Vagabonding with Maxime

After living a nomadic lifestyle for the last five years, Maxime, a 26 year old vagabond from France, gives some insight into his lifestyle, how he affords it and how taking some wrong turns led him towards the path he is on.  I lived in my small town for most of my childhood and teenage […]

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Why Quitting is So Damn Emancipating

  I have been called a quitter many times in my life, simply because I quit a lot of jobs. I always felt guilty and like a failure for quitting largely because my mother trained me to stick things out. Even if I felt sick with anxiety before going to work and felt worthless and […]

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Winter is Coming And So is The New Year.

I woke up this morning to a heavy dose of snow fall. I had been drifting in and out of my treasured sleep in (it’s my first sort-of day off in 7 days) after awaking anxiously from a dream where I was rejected on the subway by someone I was in love with. It could […]

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How to kill a week in San Francisco

So you’ve got a week to kill in San Fran which, by international standards, is a rather small city and super easy to get around. This means that getting lost isn’t an option for you to factor into your time-killing plan. If you’re there for a week, the most cost effective means of transport will be […]

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Lost in Los Angeles

    I went to Los Angeles initially because it is on the West and I needed to work my way up from there to get to British Columbia in Canada. I also had a friend in L.A so there was that factor also. But needless to say, I didn’t have high expectations for La […]

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Striking Back at The Empire

  New York: The Empire State, The Big Apple, The Concrete Jungle where Alicia Keys thinks dreams are made of. New York was always somewhere that I was afraid to go by myself and I am rarely afraid to go anywhere by myself. Like, I even go to the cinema alone—I know, shock/horror. So, when […]

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