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Five Years of Slow Full-Time Travel (and T.O.F.U.)

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Five years ago, I quit my job to focus on the magazine and travel full-time. Today, I took some time to reflect on just what's happened over those years. Read More »

WAIW | Cacao in Thailand

I had an adventure today, and it ended with me eating fresh cacao nibs, which I think means it was a pretty great adventure. Read More »

WAIW | Thanks to Farmers

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In today's WAIW episode, I felt the need to talk a little about how important it is to think of the farmers involved in putting food on our tables. Read More »

WAIW | Until It’s Gone

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For many of you, access to clean water is a given. Sadly, for plenty of other people (including myself up until an hour or so ago), that access isn't guaranteed. Read More »

WAIW | Chiang Mai in the Rainy Season

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Vegan or not, Chiang Mai, Thailand is an incredibly popular destination for travellers. In today's WAIW episode, I decided to talk a bit about whether or not visiting during the rainy season could ruin your trip. Read More »

WAIW | Dog Discrimination

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Discrimination of any kind is a terrible thing, but today I wanted to talk specifically about the kind that's aimed at dogs. Read More »