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Life on the Lake

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One Saturday morning I woke up early and headed to Copacabana, Bolivia with a few of my friends. Copacabana sits on the edge of Lake Titicaca, which is both the largest lake in South America and the highest navigable body of water in the world. The lake stretches between Bolivia on the east and Peru on the west. From La Paz, getting to Copacabana is...
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10 ways to start loving yourself the way you deserve to be loved

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How a small decision can turn your life around

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Learn how to free yourself from anxieties with these 8 easy steps

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Week 12 – Salty Emotions and Environment

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Monday, 4/18 – Travel Day This was not a happy day. I was exhausted from being on the go for just about two weeks straight, I was extremely sad about Wes leaving, didn’t want to leave the ease of living in the states, and the 22 hours of travel ahead of me did not add up to excitement about going back to Bolivia. The travel day one week prior...
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Buenos Aires highlights

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Graffiti art walkWe went on a tour by Graffitimundo that covered the north of the city, providing a visually stunning introduction to the vibrant world of urban art in Buenos Aires and its compelling history. We explored the barrios of Colegiales, Chacarita, Villa Crespo and Palermo - neighborhoods featuring a rich variety of art from leading local and international artists. BAFA futbol nightsThe Buenos Aires Futbol...
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Pancho the llama

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National dish and drink of Peru 

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My bedroom view in Cusco 

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Nice little stop off on our 15 hour bus ride from La Paz to Cusco

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Comment on Happy Holidays! 12 Life Lessons Learned While Traveling Around the World by Halley

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Amazing! I am so happy for you. I know the adventure has been for you, but the joy and insights spread much further. All my love!
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garden pathway #statenisland . . . . . #ny #newyork #garden…

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garden pathway #statenisland . . . . . #ny #newyork #garden #nature #friday #peace #futureofstorytelling (at Snug Harbor Cultural Center and Botanical Garden)
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Day 314

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We had a Remote Year event today where people from a couple different organizations came in and talked about the issue of people – especially young boys – being exploited for work + sex here in Chiang Mai, but also all over Southeast Asia. It shed a light on a topic that usually exists in the dark, is never really thought about, and is often...
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Go Slow

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Spent my days in Caye Caulker abiding by the motto of the island – Go Slow.   Although there is a sign on the main road that follows with “but keep moving” which I also like.   Caye Caulker is just three roads – front, middle and back which a bunch of laneways running in between, makes for a good commute.  The main industry is tourism (followed...
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Semuc Champey

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I still have one last yogi from the farm left to travel with! Mawney and I just can’t seem to shake loose of each other’s company just yet! We took an impromptu stop in Semuc Champey to break up the long trip from Antigua to Tikal and it did not disappoint.A monstrous river dips underneath the earth where these crystal blue pools form from the...
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Caye Caulker, Belize

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Caye Caulker:THE BASICSIsland paradise fit for backpackers and luxury travelers alike. Near the Great Blue Hole: one of the biggest diving destinations in the world. Cheap lobster and chill-out island life will be had.HIGHLIGHTS- $10 lobster almost everywhere- Pause animal shelter/hostel: A hostel that has 80 rescued cats and a few dogs. You can volunteer to take the dogs for walks around the island! Great...
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Remote Profile: Lauren Dunn

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LAUREN DUNNOWNER/PRINCIPLE CONSULTANT, OGEE CONSULTING LLCUSA WHY DID YOU DECIDE TO COME ON REMOTE YEAR? I've always wanted to do a trip around the world while still having a reliable paycheck. I had been looking into planning a trip when I came across Remote Year.  At that time, one hurdle was that, it takes a huge amount of time to plan a trip like this and...
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And then my roommate got robbed

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The morning of my first day in Phnom Penh I woke up in a funk. My AC wasn't working so I spent the night in the heat, uncomfortable, and I was still concerned with how I was going to live in this city all month as the previous nights' trip in a tuk tuk in rush hour traffic left something to be desired about my opinions...
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Do It For the Culture

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In the span of three weeks, I have kicked it with the homies Mac and Ant in Japan, partied to the hypnotic spinning of fellow remoter DJ Tina T in Cambodia, and trained with professional head bussas in Thailand in the Science of Eight Limbs. All of this while helping to lead and build a startup up from scratch — shoutout to the 10xU team, love y’all. Plus, my credit...
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Home Is Where The Home Is: Recharging my batteries in Hamburg, Germany

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I only realized how exhausted I was when I was already back in Europe, so I was glad I had given myself two weeks back home, with family, friends and, best of all, my little niece. It gave me time to reflect, think and, most of all, reconnect with my home town in a special way. Enjoy this video about my reconnecting with my hometown...
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