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In 2011 I quit my 9-5 to go travel and experience the world. I wanted different stories, problems, discoveries and connections “before it was too late”. Now, a year and a half after I left my home in Seattle, I’m still living abroad and planning my next move.
I’ve always been fascinated by other cultures, places, traditions, languages and people. I love piecing a new place together, appreciating what makes it special and seeing how different people live their lives. I also don’t have the slightest clue of where I want to be or what I want to be doing, so am using this time to figure that out.
I believe that travel or living in new places make me a more aware, understanding, adaptable and grateful person — and that it will ultimately lead me to where I should be in life.
>> About The Paper Planes Blog >>
With so many travel blogs out there, why did I start Paper Planes?
I think most people in their 20s are a little lost (actually, I’m starting to realize most people, regardless of age, are a little lost). I haven’t traveled to as many places, worked as many jobs, have as great of photos, been traveling as long or lived in as many countries as other people. But I can share this journey of mine and hope that others may fulfill a bit of wanderlust or take something away from the places I’ve been and the lessons I’ve learned.
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