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The Wanderlust Tag

The Wanderlust Tag

I love tag posts, so I thought it would be fun to do one! What was the last country you visited? Ireland… catching a connecting flight How many countries have you visited? I need to count them up. I have serious wanderlust but haven’t actually been to THAT many...
Broken Bones and Life Lessons – Surviving Laos

Broken Bones and Life Lessons – Surviving Laos

“The silence was deafening and seemed to last for ages. Then came the immense pain. It wracked our bodies from within, vibrating in huge waves. Almost as if we were a chorus, the gasping began as the wind that was knocked out of our lungs rushed back in at the exact same moment. Six gaping mouths groaned back to life as we realized we had been in an accident. Being in the back of the truck bed of the mini tuk tuk, we never saw it coming.”

-Chelsea & Kinsey

Toronto to Oahu to Sydney to Singapore – Education for a Lifetime

Toronto to Oahu to Sydney to Singapore – Education for a Lifetime

“Knowing almost nothing about Australia, I booked a flight from Toronto to Oahu, Oahu to Sydney and a flight out of Melbourne to Singapore on a whim. If I had all of this time, and was going to the other side of the planet, there was no point in being cooped up in a plane the whole time! I felt compelled to see all that I could – when else would I ever do this again?”

-Rachael Matheson Dagonas
From Survive to Thrive – Healing a Broken Heart in Nepal

From Survive to Thrive – Healing a Broken Heart in Nepal

“It would be years later when I realized I wasn’t just going to survive, I was going to thrive. Just as the break up was an acute breaking of heart and spirit, this realization was an acute moment of clarity and empowerment. It was the moment I saw the words: “I’m sorry” pop up on Facebook and my heart didn’t flutter, my heart didn’t even care. Why? Not JUST because I had grown, moved on, changed my dream, served other people, hugged animals, leaned into God, survived that mess but also because I had just got back from Everest.”

-Nora Livingstone
When Things Go Wrong – How I Kept My Head Straight in Bali

When Things Go Wrong – How I Kept My Head Straight in Bali

“Not only did we have very little money, it now looked as though we might go hungry.

At this point we could have gone into panic mode. With no idea how far the power outage spread and how long it was going to last, our situation was looking dire. Were we going to be able to get to the airport later? We had no idea.”

– Ashlea Wheeler

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