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You’ve got to keep moving

Early this year I experimented with going through multiple countries over a 22 day stretch. It was exhausting so much so that I began questioning the real motive behind my world domination (visit a 100 countries in the world before I turn 50…) strategy.  Honestly, I couldn’t answer it back then. And I still can’t. […]

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personal growth Random Thoughts

You’ve got to keep moving

Early this year I experimented with going through multiple countries over a 22 day stretch. It was exhausting so much so that I began questioning the real motive behind my world domination (visit a 100 countries in the world before I turn 50…) strategy.  Honestly, I couldn’t answer it back then. And I still can’t. […]

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The right and wrong way to travel

A quick search with the headline above will fetch you 1,320,000,000 results. I’m amazed how wanderlusts are get into the minuscule details of traveling just right. I guess that’s what passionate people do. There’s another bunch of folks who’re into lifestyle design or just want to break free from the daily mundane with alternative ideas […]

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Feeling homesick

I love to travel but also quite reluctant to do so. Pushing myself out of my comfort zone isn’t one of them. At least that’s how I’d like to put it considering all the ‘getting out of my comfort zone’ I do all day and everyday. Right? Not quite. I think I’ve come to a […]

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Combating post-travel fatigue

At the end of a grueling 2-week business/personal trip, I think I’m half dead. At least that’s how I felt when I finally reached home at 5 this morning. Since I really don’t have time for all the drama that comes with travel (fatigue) I decided to try something different. Cancel all my appointments (just […]

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Travel, realistically

That’s been a dream for me, honestly. I make grand plans each time I have to go out of town. And almost everytime I end up accomplishing a mere 10% of what I had anticipated (I’m not talking about work). Too bad for someone who is so pedantic about productivity and efficiency. My schedule had […]