Archive Monthly Archives: August 2019

digitally, from Vancouver

Last night I went to bed much later than my typical 9:30pm time. I then woke up an hour earlier than my typical wake up time of 6:00am. I was ready to go. I had my list ready of things I needed to get done before we were off to the airport. Our Nexus cards […]

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Getting out of the rat race.

Last night, Bumblebae and I played a boardgame called Cashflow by Robert Kiyosaki. He bought this game off someone from Kijiji. I was not interested whatsoever in wanting to learn how to play the game but Bumblebae was insistent. He was so pumped being able to find the game because he is so interested in […]

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what type of traveler are you?

Life is meant for good friends and great adventures no one in particular I’ve worked long enough at my current job where I now get 5 weeks of vacation. (Now that I’m working a .2EFT, this is a different story). Every few months I would take a week off to just get away from my […]

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Vagabonding Minimalist

The other day I came home to yet another gift. As I walked towards my computer in the living room to work on my blog, I saw a book I didn’t recognize on the coffee table. The book was, Vagabonding: An Uncommon Guide to the Art of Long-Term World Travel by Rolf Potts and Timothy […]

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free stuff at work makes things better.

I just realized that I was excited to go to work today, even if it is the weekend. But, I’m dreading going into work tomorrow.  What’s the difference?  Yesterday, I snagged a free ice cream sandwich and a burger and chips and I knew I was going to get more free stuff today.  I was right.  I got a coffee […]

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is the struggle really real?

I’m having a first world, privileged dilemma; hey, a girl is allowed to be dramatic from time to time. Cut me some slack. I’ve been trying to weigh the pros and cons between short and long term workacation planning and its stressing me the eff out. But is this all so serious? Is this even […]

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dreading going to work.

I’m at the point where the morning I wake up to go to work, I’m already dreading the day. Each step I take walking to work is heavy. Entering the doors of the facility pains me. Seeing some of the faces at work and hearing their voices is like nails on a chalkboard. I suppose […]

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