April 2013

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A Year Ago I Left My Job

by Kim April 29, 2013

One year ago I left my job (and income) behind, scared to death but hopeful that following the truth that beat inside my chest was real and meaningful and deserved attention.

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A Body in the River

by Kim April 19, 2013

There is a dead body in the river. It is a woman. I know because she is naked, face-up between two giant boulders near the riverbank.

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For those of you contemplating your own bold move

by Kim April 17, 2013

“Figure out what your purpose is in life, what you really and truly want to do with your time and your life; then be willing to sacrifice everything and then some to achieve it. If you are not willing to make the sacrifice then keep searching.” – Quintina Ragnacci

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Death by tiger (it could have happened). Chitwan National Park.

by Kim April 13, 2013

A walking safari through tiger territory in Nepal’s Chitwan National Park.

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On being a foreigner

by Kim April 10, 2013

Traveling has taught me what it feels like to be an outsider, to miss being in a place that I just intrinsically understand, a place that I can effortlessly move through without having to double check that I am adhering to the cultural norms.

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Kathmandu in pictures

by Kim April 7, 2013

Kathmandu, Nepal in 25 pictures.

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A Conversation on an Indian Airplane

by Kim April 3, 2013

An airplane conversation that I’m absolutely sure would only happen in India.

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