Travel + Inspirational Link Round-Up, October

by gigigriffis

Photo: France’s Loire River.

Before I dive into this month’s links, I’d like to say a big thank you to everyone who filled out my survey. Your answers have been tallied and I’m working through them to plan more blog posts, books, and other useful stuff. I really appreciate you taking the time to help me out!

Okay, now that everyone is feeling all warm and fuzzy, time for this month’s links:

:: “The truth, frightening and liberating, is that nothing in the world is a must-do.”

:: Two people. Two kayaks. Antarctica.

:: This hotel is made of salt.

:: You know I love cost breakdowns. Here’s how much it cost one nomad to spend a month in Rome.

:: An interesting YA read that would make a great movie.

:: Speaking of books and movies, here is something interesting: “I didn’t set out to stop reading fiction written by men, or to stop watching movies and TV with male protagonists, I just got tired.”

:: This is how you become an editor.

:: Sometimes I’m ashamed to be an American. Like when our military watches kids getting molested and does absolutely nothing about it.

:: And if you’re feeling hopeless about the state of the world, here’s something you need to read.



And, as usual, here are some interesting things you may have missed here on the blog:

:: Yes, I’m A Blogger. And, No, I Won’t Lie For You.

:: My Life is a Soap Opera (And All Of the Actors Are Goats)

:: The Art of Packing for Full-Time Travel

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