Pecans, Almonds, or Cashews….

When Culture Shock Strikes…. Anyone who has lived or traveled abroad is probably well-acquainted with culture shock. Culture shock can be disorienting. Everything is different; the food, the people, the language, the cultural norms. These are all things that I expected when moving to China.

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Must Haves for Walking the Camino de Santiago

Long-distance hikes can be challenging. Having the right gear is a huge priority! Here are the items that I could not live without when I was walking the Camino de Santiago! Walking Sticks: I was amazed when I saw people walking without them–I don’t think

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As you may or may not know, I just returned from walking 200 miles/300 KM of the Camino de Santiago in Spain. It was such an amazing experience, and I cannot wait to do it again! That being said, next time I’m going to pack

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Trade Skills, Not Bills….

Digital barter for awesome people. I know how much our awesome readers have to offer, so when I heard about this–I just had to share. Please check out this guest post from Yasmine at GoTibba.   Finally. A way to keep travelling on a limited

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I am leaving for Spain in just 6 short days. I am starting to feel a little unprepared and overwhelmed! Today I packed up everything and weighed my bag. Unfortunately it weighs nearly 16 pounds even without the sleeping bag and electrical adapter that my

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