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She escaped New York — though it does call her back occasionally. After a lovely childhood in Albany and four years studying and working in Brooklyn, She called quits on conventional and bought a one way ticket out of the country. She since celebrated her one-year, two-year, and three-year traveler series and with no end date in sight, she still feels like she is on the ride of her life.

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Earning abroad: teaching English online from anywhere with vipkid
Welcome back to Earning Abroad! In this series I'll introduce you to some inspiring and ambitious travelers - wanderers who have found viable work away from their home countries.
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Total travel disasters: bed and breakfast meltdown edition
Since you guys seemed to love hearing about my Florida camper van travel disaster so much, I thought, what the heck - let's make this a series! Because heaven knows that ten years after I left on my first big solo travel adventure, I still manage to find myself entangled in a couple complete travel meltdowns per year. And I've found that one of the greatest gifts blogging has brought me is the simple catharsis of writing through something that was stressful, scary, upsetting or otherwise a just plain disaster.
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A guide to Martha's Vineyard's real life gingerbread houses in Oak Bluffs
The time has finally come to catch up on my black hole of content from August of 2016 to April of 2017! I can't wait to turn my detailed notes and journals into blog posts from Canada, the United Kingdom, Hawaii, Thailand and Bali! But first, my final stop in the continental US, Martha's Vineyard.
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Eight sunny memories from two weeks in Los Angeles
Those of you who have been reading my blog for a while know that my relationship with the City of Angels has been a slow burn. I was pretty unenthused when my dad first relocated there, finding the city to be spread out, stressful, grimy and quite frankly charmless upon my first visit. Then I came back again. And again. And again. And again!
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