July 2014

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A Letter From the Experimenters

by Kim July 30, 2014

Kim, your life is an experiment. The experiment is to see what will happen if you live every moment in tune with that voice inside your soul, the voice that you’ve dusted off and pulled out from the remains of your old life, the voice that refused to be voiceless.

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My Essential Car Camping Gear

by Kim July 21, 2014

It’s hard to believe that Brian and I have already been on the road for 4 months (only 90 days left!). I’ve put together my list of essential car camping gear. This is the stuff I’ll never camp without again.

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Life is fluid

by Kim July 13, 2014

One of the best things I have taken away from my study of Buddhism is the knowledge that life is fluid. Obviously, I knew this on some level, but it has been important for me to realize that I am predisposed to think that once something is a certain way it will be like that forever.

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Meet Gigi Griffis: writer, world traveler and Swiss expat

by Kim July 9, 2014

I’m pleased to introduce you all to Gigi Griffis. Gigi is a writer, world traveler and Swiss Expat who has just released a book about traveling Italy like a local. Read on to hear about how she supports her location independent lifestyle and what it’s like traveling the world with a dog!

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Lately. Scenes from Acadia National Park.

by Kim July 3, 2014

This time, I have tried to face the stress head on, to meet the discomfort, concern and the anxiety at the door, to swing the door wide open before it even knocks. I am trying to do the brave thing, to ask the hard questions. But I am filled with doubt.

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