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How I turned #travel into a paying gig all with a little #LinkedIn stalking... Listen on the A Broad, Abroad #podcast

Friends! I’M ON ITUNES. And thankfully, for you, I’m not singing. I recently had the pleasure of chatting with my friend Mariza during an episode......
  • Claudia Tavani
    Claudia Tavani 2 days ago
    I suspected, but - shame on me - didn't remember the name! :) I have a similar picture actually!!
  • Jessica Janoski
    Jessica Janoski 2 days ago
    Claudia, this was actually from Bolivia in the Eduardo Avaroa Natl Park near Uyuni and the salt flats... It's very similar to Atacama though!!
  • Claudia Tavani
    Claudia Tavani 3 days ago
    Did you take the front picture at the geysers near Atacama (Tatio)?
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    Beach Bumming in Los Angeles

    I spent a week hanging out with friends in LA. LA is the ultimate lala land, where everything is so glamourous and chick and artificial. I love LA. I go there every......
  • Barb @ Jet-Settera
    Barb @ Jet-Settera 2 days ago
    Thanks for the comment. :-)
  • Julian Sirian
    Julian Sirian 3 days ago
    Good photos…not slightly jealous at all;-)

    Thanks for posting
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    Outward Bound Costa Rica - A Different Type of Adventure Program

    We've always known that Costa Rica is one of the top adventure destinations in the world, you can find all kinds of adventure perfect for every traveler whether they......
  • Mytanfeet
    Mytanfeet 2 days ago
    John - they actually have outward all over the world, especially in Asia. Their network is quite extensive! Jenn - thanks, it was refreshing to take a different approach to adventure than the conventional "this is fun"
  • Jenn Malka - Travel
    Jenn Malka - Travel 3 days ago
    Awesome post guys, we found Vietnam was also a great place for some adventure. We did some canyoning that was so much fun!

    Love the post :)
  • John McGowan
    John McGowan 3 days ago
    Great post! I've always planned on doing Outward Bound. Ever since hearing the stories my parents have about when they did it, it has been on my to do list. I never realized it was outside of the U.S. As well though! I'm going to have to look into this.
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    Super self confidence

      5 Tips for Super self confidence I am in a very fortunate position in that I meet a lot of clients from different walks of life with many varying stories. I am......
  • UNWRAPPING ROMANCE
    UNWRAPPING ROMANCE 2 days ago
    As always, Mandy, great advice. Thank you. xo
  • Julian Sirian
    Julian Sirian 3 days ago
    Great post, and I also believe that self-confidence comes from healthy self-esteem. If you increase your self-esteem, you increase your self-confidence, but you do need to study yourself to do that (at least initially). Thanks for posting
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    How to Sleep in an Airport

    The blaring lights burned my retinas, making me feel like I was at a hospital. I shivered, digging my hands into my armpits for warmth. My teeth chattered softly against......
  • Monica Gray
    Monica Gray 2 days ago
    Thank you, Claudia! Haha! Those journeys, while tough, always make for some good stories. :D
  • Claudia Tavani
    Claudia Tavani 3 days ago
    Ha! Interesting read. I have just published a guest post for Flights and Frustration, where I rant about my 48 hours journey back home. Good to share yours!
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    5 Tips to Help You Write Out of Your Comfort Zone

    Most people function within their comfort zones for most of their lives. Just like in real life, authors too often get stuck within their comfort zones. They might......
  • e-Books India
    e-Books India 1 day ago
    Hi Julian, really glad you liked the article and thanks for sharing your experiences. Congratulations for writing such a successful blog post and well done for taking the risk. Amazing what can happen when we do. Thanks for commenting.
  • Julian Sirian
    Julian Sirian 1 day ago
    I completely agree with point 2...that is what got me writing (what is currently to date) one of the most read blog posts I have ever written.

    Took me a lot of nerve and courage, but the responses have been amazing. I now try to be as honest as I can, so that other readers can relate to me.

    Thanks for posting
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    Saturday's Affirmation

    Listen to your body. Often we get caught up in what we think we should be doing that we forget to just listen to what we actually want. Today my body wanted a few......
  • Amy
    Amy 1 day ago
    I'm a little confused Julian - what do you mean, "To be fair, being emotional helps re-train your subconscious". I don't think I mentioned being emotional that's why I'm confused
  • Julian Sirian
    Julian Sirian 1 day ago
    To be fair, being emotional helps re-train your subconscious, so it is easier to train yourself to eat healthy food and do exercise and have fun doing it, by feeling rather than a chore.

