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Wednesday Words: Travel Will Change You

Mausoleum at the Killing Fields Cambodia

I find words inspiring. Words are powerful, and words matter. But other than giving me a fleeting moment of inspiration when I find a quote I like, they’re not doing me a whole lot of good stashed in my drafts folder. So I decided to share words with you every Wednesday — words that are […]

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Wednesday Words: On Making Choices

Children at Angkor Wat in Siem Reap, Cambodia

I find words inspiring. Words are powerful, and words matter. But other than giving me a fleeting moment of inspiration when I find a quote I like, they’re not doing me a whole lot of good stashed in my drafts folder. So I decided to share words with you every Wednesday — words that are […]

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Wednesday Words: On Fear

Inside Angkor Wat

I was at a concert last week, and as I was trying to commit a particularly poignant lyric to memory I suddenly felt inspired. I am constantly scribbling down quotes I like, pinning them on Pinterest, and typing them into email drafts that never get sent to anyone. I find words inspiring. Words are powerful, […]

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ABC’s of Travel, Andrea Edition

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I’ve been seeing this “ABC’s of Travel” thing going around on the travel blogs lately, and thought it looked fun, so I’m jumping on board! Whether you know me in person, “know me” from the internet, or are just stopping by for the first time, I thought it would be fun for you all to get […]

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Capture the Color 2013: A Photography Contest

Children at Angkor Wat in Siem Reap, Cambodia

You may remember that last year, I entered the Capture the Color photography contest, in which participants are asked to submit photos that represent the colors red, yellow, blue, green and white. I didn’t win anything, but it was a fun experience to go through my photos and find the best ones to represent each color, […]

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