January 2014

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I Can’t Fight This Feeling Anymore

by Kim January 30, 2014

Sometimes when Brian and I are restless and the feeling of being stuck overwhelms us we borrow my in-laws car and drive out to my favorite neighborhood in Cincinnati. In this part of town the homes are old and stately and made of brick with wide front porches. Here, the fast food chains and big box stores are replaced by cafes and boutiques. I feel good on these historic streets, like I’m a part of something.

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How To Decide To Say Yes or No

by Kim January 27, 2014

It was hard to decide if we should take the job we’d been offered. Were we willing to leave SE Asia early, abandon our travels and work for someone else again? The answer, ultimately, was yes. And here’s why: It all boils down to a piece of advice I heard a few months ago about how to decide to say yes or no.

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Going for it. Our 2014 surprise shift.

by Kim January 18, 2014

We’ve got a huge announcement and a major shift in store for 2014.

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My morning run on Phu Quoc Island, Vietnam

by Kim January 14, 2014

I haven’t been running (save a panicked sprint away from an aggressive monkey or two during our bike tour) since we hunkered down in Amsterdam (that feels like ages ago, so much has happened since then!).

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Biking Vietnam

by Kim January 12, 2014

Our bike tour started in Da Lat. We navigated our bikes through traffic circles and the honking chaos of the city streets and then onto the back roads outside of the city.

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To kiss the world

by Kim January 7, 2014

I want my focus for 2014 to be about nurturing that unshakable core within. That is my resolution for this New Year.

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