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Debunking 4 BS Myths: Why Not “Everyone” Can Travel the World

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With the rise of Instagram, social media, and the ease of an inspirational quote maker, it is easy to feel less than if you haven’t traveled the world.

That somehow you’re failing as a millennial because you can’t live up to all those “wanderlust” posts.  And who am I to say this? It’s not because I’m bitter I didn’t travel; it’s because I traveled (to over 30 countries, across 5 continents in 5 years).

Learning the Art of the Tea Ceremony in Kyoto, Japan

March 3rd in Japan is Hinamatsuri which is Doll’s Day or Girls Day. It’s a celebration of of the Heian period (the last period of classical Japanese history) and named after what is now known as modern Kyoto.

From tea ceremony traditions to dressing up in a traditional kimono, the (not too pricey) experience was worth every penny!

The Secret Sand Dunes of Vietnam

My family is from Vietnam so I’ve seen practically the entire country from top to bottom. Every time anyone asks me where to go they already have landmark places like Ha Long Bay on their list. But I really encourage people to  go out of the way for Mui…

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