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How to pack for an indefinite amount of unexpected adventures

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I have roughly planned for four different continents of travel for the next 15 months, and after that I’m not too sure what I will be doing. I need to be as prepared as possible for anything. So what goes in the bag?The bag itself:-Osprey sojourn 25” 60L (awesome because it has wheels as well)-Incase laptop backpackClothes:1 Raincoat1 Hoodie1 Nicer sweater2 Pair Yoga pants2 Pair...
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Recap: It’s been a gypsy summer

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It's been a hectic few months, and if you know me well, I've probably crashed on your couch, floor or bed. Playing house in SoCal didn't work out as I planned, and when I no longer knew where to call home, I realized nowhere felt more like home than the road. I've been going full digital nomad for a few months now... Driving on three...
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Obsessive healthy packing tips

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I spent months covering my self in deet insect repellent and cheap sunscreen everyday when I traveled through SEA a year ago, and it's just awful. Having nicer, organic products that don't hate your skin when you are traveling is well worth it. These are just a few of the products I use to feel not like a chemical wasteland while on the road.From left...
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I dag sagde jeg nej til et godt jobtilbud og betalte 20.000 kr. for en usikker fremtid!

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Hvordan er det nu med den der mavefornemmelse? Er det ikke meningen, at den skal hoppe og spjætte og blinke neongult, når man er på vej til at træffe den rette beslutning? Nu gjorde jeg det, sprang ud i det med hud og hår, men jeg kan ikke høreThe post I dag sagde jeg nej til et godt jobtilbud og betalte 20.000 kr. for en...
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Learning to Relinquish Expectations

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Expectations; or what I like to call seeds of unhappiness, I believe are the root cause of an overwhelming amount of dissatisfaction within our society. These seeds can be found in friendships, relationships, work or even just small day-to-day experiences. By surrounding ourselves with expectations, we remove the opportunity to be completely and totally happy with the present moment and what we’ve been given. A...
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After The Dust Settles

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After Burning Man this year I was inspired to make an infographic just for fun. We all have different skill sets we can gift to the community, and mine is most definitely infographic making.
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Chef Provisioning on the Rackspace Public Cloud

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Many companies use configuration management tools to manage their cloud servers and other cloud infrastructure. But some configuration management tools are now also enabling users… The post Chef Provisioning on the Rackspace Public Cloud appeared first on Dreaming in DevOps.
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Lenses

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Everything you see and do creates and modifies a permanent lens thru which you view everything past, present, and future. In addition to that, hopefully you are intentionally observing and updating the way you view yourself. everyone has a youtube video or photo that someone showed them that they really wish they could un-see. unfortunately, it is forever part of your view. There are some more...
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5 Things You’ve Never Considered About Being a Flight Attendant

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Being a Flight Attendant has it’s ups and downs and although it’s usually perceived as being an easy or glamorous job, having an office in the sky offers a unique and stressful working environment. Here are five things that you’ve probably never considered about being a Flight Attendant:  1. You’re the Main Attraction! For the Duration of the Flight I’ll never forget my first flight to...
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Mexico revisited Part 2: Overview

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Guanajuato Before i jump into mexico city, here are are a few other city views.  San Miguel De Allende Queretaro: i didn't get a good overview shot here, so photo  credit:  https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/8/81/Acueductos_Ciudad_de_Quer%C3%A9taro_M%C3%A9xico.jpg Guadalajara Guadalajara Now, onto Mexico City. You can just call it Mexico according to the sign; I suppose it's the same as saying i live in new york. prior to my last trip,...
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Czech Yourself Before You Wreck Yourself

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Traveling the world is not always sunshine and rainbows. Prague is an incredible city, but it isn't the city for me. It has a rich, yet ominous history. It's sadness is beautiful, and its weather is dreadful.In the short month that I was there, Prague was cold and rainy 80% of the time. It was such a drastic change of environment from Split, Croatia. It was...
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Finally, a vacation!

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The most irritating exclamation I hear about my participation in Remote Year is, “you’re on vacation for a year?!” It makes me want to bang my head on all the concrete walls here in Morocco. I promise you guys, I am not on vacation. I am still working with Dr. Sara and I am STILL job hunting. Confession: I took a vacation between Lisbon and Rabat....
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Quote of the Moment

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“True belonging doesn’t require us to change who we are. It requires us to be who we are.” – Brené Brown
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Remote Year Libertatem

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I applied to Remote Year twice. The first time was after I had just completed a year and a half living in London and Thailand, and I was having a mild panic attack about moving to one place, having one job and staying put for a while. So I applied before I even graduated with my MBA and never heard back. Womp. Fast forward to...
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Sequoia National Forest: Those are Some Big Ass Trees!

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   WHEN DID I GO: August 20, 2017WHY DID I GO: USA Road Trip - checking out Cali before heading home to Seattle!HOW LONG WAS I THERE: 3-4 hoursWHERE DID I STAY: Visalia KOAThe HighlightsGeneral Sherman & The Big Ass Trees! Okay, I will just say it. Sequoias are cool! I honestly don't know if I've ever experienced something like that before. To be surrounded by all these absolute...
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I am….me

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I actually quite like myself….are weallowedto say that? I mean, I haven’t always and at this point in time I’m carrying waaaay too much weight than I’m happy with (basically having too many amazing goodbye drinks and dinners with friends) but personality-wise, I’m pretty comfortable with who I am. If you had asked me if I liked myself six months ago, you would have received...
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2017 Was The Most Insane Year Of My Life

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2017 was a big. fucking. year. I uprooted my entire life to have this crazy, once in a lifetime experience traveling the world with Remote Year. I’ve boarded 60 flights, 11 ferries 5 buses and one motorcycle to travel to 18 countries and 45 cities spanning five continents (Antartica, I’m coming to you in 2018 bb). I’ve checked things off of my bucket list that I...
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And So It Begins…

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Hi Everyone!Wow this is crazy! My first official blog post on my new site! If you are currently reading this, I want to say thank you! Thank you for reading and following along as I write about my experiences of following Jesus in this crazy, awesome adventure called LIFE! Before I write about my new adventure on the Remote Year, I want to share a little about myself...
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Week 21: A [Luang Pra]Bang’in Good Time

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Week 21 of Remote Year started off with running some errands that I probably should have done before embarking on my year: getting my yellow fever vaccine. But, pro tip… it’s actually a lot cheaper when done abroad, and as a cheapskate, I always appreciate the discount. Sadie, Isaac and I got together and headed across town in search of a travel clinic to receive...
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The Best TV Idea for Politics & Election Season

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A little bit of everything Americans love: competition, proving themselves right, and making someone else uncomfortable.Continue reading on »
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