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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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I am Ana (Part 1 of 3)

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Part 1:There will never be enough time to do everything you love. When you truly love something (or someone) and you do not have it/him/her, the mind, body, and soul discard their individual wants and collectively rebel to ignite an insatiable hunger. Every single day I think about how to craft my next post. I expected that finding the time to maintain this blog would be...
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Why Vote?

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I never knew how patriotic I was about Canada until I lived abroad. There’s just something about defending your country to a table of Americans in Viet Nam that will do that for you. But I also never knew how fortunate I was to be from Canada until I experienced firsthand the appalling, every day realities in other countries. Across the globe I saw degrees...
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HOTEL MOUSAI | PUERTO VALLARTA

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I recently scored an incredible Travelzoo deal and took a spur of the moment long weekend trip to Puerto Vallarta. It took me about 26 minutes after looking at the promo to decide I just had to go. A  new hotel slightly south of the Old Town of Puerto Vallarta was having an off season sale. Basically a room that would typically run $800+ was...
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Mexico revisited Part 1: Prior context

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There are many ways that people view Mexico: from the border, to the beach, to Mayans, or to the Mexican immigrants in the states. Some people may even be foolish enough to believe the words coming out of donald trump's mouth. I have been privileged to visit mexico 3 times over the past year or so, and i had a certain perspective of my own that...
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Summer’s Last Stand

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Music and I are not-so-secret lovers. As a birthday gift, I spent Saturday of Labor Day weekend at North Coast Music Festival with a festive group of amigos. We started off the day with obligatory flash tats: They were left over from Lollapalooza which meant the pickings were slim. Clearly, saved the best for last. First on the line-up, SILENT DISCO! This was new to me. Everyone puts...
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The Girl from Ipanema

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The Mexico Diary, Day 1: Oaxaca

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Mykonos with Mr. & Mrs. Smith

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New Copywriting Positions Available

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Hemingway Was Biased AF

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“For your information in stories about the war I try to show all the different sides of it, taking it slowly and honestly and examining it from many ways. So never think one story represents my viewpoint because it is much too complicated for that.We know war is bad. Yet sometimes it is necessary to fight. But still war is bad and any man who says...
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Via Chicago: A (Long-Winded, Self-Indulgent) Exegesis on Leaving

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We moved in, the five of us, to a second-floor apartment across the street from the Lakeview Funeral Home. It was the October after graduation. The childhood possessions we had left behind in college — the beds, the drawers, the desks, the photos — achieved a newfound relevancy here, populating our new home as ambassadors of our old ones, which were never really the same, they were hurt by...
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You got a fast car I want a ticket to anywhere -Tracy…

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You got a fast car I want a ticket to anywhere -Tracy Chapman . . . . . #panama #digitalnomad #remoteyear #song #lyrics #highway #fastcar #lights #night #city #view #sky (at Panama, Panama)
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The Vietnam Recap

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Melbourne came in like a wrecking ball. It's been a struggle to recap February's adventures in Vietnam. So much to discuss, so little juice in the tank to crank out some pithy, creative word vomit for you (and by you, I mostly mean Gail and assorted family members). Here goes! Vietnam HIGHSSapaSapa is in the north of Vietnam, here: It's about a 5-hour drive from Hanoi and...
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Day 254

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A day of work between a cafe + cafe de kelly turned into tapas + wine turned into a group potluck/viewing of the Great British Bake Off and it was kind of the perfect end to a week.
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Favorite Temples in Southeast Asia

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Kek Lok Si-Penang, Malaysia The White Temple-Chiang Rai, Thailand Beng Mealea-Siem Reap, Cambodia Grand Palace-Bangkok, Thailand The temples in Southeast Asia are truly magical.  Since I went to over 100 I thought I would share some pictures.  Filed under: Uncategorized Tagged: Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai, Kek Lok Si, Penang, Southeast Asia, Temples, The Grand […]
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BYEEE EUROPE, NICE KNOWIN’ YA

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And on November 5th we bid Europe farewell. Two continents down, one to go, and Remote Year saved the best for last.I enjoyed Europe, it's hard to not. But I think when I look back on Remote Year it will probably be my least favorite time of the year and least favorite continent. I liked Prague and am very happy I got to discover I'm...
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Remote Profile: Jessica Noele DeWitt

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JESSICA NOELE DEWITTFREELANCE DESIGNERUSA WHY DID YOU DECIDE TO COME ON REMOTE YEAR? After spending the last 29 years of my life doing all the things you are supposed to -- you know -- getting the college degree, the job in New York City, the masters degree and still not feeling like I had found my place I couldn't let another year go by. So I...
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You’re such a good little writer!

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You’re such a good little writer!
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Street food + graffiti . . . . . #bangkok #thailand #street…

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Street food + graffiti . . . . . #bangkok #thailand #street #food #graffiti #remoteyear #travel #digitalnomad #workfromanywhere #travelgram #remoments #local #latergram #wanderlust
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