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Thailand Part 1: The North

I’ve been a terrible travel blogger for the past few weeks. I haven’t even been busy, I’ve just been “living hard,” as I like to say. Exploring as much as possible, relaxing when it’s time to take a break, and moving around a lot. After my magical trip to Myanmar, I made my way to Thailand, […]

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Myanmar Part 3: the Shan State

If you haven’t read them yet, part one is here, and part two is here. We arrived in Pyin Oo Lwin early in the morning. I was tired from a semi-sleepless journey on the night bus, but we decided to hit the ground running after an incredible breakfast and my first non-instant coffee in weeks. Pyin Oo […]

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Myanmar Part 2: Inle Lake

If you haven’t read part one, you can do that here. After five days in Bagan, it was time to move on, so on my last day I grabbed a night bus heading east and arrived in Kalaw at 2:45 in the morning. Stepping off the bus, I felt truly cold for the first time […]

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Myanmar Part 1: Yangon and Bagan

The beginning of this adventure. I left Omaha early on February 1. A winter storm almost kept me there for a few more days, but with a change of flights, I was off to Houston to Tokyo and to Bangkok after saying what was easily the toughest goodbye of my life to Alex at the airport. […]

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2015

Last year, I did my first annual year in review in this style. Maybe it’s self-serving, but I love looking back on these things and seeing how I have (or haven’t) grown in the past year. 2015 was a little less eventful than 2014 for me. Maybe because I’m getting old and realized I need […]

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Brooklyn (Mostly)

Alex and I took a mostly unplanned trip to NYC earlier this month. I found cheap flights to New York because I tend to spend an absurd amount of my free time reading about flight deals, so we decided to make a trip of it. We spent the weekend running around Brooklyn and Manhattan with Hannah, […]

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West Virginia

My dear friend, Lauren, has been living and working on a farm in West Virginia for a little over a year. Her life there, for the most part, had been a bit of a mystery until I finally went to visit her in October. The closest I’d been to West Virginia before this trip was to Washington […]

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The Northwest

Last month, Alex and I spent a week working remote in Portland and Seattle and then headed to Alex’s family’s lake house in Idaho for a few days of R&R. Up until a few years ago, I hadn’t spent any time in the Northwest. A trip to Sasquatch Music Festival after graduating from college got me a couple days in Seattle […]

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The Good Living Tour

A few weeks ago, I embarked on a seven day journey throughout Nebraska with four other journalists from Hear Nebraska. We visited nine communities in all over the span of ten days (I was there for the first seven). We spent our days driving, hanging posters, and telling stories about each of the communities we visited. […]

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SXSW 2015

Last month I spent a few days running around downtown Austin for my third SXSW shooting photos for Hear Nebraska. Like every year, it was an exhausting, amazing, adrenaline-filled few days. I spent this year with a kickass crew documenting the entire weekend through photos and reviews. It was (and always is) so cool to […]

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