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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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Buenos Aires Street Art

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We landed in city #3: La Paz, Bolivia!  But, I’ve still got more to say about my beloved Buenos Aires!   I saw 5 art museums, each with their own style.  But, some of the best art in Buenos Aires is on the streets.  Just like New York City, or Venice, Cali, street art is part of the cityscape.  It is encouraged and celebrated.  And, I...
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Comment on Har du penge, så kan du få, og har du ingen, så må du gå! by Tanja Blicher

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Jep, og når man finder 99 % dulce de leche på hylderne og 1 % chokolade i slikafdelingen, ved man, at man er kommet til et latinamerikansk land. 🙂
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m é x i c o #acapulco . . . . . #mexico #mural #art…

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m é x i c o #acapulco . . . . . #mexico #mural #art #digitalnomad #travel #travelgram #travellife #roamtheplanet (at Acapulco, Guerrero)
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Matt the Planner _and_ Routine-Haver?! Excellent.

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Matt the Planner _and_ Routine-Haver?! Excellent.
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My First Impressions of Remote Year

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Remote Year is a crazy idea that came to me when I found myself a little worried about directions in my life. The idea of travelling with 50 strangers 1 month per country for a year may sound awesome or scary but what is it like really? Through this interview of me by me, I will try to explain my original motivations, my first impressions...
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Comment on Community Evangelist Jacqueline Jensen, Piktochart by Jacqueline Jensen

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Thanks for having me on your podcast, Charles! Such awesome questions – thank you for asking them!
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Asia Travel Day and Doha

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Our last big travel day for Remote Year was a 3 day, epic-long, exhausting journey from Europe to Asia.  RY did a great job of breaking up the journey into digestible chunks with a sweet 7 hour layover in Doha, Qatar---which turned out to be a completely fascinating experience!   It started on Friday with a 5 hour bus ride from Split to Zagreb (capital...
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You Want Me To Do What?

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Listen Now: You Want Me To Do What?View Transcript Listen Now: You Want Me To Do What? Aaron LeClair values transparency, openness and relationships with people above all else. So what to do, when he finds himself in an organization asking him to go against those values? In this episode, we talk about his experience in this space, what he learned, and we even dive...
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The Packing Advice I’m Not Taking

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I love advice. Giving it (I have always wanted to be Carrie Bradshaw, but that’s another story), receiving it—and recently, ignoring it.As I obsess over what to bring on my Remote Year trip, I’ve been poring over articles about how to pack for a long-term trip. Pretty much across the board, everyone agrees that it's best to “Take less than you think you’ll need and...
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Comment on Week 30 – Rediscovering Travel by Pedernales Electric Cooperative

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When the environment is not as inviting, remember those that were and the hope that the remainder has a lot of new surprises. Your determiantion is fabulous. LikeLike
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Malaysian City Life: Street Food, Art, Cafe Culture, & Infinity Pools

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Within a few days, or even hours, of setting foot in Malaysia you quickly begin to realize how central food and beverages are to gathering in modern Malaysian culture. Our Remote Year city hosts, Nik, Rez, and Wan, have done an awesome job of giving us a taste of the various flavors of Kuala Lumpur – from the Lot 10 Hutong underground food stalls to...
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