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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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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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Week 22 Recap: Muah a Praha

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 After such a long week traveling, I was so happy to be home. Well, as close to home as I could possibly feel. This week was the first time I ventured out (since I had left almost immediately to a bunch of other countries). I really enjoyed this week. I:Went to our workspace, K10. A former Danish embassy, it was an impressive building. Unfortunately, I...
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Clonbrock Castle . . . . . #castle #ireland #trip #explore…

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Clonbrock Castle . . . . . #castle #ireland #trip #explore #country #adventure #wanderlust #vacation (at Clonbrock Castle)https://www.instagram.com/p/BoOSbGggv5s/?utm_source=ig_tumblr_share&igshid=1h9nib0aeey30
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Treat yo self spa day at the Turkish baths in #Budapest…

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Treat yo self spa day at the Turkish baths in #Budapest . . . . . #hungary #turkish #bath #spa #pool #remoteyear #digitalnomad #body #swimming #travel #travelgram #europe #wanderlust (at Rudas Baths)
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Yoga for Strong, Toned Glutes {Video}

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Cheers to glute muscles! These three major muscles not only look super sexy, but strong glutes can help you avoid future injury. They're one of the key areas to focus on if you want to enjoy a safe yoga and fitness experience. Now that's sexy! Before we dive into today's video on yoga for strong glutes, let's first chat about why is it so important. There...
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Week 37: When It’s Raining Every Day, You Know You’re in Kuala Lumpur

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After a relatively pain-free 24-hour flight, I found myself catching an Uber to my hotel in Kuala Lumpur. Within ten minutes, the sky went from smoggy, hazy sunshine to straight up downpour. My driver expertly navigated the now-rivers while I smiled to myself: ah, Asia! The last leg of this crazy adventure had arrived… Taking off the Training Wheels I opted out of Remote Year...
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Go Slow

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Spent my days in Caye Caulker abiding by the motto of the island – Go Slow.   Although there is a sign on the main road that follows with “but keep moving” which I also like.   Caye Caulker is just three roads – front, middle and back which a bunch of laneways running in between, makes for a good commute.  The main industry is tourism (followed...
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Fisherman at work in #lisbon ???? . . . . . #portugal #fisherman…

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Fisherman at work in #lisbon 🎣 . . . . . #portugal #fisherman #fishing #ocean #sea #sky #clouds #digitalnomad #remoteyear #travel #travelgram #wanderlust (at Cais Do Sodre - Lisboa)
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Remote Year: Photos of the Week, Split, Croatia Week 1

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This post may contain affiliate links. Read my Disclosure statement. The premise behind Remote Year is to keep your job and see the world with a group of like-minded travellers. Each month we move from one country to another, exploring ourselves and our world along the way. As a food & travel photographer, the photo opportunities are endless. As are the learning opportunities. After a...
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7 thoughts after 7 days: Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

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The. Last. Month.So the “year” part of Remote Year is a real thing. It’s only a year. Just 12 months. 365(ish) days.As real as it is, it feels surreal as hell.I don’t believe it.I don’t believe we’re here, in Vietnam, together (for the most part), doing things together for the last time. We’re planning things for after this ends and even just typing that out makes me feel like...
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Remote Year: Photos of the Week, Split, Croatia Week 2 and 3

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This post may contain affiliate links. Read my Disclosure statement. One of the many great perks about travelling the world with Remote Year is the ability to deep-dive into the local cultures we visit. As one of our track leaders said, we are travellers, not tourists. And the distinction is real. Spending a month in each location, with curated experiences, means we have more time and ability...
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