17 September 2013 ~ 3 Comments

Limiting Travel For The Sake Of Maximizing It

I wouldn’t classify myself as a ‘travel blogger’. I really have little interest in being one. By that I mean I simply do not want to travel to places for 1 week stays in hotels, get city tours, massages, dinners, and take pictures and videos of myself doing it… even if companies pay me to […]

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07 January 2013 ~ 16 Comments

The Biggest Thing I Learned In 2012 (And Why You Should Take The Plane)

As we reached the 2013 new year, I was reflecting on what I learned in 2012. I feel like I learned a lot this year– particularly a lot about myself and what I am looking for as I traveled around South America (and am now back in Colombia). When 2012 started, I was thinking it […]

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01 March 2012 ~ 2 Comments

Clarity To Realize What You’re Not

The other day I came across this scholarship for anyone interested in becoming a travel writer. It’s a fully sponsored gig to tour around Southeast Asia, including Singapore, updating travel guides. Airfare included. Sounds like my cup of tea. I was keen on applying… I don’t know about you, but anytime my airfare is paid […]

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30 January 2012 ~ 10 Comments

What Tables Do You Want To Sit At?

I was listening to a podcast the other day and one idea really struck me. They (Dan and Ian) mentioned, almost in passing, something about “what you bring to the table” and what that means, and then re-evaluating the question in terms of “what tables do you want to sit at?” In other words, when […]

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