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From human rights lawyer to travel blogger: How Cuba changed my life

I frequently talk about living your life on your own terms in this blog. I am a firm believer that we have one life to live, and it’s up to us to make it good. I also understand the pull of society – all those societal expectations can be difficult to buck, and it’s rarely […]

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How do travel bloggers support themselves when they are old and gray?

I came upon an interesting post today – one that made me think. Okay, I get how full-time travellers support themselves. They get sponsorships, volunteer in exchange for accommodation, they teach English, work odd jobs, travel slowly, they sell photography and ebooks, make a bit of money freelancing or from their blog… but for those […]

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Travel blogging internship for teenagers

I’m excited to help our fellow educators and travelers at Wandering Educators announce a new program they’re launching. I’ll let them tell you all about it… Do you know any teens that love to write? Teenagers that are looking to build skills that will transfer into career opportunities in the travel, blogging, and corporate industries? […]

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