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Dating & Travel: How to find Travel Bae for your next Baecation!


Panama City Beach

"Never Let a fool kiss you or a kiss fool you!"


For the past 3 years,  I've been living out of a suit case. It's difficult to find and cultivate a relationship when your only in town for a few months.  Solo travel has been amaze-balls! I love the freedom to do what I want, when I want. However,  after a year on the go I began to wonder what it would be like to plan a baecation, have someone carry my bags, have a personal photographer,  someone to open the uber door, and rub my ass on the beach!

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9 days in Costa Rica

Arenal Volcano 


Costa Rica is such a fascinating destination in Central America, and I knew that I simply had to experience as much of it as I could during a recent stay.  I chose to stop in four different areas of the country, which were La Fortuna, Monteverde, San Jose, and Puerto Viejo.

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Solo Traveler: Fear to Fearless

“I learned that courage was not the absence of fear, but the triumph over it. The brave man is not he who does not feel afraid, but he who conquers that fear.”




As I soar thousands of miles in the sky, I'm wondering if this is a good idea. Frolicking through the streets of Old San Juan in Puerto Rico or Jungle trekking throughout the beautiful island of Dominica...Alone! Maybe, maybe not!?! But at this point, there's no turning back! Am I afraid? A little! But that's what courage is about, charging your fears like a bull! Fear is a natural emotion but it's unnatural to allow an emotion to control your life.

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Travel Scientist: Hawaii











             
In 2015 I quit my 9-5 job, gave all my"stuff" away, and moved to Hawaii! I was fed up with the rat race and was in despite need to run free! The Universe gifted me with a contract job in Molokai, Hawaii over 4,500 miles away!


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Reclaim Your Life: 4 Lessons Learned When Life doesn't go as Expected!


"In order to strive for a remarkable life,
you have to decide that you want one."
-Debbie Millman 







































As I hiked 1,048 stairs to the top of KoKo Head aka  Koko Crater (above) on the east side of Oahu, I reflected on life events that lead me to Hawaii.
I was at a crossroads! 

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