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If there’s anything I’ve learned in my travels, it’s what to do but especially what NOT to do. Let’s see, I’ve learned not to trust cute monkeys in Malaysia, not to let my phone die in New York, and not to get worked up about bumps in the road or broken down jeepneys. As you and I laugh over the good and bad times together, I hope you will learn how to smooth out any bumps in your own road. My blog even includes freelance tips, to help you get started on your own travel blog!

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SEO & Website Optimization

I’m a whiz at boosting your Google rank, thanks to my SEO experience! A well-structured website, social media marketing, page content, and blog articles are absolutely necessary to keep your site on top. That’s right–“content is everything” as all Internet marketing specialists know. We’ve got to stuff your website with quality information! Give me a subject, I’ll write about it–whether it’s in the form of a webpage, blog post, or news article.

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As a holder of the CIE TESOL certificate, I have first-hand experience with 40 methods of teaching that are not only highly effective but are even enjoyable! If you’re considering becoming an English teacher yourself, let me just say DO IT! If you take the TESOL course, you won’t regret it.


Now in: Thailand

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Living in Bangkok: How to stay healthy
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Traveling with anxiety: My story & my secrets
I haven’t felt anxious in months, but that doesn’t mean the anxiety has gone away. In every way, my life
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33 Travel hacks: From my own experiences
I’ve traveled alone and in groups. Via plane, boat, train, bus, car, and….Well, I think that covers it. I’ve come
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