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Versailles & Montmarte 2/13The last time I went to Paris I…

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Versailles & Montmarte 2/13The last time I went to Paris I didn’t make it to the Château de Versailles so I was lucky my mom decided to join me even though she has been there before! It’s hard for me to imagine the days that Versailles housed King Louis– the absolute gluttony and pomp & circumstance of the palace used purely as a showcase of his riches...
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What It’s Like to Live in Morocco

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Reflecting on the second month of my Remote Year experience. If you missed Month One from life in Cape Town, read it here. Life in Cape Town was essentially one month-long honeymoon — especially since it was the first exciting month of my Remote Year journey — and as a result, moving to Morocco for five weeks felt like the whiplash equivalent to culture shock....
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What I Know Now (For Sure)

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Sometimes you have to get lost to find yourself Travel is a funny thing. There’s countless wonder to it, of course, but if you’re traveling while you’re going through some shit, it also forces you to think through the more difficult turning points in your life. But WAIT! Hello from Greece, my friends. Mykonos, Greece — to be exact — where I am now. I...
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Valentine’s Day in ParisMet my parents in the city of…

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Valentine’s Day in ParisMet my parents in the city of love!2/14My parents had a layover in Paris after their trip to Portugal (one month too early guys!!!) so I hopped on a short plane ride from Marrakech to meet them! We only had two full days but we sure made the most of it. I was soooo excited to see them, it was my re-set,...
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Riad BE MarrakechOMG. this. place. 

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Riad BE MarrakechOMG. this. place. 
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Shopping DayTaha & Sara took us to their favorite souks in…

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Shopping DayTaha & Sara took us to their favorite souks in the medina for all the best Moroccan goods!Born and raised in the medina, Taha and Sara know this labyrinth like the back of their hand. Even though they grew up here I still have a hard time imagining what it’s like to know your way around without Google maps. We started our day with...
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Le Jardin SecretMarrakech’s Secret Garden.In the midst of the…

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Le Jardin SecretMarrakech’s Secret Garden.In the midst of the Medina madness lies an escape, a break in the maze, a lush oasis to catch your breath. Le Jardin Secret is a traditional Moroccan palace inhabited by the country’s sultans in the 16th century, and has just recently opened to the public. From the garden:The ArchitectureLe Jardin Secret is made up of two separate complexes, each...
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“Digital nomads seem disconnected, when in reality we are the most connected people in the world.”-…

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“Digital nomads seem disconnected, when in reality we are the most connected people in the world.”- My friend ClemIn one of our many conversations about this wild and free lifestyle, my brilliant friend and idol Clem said this. It really resonated- she’s so right. Society (aka the traditional business model) sees remote workers as disconnected, isolated, avoiding socialization; when in fact digital nomads are perhaps...
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“Digital nomads seem disconnected, when in reality we are the most connected to the world.”

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“Digital nomads seem disconnected, when in reality we are the most connected to the world.” - – My friend ClemIn one of our many conversations about this wild and free lifestyle, my brilliant friend and idol Clem said this. It really resonated- she’s so right. Society (aka the traditional business model) sees remote workers as disconnected, isolated, avoiding socialization; when in fact digital nomads are...
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