rising above the challenges life throws at you, can help create a meaningful — and happy — life.
About Diana Edelman
Diana Edelman is a writer and former expat who spent almost three years working in responsible elephant tourism in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Not ready to return to the States, she spent another year between London and Madrid before finally returning to Las Vegas, where she has lived on-and-off since 2005.
She is the voice behind the popular niche travel blog, d travels ’round and the Las Vegas-centric Vegans, Baby which aims to make a vegan lifestyle accessible to locals and visitors alike, while also encouraging others to adopt the cruelty-free lifestyle.
Her writing has appeared in publications including Vegas Seven, Mandarin Oriental: MO, The Huffington Post, Thought Catalog, Matador Network and more, and her story has been featured in mainstream press including Fodor’s, Las Vegas Review-Journal, Las Vegas Business Press and other print and online publications.
When she’s not writing, she works with lifestyle brands to help tell their stories via social media, copywriting, branding and public relations.