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I had an extremely lucky start to life.  I was born without any major physical or mental disabilities. I was born into a stable family environment, raised in an average middle-class American household, and I graduated from high school with flying colors.  So when I approached my parents about going to Morocco after graduation, they bothContinue reading

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Before we continue, I’d just like to encourage you to give up.  Abandon ship.  This was my hardest move yet AND I’M STILL struggling to adjust to my new home for more reasons than one.  I wanted to focus on the realities that come with a major move to London and remove the romanticism thatContinue reading

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Sometimes I get “Travelers Block” while planning an EPIC backpacking tour.  It’s a lot like “writers block,” but it happens when I get overwhelmed with how many places I want to go to and can’t decide where to start and where to end.  To plan or not to plan?  That is the question!  My most epic backpackingContinue reading

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One question that REALLY grinds my gears is “How can you afford to travel the world?”  I’ve been accused of being a trust-fund baby, but if you could see my bank account information, you’d know that wasn’t true.  So how do I, and many other travel bloggers, afford to see the corners of the earth?Continue reading

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To save money you need to invest money in durable, long lasting equipment; especially as a travel blogger.  But you should haven’t to deal out a TON of cash immediately; I think Amazon should set up a “Travel Starter Kit,” because when you’re on the road constantly, you don’t have the savings or the luxury ofContinue reading

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