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Good swastika, bad swastika

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I can't tell whether it's because i haven't learned enough world history or whether it's because our views are completely skewed by certain events that overshadow everything else, but i'm constantly finding myself in a cycle of what?!?...oh, ok. Good swastika  So i started noticing swastikas everywhere around Mumbai and then the rest of India. many are horizontal in orientation, but you'll also find the...
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Welcome to Mumbai

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Before I acquaint you with my new city, i want to give thanks to everyone who has played a part so far in the greatest year ever. Creator of the universe and all you people in it, THANKS!    I can conclusively say that 26 was my worst year and 29 has been the best yet. I am truly at home wherever i may roam. WELCOME...
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hostel life

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I am in Mumbai currently and although there seem to be many things to like, internet speed is not the strongpoint here. i'll do what i can, but it is tedious to upload anything. you'll see Mumbai soon enough though, on to this post.I recently had a few week layover in NYC between travels and acquiring visa for India. When i first arrived it was...
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Fruska Gora Monasteries (Serbia)

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the mosaic icons could be found at every monastery  i did this day trip back at the end of may while i was based out of belgrade. the monasteries were a pleasant 1-2 hour drive away. whenever i go to a place, i love getting out and seeing the rural areas and hitting a dirt road or 2. no road trip, even if a day...
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Italy reflections

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there are not enough photos in the world to capture  the little bit of italy i saw. i downloaded an italy travel app that lists 250 visit worthy cities. this is definitely a country that needs more time to fully appreciate. italy has enough flair and style to go around. if you're ever in need of creative motivation or to see evidence of human accomplishment, you...
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Stay Over in Iceland

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As a dedicated lover of Mother Nature, I will never forget the dramatic landscapes of Iceland. Beautiful and unpredictable. I went there for just a week completely unprepared but very excited to attempt for the first time a real solitary hiking adventure on the most popular trail of Iceland “Laugavegur”. ABOUT THE VIDEO I would rather film people but being just by myself forced me...
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Branding and the Environment

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How the environment can grow your brand? Happy World Environment Day!! Back in 1972, the United Nations dedicated June 5th to the environment. Bringing global citizens together to create a better world for our children. Since then, there has been thousands of worthy initiatives around the world; beach clean-ups, tree planting, sustainable energy, education and preservation, even food consumption. All a collaborative effort to maintain...
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Don’t Drink the Water….There’s Mexicans In It

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Frankie Botero!< ------this guy------ >Well he decided to get hitched. Take the plunge. Tie the knot. Get married. Hook up the ball and chain. Put his sex life in a locked box. So, he needed to have a bachelor party. Since they don't allow Google Glass in strip clubs, we headed to Isla de Mujeres. An island off of Cancun, known for two of the following...
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Chicago is like New York….Just Smaller, Colder and Cleaner (and nicer)

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Decided to take a long weekend back in the homestead. Back in the old stomping grounds. Back where they put pickles on their hot dogs and invert their pizza. You know the place. The place where they decided to build an above ground train system in a cold abyss. The place where they blame all their problems on a goat (ya know as opposed to...
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2014 Schedule (iOS Dev, Beer, BBQ, Sports, Comedy)

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January 15 – Open Mic – Three Layers Cafe (Jacksonville, FL) January 16 – Open Mic – Rain Dogs (Jacksonville, FL) March 16 – 20 – Snowboarding (Salt Lake City, UT) March 22 – 29 – Spring Break Poker Classic (Biloxi, MS) April 4 – 5 – CocoaConf Austin (Austin, TX) April 7 – 11 – TeamSnap Team Mtg (Boulder, CO) April 15 – NSCoder (Greenville, SC) May 9...
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I’m Giving Myself 25 Gifts.

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Tomorrow will mark the end of month six of my Remote Year experience. I'm half-way done with this crazy year. What do I have to show for it so far? Lots of cool Instagram pictures, awesome new friends and really beautiful and hilarious memories.When I left for Remote Year in July, I didn't have any expectations. I didn't write down any goals. I didn't make...
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Borrow From My Bookshelf, Part 4

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The holidays are fast approaching and aside from spending time with my friends and family, there’s nothing I enjoy more than cozying up in front of the fire with a new book that I can’t put down. With that in mind, here are ten of the best books I’ve read recently; ones that you may want to borrow from my bookshelf or wrap up and...
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All the feels

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There are 18 days left in Remote Year. Umm, what?! How did that happen? How did the last year FLY by? How was last year simultaneously the shortest and longest year of my life? I feel like I’ve learned so much about myself and the world, but what IS it? What did I really learn and how will it affect my future?  Note that this...
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New 2017 Gallery Added

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While I was curating my favorite photos from last year I felt sadness. This was a surprise reaction to memories that I positively cherish. 2017 was a chaotic year for me — a lot of transition in both my professional and private life amidst so many different places I found myself. Regardless these photos are proof to myself that I really thrived amidst that chaos. I think that part...
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#13 Old Injuries

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As you all know (or you might not), I love extreme sports. They do not love me. I’ve recently torn my rotator cuff in my right arm rock climbing, but I’d packed my rock climbing shoes and I was determined to go. Mike put me in touch with the rock climbing crew and we made plans to head to Camp5 Climbing Gym which was in...
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A Friend’s Farewell

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Wise words from The World's Dumbest Traveler This one time in Colombia, I buried a friend who was still alive… He was a good man. Tall and handsome, his piercing blue eyes made him no stranger to attention at any bar or night club. If you just took a quick look, you’d never guess that he could have children celebrating their 21st birthdays all over...
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We’ve got a couple of singers in the group – my housemates…

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We’ve got a couple of singers in the group - my housemates happens to be one. #music #remoteyear #digitalnomad #talent #malaysia #kanvasadventures #kanvasjourney
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My life in one bag

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As if Remote Year wasn't a big challenge already, when it came to packing I decided to travel light. What the hell is that? Travelling light means not packing many of the "just in case" clothes and gadgets you want. It's thinking about what you can cut instead of what you can add. Wanted to pack those 4 pants with different colours to match your...
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Belgrade: The unexpected foodie haven

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When I first saw Belgrade, Serbia on our itinerary for Remote Year, I had no idea what to expect. In the month leading up to our stay there, I started hearing rumblings from our RY2 friends that we were in for a treat. They couldn’t have been more right. On our first day there, a few of us had signed up for a food tour...
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My dentist would be proud.

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RY Aurora Week 3 Recap If you’re wondering about the title of this post, well, you’ll just have to keep reading to find out.  Last week started very literally with a bomb…at an event called La Bomba. This musical evening happens every Monday where about a dozen drummers get together and play completely improvised sets for 2 hours. There were a few rotating conductors that...
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