I Love to Move… No Really, I do
Dec07

I Love to Move… No Really, I do

Today I was having a conversation in my fitness class and someone asked “do you really like moving so much?” The short answer is: I do. The other week my mom said something about moving into a smaller house because my dad has Parkinson’s disease. Thinking that she might move freaks me out. My mom has lived in the same house for 20 plus years. She doesn’t change things often and thinking that she might, is a bit...

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How Travel Changes A Person
Apr28

How Travel Changes A Person

Traveling is more than just collecting souvenirs and taking photos. Traveling, like education, it can teach you lessons and shapes you as a person. You leave for a journey and never come back as the same person. Traveling tests you and transforms you. Here’s how: YOU LEARN TO MAKE DECISIONS AND BE ORGANIZED – choosing where you want to go, what you want to do, scheduling your flight and booking the hotel you will stay is the first...

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Video Year in Review
Nov19

Video Year in Review

So over the last year I took a few video clips with no real purpose. I decided to throw them together to make a video montage of some things I have seen/done. I have been saying I want to get more into video lately. We have a few trips coming up that I hope to do more video and get more into it. Stay...

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30th Birthday Sapporo Japan
Nov06

30th Birthday Sapporo Japan

I would have never thought on my 30th birthday I would spend it in Sapporo Japan. What a great time it was. Sapporo is known for the beer. I am not a big fan but I did find some beers I liked. Matt and I had a great time and I just wanted to share a few photos from our awesome weekend....

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Who Am I Meant to Be?
Nov13

Who Am I Meant to Be?

I have always felt different. Always. My mom told me stories about how I was potty trained completely in 3 days. How at 18 months I talked full on sentences. How she would have to get ready for work hours before because I wanted to dress myself but I didn’t have the motor skills to tie my own shoes. Didn’t stop me from trying. I remember in 3rd grade I was the only student that got special assignments because I was the...

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