    Thanks for posting
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    Friday's Affirmation

    While speaking with one of my clients the other day we got to talking about how you travel through life maintaining your inner strength and your inner peace. In reality......
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  • Amy
    Amy 9 hours ago
    I agree Neetika - I'm so happy my post served you. It's true..I agree you need to set clear intentions and then we are all fully supported by Source to obtain what it is we desire. We are consistently guided, it's just a matter of paying attention!
  • Amy
    Amy 9 hours ago
    Absolutely Julian...Amen! I'm glad you enjoyed my post.
  • neetika
    neetika 2 days ago
    Super post. I believe that there is a higher power, who steps in once you have exercised your free will. I read a book called the 'Power of Intention' which talks about how the first step to achieving anything is to have a clear intention of moving in that direction. Then we need to take regular action while the higher power takes over the 'how's'.
  • Julian Sirian
    Julian Sirian 3 days ago
    Great post, and I agree that once you believe you have a higher power working for you, peace of mind comes almost naturally. Thanks for posting
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    Visible Growth

    "I'm not telling you it's going to be easy, I'm telling you it's going to be worth it." Last July our family went on vacation through the Midwest.  One of our stops......
  • Vicki Davis
    Vicki Davis 1 day ago
    I have a post, Ben that is going live tomorrow that will link back to this one!
  • Vicki Davis
    Vicki Davis 1 day ago
    I love this post! You've applied a principle that I call the "mudpuddle principle." That is, when you hope your students or kids will try something new, put it nearby. Nothing else, just nearby. The mudpuddle principle is like a 10 year old boy standing beside a mudpuddle. It is pretty much irresistable! Just being near it makes it happen. You did that by throwing the glove and ball in the car. I've read that just making something 6 seconds more accessible makes it more likely to be used!
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    The Weekly Postcard: La Tigre, Argentina

    Visiting La Tigre was an ad-hoc decision. After a week in Buenos Aires, we were planning to go to the beautiful city of Bariloche, one of most scenic areas in the......
  • Anda Galffy
    Anda Galffy 1 day ago
    I agree, it's one of those less known places in Argentine, which in fact is so easy to reach.
  • Claudia Tavani
    Claudia Tavani 1 day ago
    Must share this - i have been to Argentina twice, and visited El Tigre. It was so nice, and people should know about it!
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    A Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious Romance

    Julie Andrews, our favourite nanny and step-mother,  was born in Surrey, England on October 1, 1935. Her parents were both vaudeville entertainers and Julie entered......
  • Sharon McGregor
    Sharon McGregor 3 days ago
    Thanks Jina. I've always loved her too. She has so much class.
  • Jina Bacarr
    Jina Bacarr 3 days ago
    A charming post...and brings a new light to one of my favorites, Julie Andrews.
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    Friday Feast ~ Peanut Butter Bird Feeder Cakes

    Baby Hummingbirds I thought I would do something different for my Friday Feast post, so I hope you won't mind. There is a lot of activity in my backyard. Sparrows have......
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  • Mary Morgan
    Mary Morgan 3 days ago
    You're welcome, Kim!
  • Kim Headlee
    Kim Headlee 4 days ago
    Oh! Thank you for the reminder to get my hummingbird feeder up! :)
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    6 Innovative Ways of Growing Your Email List

    Marketers pay thousands of dollars to reach out to targeted audiences that match their every specification. Audiences that not only are interested in your product or......
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    All Websites Are Not Created Equal: How to choose the best option for you! by @wpforte

    Starting your own business is not easy. Trust me, I get it. For starters (no pun intended!), you must focus on essential aspects, such as handling legal paperwork and......
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    TheWisdomTree film, a mind-warping sci-fi, spiritual featured in @Oregonian opens April 24 in Portland Don't miss!

    "The Wisdom Tree" is an earnest attempt to combine Eastern mysticism and Western science. It's an equally earnest attempt to combine a mind-warping sci-fi thriller, a......
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