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Primero 50 Days

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I’m officially at Día 50 of my around-the-world-for-a-year adventure. And here are the Top 25 of the Past 50, in no particular order because they’re all pretty amazing. I could have done 50, but let’s be honest, you wouldn’t read all 50… it would get labeled under TLDR (too long didn’t read) and I want you to read this because I think it’s cool and fun. Party Dresses...
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FOMO is real

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In case you missed it, I had a life event:FB Official. I live in Buenos Aires.....for like another two weeks now.But first, it's time for our post-ly (once per post) Q&A time, where I answer the most common questions that no one actually sent to me.Q: Have you had any good steak in Argentina?A: I get this question a lot. Everyone has heard about the steak in...
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BA Museum Review Pt 1: MAMBA

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Another rainy weekend in Buenos Aires made for memorable art museum adventures!   Lucky me, I met the most amazing mujer, mi novia nueva Fernanda, who is studying to be an art curator.  She showed me 4 museums in 2 days: two in San Telmo, and two in Recoleta. (Both are awesome artsy areas of BA) First up, MAMBA! Museo de Arte Moderno de Buenos Aires (MAMBA) When you...
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Federico Ast: Making justice accessible for all with Crowdjury

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“Philosopher Jeremy Bentham believed 18th century institutions are founded upon three pillars: the court system, the postal service and uncensored newspapers. The postal service and delivery of news have already been dramatically changed by the internet and other technology. Crowdjury is a step towards revolutionizing the court system.” Federico Ast is a social entrepreneur and the founder of Crowdjury, an online platform that crowdsources judicial...
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Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia

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Spent the weekend with 20 friends exploring the salt flats in Bolivia! So many epic pictures and memories. One of the most amazing sunsets I've seen. My true friends <3 A cactus island in the middle of the salt flats. An epic meal for all of us in the middle of the flats. The meal included llama stew! How we roll. The cieling in our...
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WHERE IN THE WORLD IS THAT SLORR EP. 2

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Buenos Aires, ArgentinaOne of the hot spots of the international world, and the city I didn't realize I was most excited for until I got here. We're living in a neighborhood called Palermo, which has infinite white girl accommodations. No seriously, there's a bakery three blocks from my apartment that serves Kale based, freshly squeezed juices.  Ninina Palermo is a bit on the touristy side,...
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#sunday #life (at Dacha Beer Garden)

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#sunday #life (at Dacha Beer Garden)
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Key Largo

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East Tennessee

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“La Menesunda: An Encounter with 1960s Experiential Art in Buenos Aires” in A Remote Year

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The Museo de Arte Moderno recreates the innovative, unsettling, interactive experience created by avant garde Argentinian artists in 1965.Continue reading on A Remote Year »
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A dramatic tale: The first day of Remote Year

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I was looking through my unpublished blog posts today and stumbled upon this lovely story. I actually laughed outloud at how clearly angry I was when writing this.  I don’t hide the fact that Remote Year posed a number of challenges for me during and after my year of gallivanting. Looking back, I think I started the healing process right about when I wrote this...
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Scared Shitless (And Other Emotions I’ve Felt Since Learning I’m Traveling the World For a Year)

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Allow me to elaborate via a Laursaurus (that should be a dinosaur but it's my wombo version of Lauren and Thesaurus. Wombo = word combo. You'll learn.)Scared Shitless: Yeah. I mean, look at the world. It’s fucking crazy. And not in a good way. TERRORISM! WEIRD DISEASES! DISGRUNTLED AIRLINE EMPLOYEES! VAGUE TEXT MESSAGES! It’s messed up out there. But the United States isn’t exactly the...
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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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