Archive for June, 2014

What Most People Don’t Want to Admit

June 29, 2014
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I will admit I came into this world as a pretty cynical human being. Ask anyone who knew me as a child, and I’m sure for every story they recall about me being carefree and playing Nintendo games, there were just as many times I was drawn in on myself and spouting off sentiments...
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Living State to State

June 23, 2014
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Living State to State

Many tourists often tell me how much they enjoyed their great American road trip, and just how simple it was to cross state lines without showing papers or being stopped. While I’m sure I have grown up taking this particular freedom for granted, there are some downsides to our US states most foreigners wouldn’t...
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The Fourth Jump

June 11, 2014
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The Fourth Jump

As I scooted my butt closer and closer to the open jump door and finally got the full view of nothing standing between me and 18,000 feet worth of air, I did start to question my sanity. Who wouldn’t? I question myself before crossing the starting line in a marathon, hopping on a jet...
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Making it in America

June 9, 2014
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Making it in America

It’s been difficult for me to write blogs these days. Although I know that people would benefit from hearing my perspective, as a traveler looking to become less nomadic in the US, I find it hard to gain inspiration from my surroundings, and the flashes of insight I receive are just those. Flashes. Hard...
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