Month: June 2011

On Optimism

Feeling good makes a difference, don’t you agree? When’s the last time you actually felt good? Have you paused to marvel at some passing clouds lately? Have you discovered that time is relative? Isn’t work just that: work? These are things I have been making time for lately. While striving to meet personal and professional

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3 Reasons to Talk to Strangers

Do you have Xenophobia? Does the thought of striking up conversation with the nearest person scare you to death? Or are you basically disinterested in everything they might say to you? Below are three reasons (among MANY) why you should open your mind, put your guard down and get talkin’ to the locals. 1. They

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Portrait of a Semi-Seasoned Traveler

Portrait of a semi-seasoned traveler is a new, on-going series featuring fellow travelers I have known personally, whether it be a long-time friend or a new acquaintance. If you have a great travel repertoire, or just really enjoy being on the open road whilst constantly planning your next excursion, I’d love to hear from you

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About Me

It’s come to my attention that I’ve yet to properly introduce myself to my own blog. As comfy-cozy it would be to give you my resume introduction, I would surely hate to bore you with those details. Instead, I would like to think of my accomplishments as second hand to my mission.Why Travel Writing?I crave

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