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Travel Link Roundup – 7/25/14

Greetings from rainy Ketchikan! I’m back up in Alaska after a whirlwind month at home (including the World Domination Summit). I’m looking forward to a relaxing weekend. Take a break from work with these must-read travel goodies: ———– “Here is a surprise corndog I bought you because you are my friend.” ———– Who else loves […]

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27 Inspirational Projects & Quotes from WDS 2014

If you’re subscribed to my newsletter (you are, right?!), you’ll know I recently attended the World Domination Summit (WDS) in Portland, Oregon. This amazing conference is spearheaded by Chris Guillebeau, who traveled to every single country in the world (before the age of 35!) and wrote The Art of Non-Conformity (one of my favorite books ever). WDS is based on three […]

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Meet the Adorable Snow Monkeys of Japan

Baby snow monkey Japan

We crunched up the snowy path. It was freezing outside; we could see our breath and barely feel our toes. But we knew something magical awaited us at the top, so we kept going. Then, we saw one. It darted across our path to go prostrate itself on a heating pipe. It was small, greyish […]

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The Secret to Skipping Lines at the Airport

Global Entry + TSA Precheck card

Waiting in lines is a part of travel. It sucks, but there’s nothing you can do about it — most of the time. If you’re an American citizen or resident who’s sick of waiting in line at domestic airports, I’ve got the perfect solution for you. Global Entry. Thanks to its participation with TSA Precheck, […]

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Travel Link Roundup – 5/30/14

Happy weekend! Here are your links: ———– Which New Zealand island is better? (This post from A Dangerous Business was super helpful in planning my upcoming trip!) ———– Sugar is evil — and it’s shocking how much “healthy” food it’s lurking in. Here’s a list of yogurts that have more sugar than a Twinkie. ———– Nomadic […]

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Getting My Mind Blown in Las Vegas

I still remember the first time I heard of Cirque du Soleil. I was probably 12 years old, and I was sitting in the kitchen with my mom. I was doing homework while she cooked and watched TV. Usually, she was watching something boring, like the news or a gardening show. But this was different. […]

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