Aurora

New Orleans, You Have My Heart!

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WHEN DID WE GO: August 2-4, 2017WHY DID WE GO: USA Road TripHOW LONG WERE WE THERE: 2 nightsthe accomodationsWhere We Stayed: The Shogas Suite Air BnB Admittedly, when we pulled up to our Air BnB in NOLA, I was a little bit skeptical, especially after our experience Nashville. It just really wasn't what I was expecting from the outside. But let me just tell you, that as...
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EtekCity Ultralight Portable Outdoor Backpacking Camping Stove

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  This post contains affiliate links. Visit the Disclosure page for details.I legitimately don't think that there is a better backpacking/camping stove that you can get for $10.99 (which is how much it cost when I bought it!). There, I said it.When I started shopping for camping stuff for my 2017 Summer Road Trip, I knew that one of the things I would need was...
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Relationships and Transition Dates

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Hello friends, family members, mentors, coworkers and other humans!We recently had a webinar in which we discussed the challenges of maintaining relationships while working remotely. The RY staff shared some wonderful ideas which I am going to try to implement-- more to come on that. The best way to stay in touch is definitely real face-time, am I right? For now, I wanted to share...
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RY Aurora Climate Analysis

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Hello fellow premotes (and curious clickers from the world wide web)! Here's a little something-something to help us plan, purchase, and pack efficiently for the grand adventure! Let's jump right into the nitty gritty, shall we? Temperature Averages Good news everybody! 2018 is going to be a very easy year to pack for. Here's the general gist (my apologies to all you Celsius Citizens out...
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Time to Trot the Globe, For Real…

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Well, since we officially booked the tickets last night, I guess it’s about time I share the fun news! I will be leaving on Dec 30th to travel around the world for a YEAR!I got into a program called Remote Year over the summer! I applied on a whim and didn’t think much of it. All I knew is I'd seen friends of mine traveling on this...
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2018 Itinerary Reveal

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12 cities, 12 months, 10 countries, 4 continents, and 75 friends. Hell. Yes. After many months of anticipation, the final itinerary has finally been released! Without further ado... Remote Year - Aurora Departure Date: December 31st, 2017 01 - Buenos Aires, Argentina 02 - Córdoba, Argentina 03 - Lima, Peru 04 - Medellín, Colombia 05 - Bogotá, Colombia 06 - Mexico City, Mexico 07 -...
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America The Beautiful Pass: Worth Every Penny & Then Some!

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This is going to be a short, sweet and to-the-point post.The point?If you're going on a National Park road trip or planning on seeing more than 2 national parks in the span of a year, than you need to buy this pass.It's as simple as that. A no-brainer.When I bought this pass, it costs $80 for the year. It may be more expensive as you're reading...
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Nashville, TN: A Night (& Morning!) in Music City

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 Somebody asked me the other day why I made Nashville, TN a priority on my road trip...Ummmmm because it's Nashville?!Great music. Great food. Fun atmosphere! What's not to like? HahaWell, in all honesty, ever since I came here for the Beachbody Summit in 2015, I have really wanted to come back! We had such a great time hitting up some of the local bar and...
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The Maker’s Mark Distillery: Loretto, KY

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 WHEN DID WE GO: August 1, 2017WHY DID WE GO: Road Trip en route from Cincinatti area to Nashville!HOW LONG WERE WE THERE: Probably about 2 hours or so!I'm admittedly not much of a whiskey or bourbon drinker. I love a good stout, porter and glass of red wine. But, spirits have never been my thing.That might have all changed at the Maker's distillery in Loretto, KY.  Which is...
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Mt. Kilimanjaro Summit Night

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While I still have much to reflect on regarding my trip to Africa, I feel compelled to blog specifically about the summit night. If you have any questions about other aspects of the climb, please feel free to reach out via the contact section. While most of the Kilimanjaro climb was challenging, the climb was definitely manageable for those of adequate fitness. In contrast, the summit...
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