Sometimes people tell me I am fearless. This is so far from the truth, but I have done things and been places that might make you think I am. We all fear different things. Staying still and settling in fills me with dread. Living in the same place having the same job the same neighbors and the same routine terrify me.
This blog is about letting go of the predictable and known, and going places — lots of places!
I have lived in 8 countries and have traveled in
34 36. I worked as a Teamster truck driver on the North Slope of Alaska, and a university professor in Miami and Seattle, and in countries in Asia and the Middle East. I was the first female bartender in Santa Clara County, California, and I owned and operated a candle manufactory in Miami.
Now I have left full time teaching and will be blogging, editing and odd-jobbing my way around the world.
Let me share these adventures with you.