Archive of ‘Travel Adventure & Outdoors’ category

the fear of being average (yeah, you’ve got it too, right?)


You know that thing we do when we compare ourselves to others until it hurts? It’s totally normal. In fact, one of the most common causes of suffering in us humans is the fear of being average…the desire to see ourselves as “above average” (a different way of saying we want to see ourselves as […]

12 Essential Questions to Review Your Year and Learn How to Make The Next One Your Best Year Yet!


A lot of people ask me what I do for the New Year since resolutions seem to resonate less and less with how people wanted to enter into this important transition. After all, more resolutions are broken than kept, and that doesn’t feel like a way to enter the New Year with integrity. With the […]

7 signs you’re at risk of living a boring life – and how to prevent boredom now


I grew up as an only child – and even though I grew up with 9 boys (my “cousins”) that taught me how to share and how to play tough, and who made me always play Princess Leia when I really wanted to play Darth Vader (no one else wanted to play a girl), there […]

How to Travel on a Budget like a Bad-Ass – Freedom Junkie Tips for How to Live a Life of Fun, Passion, and Freedom Without Going Broke

How to Travel like a Badass on a Budget

I’ve traveled a LOT. I’ve filled two passports in my lifetime so far (I’m 38), and one even had extra pages, which I’m really proud of;) In fact, the first passport I filled was when I was making less than $14,000 a year. It might have even been less than $11,000 a year but I’d […]

12 Things More Important Than Being in the Best Shape of Your Life


You know when people are about to turn 30, or 40 (or 50 for that matter), and they say, “This year, I want to be in the best shape of my life!”? I know I said it when I was turning 30… What is that about, anyway? It seems like many people with that goal […]

Freedom Junkie Tips for How to Stay Healthy On the Road

All set an ready to go

The secret of your future is hidden in your daily routine. ~ Mike Murdock If you’ve been reading my previous blog posts, you may know that when I returned from over two months in Africa this past winter, I felt – well – gross. I felt soft and squishy, low-energy, bloated, stopped up, and quite […]

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