Posts in Category: Preparation

15 things to do in my last 15 days

Posted by on Jan 16, 2015 in Preparation | 2 Comments
15 things to do in my last 15 days It’s crazy to think I will be leaving DC in just 15 days, but it is in fact very real. Since leaving my job of the last 8 years this past Friday, I’ve been feverishly running all over the city trying to get as many things done as possible. In order for me to keep …
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Last day at work

Posted by on Jan 9, 2015 in Preparation | One Comment
Last day at work It has been a wild ride, but today I am leaving the company I have worked with for the past 8+ years. As I mentioned in my previous post about telling my boss I was quitting to travel the world, the team there have been the most supportive I could have hoped for. Everyone is …
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Sell it all

Posted by on Dec 13, 2014 in Money, Preparation, United States | No Comments
Sell it all As you may know, I am leaving the United States on an adventure of a lifetime. As such, I need to sell all my belongings before I go. This is where you come in! Have a look at my things below and message me if anything is of interest! Thanks for the help. I’ll cross …
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Tentative Itinerary

Posted by on Dec 6, 2014 in Adventure, Preparation | 9 Comments
Tentative Itinerary Ok here is the tentative plan for my round the world trip. As it stands, I have a good idea what I will be doing for the first couple months and then the trip becomes hazy. I’ve done this on purpose as I hope to keep a lot of flexibility for when I find a …
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Today I quit my job

Posted by on Nov 20, 2014 in Preparation, United States | One Comment
Today I quit my job Today I quit my job at the best company I have ever worked for. It was probably the second hardest decision I had to make in planning this trip, after deciding to actually do the trip itself. I have worked there for more than 8 years including transferring across the country from Colorado to Washington, …
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