Tag: California

How to explain gaps in your resume because of travel

I have over 15 versions of my resume on my hard-drive. Being on-the-go full-time for 4 years was an incredible experience, but I am not independently wealthy. I had to work along the way to finance my travels. Many of those jobs were in the hospitality industry which exist worldwide. My experience is all over

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A day trip to Big Bear Lake

Currently Jonathan, Pono and I reside in southern California. Temecula is a cute 100,000 person or so town about 1 hour north of San Diego and is home to “wine country” and a burgeoning foodie scene. As we have gotten settled here and have gotten jobs, are days off have been few and far between.

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Life as I know it

I would like to say that I just got done traveling extensively this summer, but I’m sure part of landing in San Diego is part of my travels as well. Part of me embarking on the road for so many years now has been to improve my travel writing and enrich my life with experiences.

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The uncertainty of the travel flow

Traveling opened up about a million cans of awesome, and almost as many cans of worms. This year alone has been my greatest success. I conquered continents. I traveled here, to there, to here and to there again. A lot of people ask me, “What are you running away from?” I like to answer, “It’s

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Life as a full time traveler

I’ve been traveling full-time for almost eight months. I’m humbled by all the experiences I’ve had. This has been the best year of my life in so many ways. My mind’s been opened to the big wild world, and it’s love, my friends. Couchsurfing around the world, camping on remote beaches and calling wherever I

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5 reasons to love magical, weird L.A.

I’ve been to L.A. once, very briefly to score a Hollywood T-Shirt for my friend’s suvenir on the way to LAX airport. It was hot, congested, those two things together rarely a good thing. I didn’t have a favorable first impression of the city of Angels. I’m lovingΒ  California life. The more I explore this

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