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Bali: EPL'ers (Eat Pray Love), lost and suffering souls, hipsters, surfers, honeymooners, and curious nomads

“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. 1,798 more words

On coming home...

In one word: weird.

There’s a rush of everything and everyone you’ve missed being so exciting, and the urge to do everything you used to do, and the hype of getting a job and a place….then a week or two passes…then all of the sudden it becomes more apparent than ever that perhaps you have actually changed…and perhaps more frightening, the notion that it might just be more comfortable to be new in a new place than new in an old one. 609 more words

Learning

Being Stuck...

It has been some time since I have written.  Life has gotten in the way, distracting me from my joys in life.  I have forgotten how challenging it can be to be in the traditional paradigm, with so many expectations and commitments – some that really take up way too much time and energy.   1,084 more words

New Zealand: Four Seasons in One Day

Attention to all my regular readers: This post and the next few posts in the few weeks regarding New Zealand are for my Intro to Physical Geography class. 291 more words

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Yet Another Successful Move

Hey everyone!

I know I haven’t blogged the past few days, but now I’m back and have lots to chat about in the next few days. 518 more words

Jasmine McGee

Island Breeze


If a big fat genie came appeared and granted me one wish, I’d love to have an infinite vacation far away. I wouldn’t even question who or why the genie was in my presence, I’d just flow with it. 704 more words

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A Quiet Place

The other day I had an interesting conversation with my mom. Lately we’ve been having some random conversations, including the conversation about the dead man being loaded onto the ambulance a few nights ago. 644 more words

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