Who says education isn’t free? If you’re lucky like me, you may even find yourself getting paid to learn new skills. I was so blessed recently to land a job at a tech company where I have the opportunity to become a better writer, as well as learn SEO, Google Analytics, and much more. As a part-time blogger that aspires to eventually go big, these are indispensable skills. I couldn’t be more excited!
This job is the reason why I’ve been so busy though and haven’t been able to post anything for you guys. I’ve barely had a chance to read through all your blogs that I love so much. Just know that I am still here following your journeys and I hope that you’ll stick with me through mine.
Lots of love and light,
PS. I decided where I want to go on my next trip!! This was a tough one because the world is full of amazing places. After a lot of spiritual and financial consideration, I decided it’s time to cross Macchu Picchu off my bucket list so I’m saving up and heading to Peru next :)
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Anyone who went and hiked the Inca Trail? Any tour company recommendations? I want to hike the trail when I go, but I’m debating if I want to do the classic four day trek or go for one that’s maybe a little shorter and slightly more luxurious, considering that I’m the kind of Colorado girl that’s never spent four days hiking in my own backwoods, let alone in Peru. Any helpful tips you have would definitely be appreciated.