Weekly Reblog #21: Be a Morning Person

  Be a Morning Person | Liberated Traveler “I understand that very few individuals out there are morning people.  Even if that is the case, I urge you to become one on your travels.  When I recount my favorite travel… Continue Reading →

My Top 5 Travel Regrets

There’s no other way to put it.  I love my life now and have no intention of giving it up anytime in the foreseeable future, and it will only get better come October.  Still, there are certainly some things I… Continue Reading →

Weeky Reblog #10: Destination: Unknown

Destination: Unknown | Virgo Confessions “I just want to go home. I want a place where I can call my home, but somehow after traveling the world and living on my own for so long, I’ve realized that I have… Continue Reading →

Weekly Reblog #7: Hobo Code of Ethics

Hobo Code of Ethics | The Struggling Writer Today’s Myths, folklore & symbolism post over at Julie K. Rose’s blog featured a symbol from the “US system of hobo signs”. I had no idea there was such a system, so… Continue Reading →

Weekly Photo Challenge: Mine

So that big blue thing under my feet? It’s my travel backpack and it (along with my Macbook and maybe my first iPhone) is one of the best purchases I think I have ever made. Sure, it may have sat… Continue Reading →

Weekly Photo Challenge: Solitary

The things we do out of boredom.  It’s why this picture was taken.  It’s a part of why I began this blog.  And it’s why I ended up on the other side of the world. In the issuance of the… Continue Reading →

Weekly Photo Challenge: Free Spirit

Amidst the perpetual grass flatlands and unmarked, unused roads crisscrossing central Illinois stands the unremarkable town of Kempton.  The blue grain silos are the largest structures for miles in any direction.  Its population is lucky to scratch 200 people. What… Continue Reading →

Annoying Things in Thailand

So it’s not all tropical beaches and mountaintop temples.  Just mostly. Of course every place on Earth has its downsides.  These are the ones I’ve really taken note of since being in Thailand. My Top Three Water This is the… Continue Reading →

Beer in Thailand

This is not a country for beer drinkers. Most places around the country, discounting foreign-run/oriented establishments, only have a selection ranging of 7 or so kinds of beer, if that. There are the Thai national beers; Leo, Singha, and Chang…. Continue Reading →

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