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Sichuan – China

It’s rare that I meet people who travel to China, or much less want to travel to places in China outside of Shanghai or Bangkok or Hong Kong. It’s one of those places that just feels so different that it’s hard to imagine what it might be like to visit. Even as a person who […]

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Land of the Long White Cloud

Alex and I spent the first two months of 2017 on the other side of the world. We boarded a plane on New Year’s Eve and landed in Melbourne on January 2 where we welcomed summer weather and a much-needed break from American politics. We had been in New Zealand and Australia just two years […]

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In October, Alex and I flew to Maine for a few days of autumnal bliss before I spent a week at a filmmaking workshop in Rockland. I had never been to Maine before this trip, and it’s one of the loveliest states I’ve had the pleasure of visiting. We started with a day in Portland, […]

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In July I took off for a couple of weeks for a little work-cation making my way west and north. I spent the Fourth with dear friends in Denver and pretended to be a local working in coffee shops and eating good food in Seattle. I rounded out the trip by taking the Greyhound to […]

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Southwest Road Trip

After two months exploring New Zealand and China in the beginning of 2017, Alex and I figured we ought to give our home country a little bit of exploration before it was time for Alex to start a new job in April. We had been talking about doing a two or three-week long US road […]

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2016 was tumultuous for a lot of reasons (cough, politics), but personally, it was maybe the best year I’ve spent on this earth. I quit my full-time job, flew alone to the other side of the world, and spent three of the most glorious and hardest months of my life backpacking in Southeast Asia. I […]

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