You don’t have to be a minimalist!
Back at university, I studied in Italy for a semester. Prior to departure, my professor showed my peers and I how to travel with a single, carry-on backpack for months. (Yes, months!) At the time, it seemed impossible, but now it’s my preferred way to travel. (See my previous post to know why.)
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Being in lock-down has made me, and many others, anxious to get back out exploring. So, when the time comes for another adventure, here are some tips to cut costs and avoid headaches!
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I absolutely, positively, completely, totally love music! With broad tastes, I listen to everything from classical to heavy metal. So, I thought I’d put together an eclectic, little “mix-tape” (emphasis on the “mix”) for music lovers! I hope you vibe with a song or two!
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Over the past couple weeks, I’ve been pursuing my latest business venture: a small fundraiser for grad school. I’d never sold anything online before but decided to give it a whirl. Well, folks, it has given me a whirl right back. Here’s some insight I’ve gained from my mini side hustle.
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Like for many people, my emotions have been a roller-coaster over the last few weeks.
I’ve been outraged by the disproportionate number of black Americans dying from covid-19. I’ve been outraged by the murder of George Floyd. I’ve been outraged by people like my own dentist who said, “They shouldn’t go around destroying businesses just because a cop made a mistake.” I’ve been outraged by the callousness and ignorance so deeply embedded in American society.
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Several days ago, one of the most incredible women I’ve ever had the pleasure of knowing passed away. Cindy had a sharp wit, big personality, and boundless love for those around her. Losing her was and is painful. Especially now, grieving is hard.
“What do I do?”
I’ve been imagining how Cindy would’ve answered that question.
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