Cancer, death, depression, and no travel: my 2018, in review
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Cancer, death, depression, and no travel: my 2018, in review

2018 was not my favorite year. TLDR: Don’t expect new posts until February, and I have some exciting things coming up! The US is still drifting towards a fascist, pro-white ethnostate regime and at a national level is fueling the…

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5 simple ways to be a more socially aware traveler
Travel

5 simple ways to be a more socially aware traveler

This post is for all of us trying to improve ourselves. Trying to be more open minded, more aware, and more mindful of our space in the world. Especially as travelers, where we’re constantly interacting with different people, it can…

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The stories of 12 countries most vulnerable to climate change
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The stories of 12 countries most vulnerable to climate change

The US is one of the countries that will be least vulnerable to climate change, even though in 2015 we were the country with the second highest carbon emissions. I mean, it will still be terrible here, but relative to…

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Why you shouldn’t just be an “eco-friendly traveler”
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Why you shouldn’t just be an “eco-friendly traveler”

Traveling is not eco-friendly. Looking at the data, flying one less trans-Atlantic flight a year is the third most powerful thing you can do to reduce your individual level of carbon emissions. Or second, depending on how you look at…

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Happy travel pictures: ugly photos of my best travel memories
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Happy travel pictures: ugly photos of my best travel memories

A picture can tell 1000 words, but sometimes none of them are actually how you felt during the picture. Last year, I shared some of my most instagrammamble moments, and why they all have some pretty terrible memories (see here).…

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