Travel for a Year and Save $20,000

How would you like to save $20,000 in one year by traveling?

I’ll assume all hands are in the air.  

 

Good.

 
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Put Systems In Place

In life, there are areas that call for our immediate attention each time we visit them.  Either because they are important or we enjoy these particular activities very much.

There are other areas of our lives that may be equally necessary to our survival and ability to thrive.  But we just don’t enjoy them as much or simply, they could be streamlined.

 

Put systems in place…

 
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Economies of Attention

Time and money; both are finite resources.  

But what about your attention?  You only have so much of that to spend per day as well.

 

You can only soak up so much information at any given time, on any given day.  With everything just a click away and the constant bombardment of advertising and opinion – whats next?  Watching a paid ad before viewing a snap on SnapChat? – how do you make sense of it all?  Most importantly, how do you prioritize where to spend your precious time and attention?

 
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Why You Should Take More Photos

Take more photos…

 

I was just browsing through my photos history on Facebook.  

Pausing at each one to think back on the memory of the night or day it was taken.  Seeing the people I was with; old friends who I haven’t spoken to in years, some I talked to just yesterday.  Laughing at how young we were – how stupid in some cases.  I also wished I had learned to smile better for photos at a much younger age.  

 
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Weak and Powerless

Weak and Powerless

 

As I had written earlier, a few weeks ago I spent some time on  Jeju Island.   On the first night after swimming in the ocean, downing bottles of Soju and rocking a Noreabong (Korean Karaoke joint) we passed a convenience store and large patio filled with people.

 
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