Magellan

  • How to describe my Remote Year?
    I am unsure how to describe this past year.  It was full of once-in-a-lifetime experiences, spectacular views, life-long friends, lows & highs, emotional breakdowns, shear exhaustion, travel horror stories, and some of best and most unique food I have ever tasted.   Yet, I am a talker, not a writer. ... read more
    Source: Bryant Burnheimer – The Traveling TripletPublished on 2017-05-25By Bryant
    6 months ago
  • Modern Conscience: On Global History and Ripple Effects
    One thing I realized this year is that I really enjoy history. And not that fuddy-duddy, walk around a crumbling ruins site in the hot sun, licking your parched lips and scratching yourself silly while you listen to a tour guide talk about all the kings and wars that are ... read more
    Source: Dana Reinert – Track DanaPublished on 2017-05-24By Dana
    6 months ago
  • 10-minute session: trust, mountain, truth
    This is part of a series called: 10-minute thoughts because I wrote it in that amount of time. I hate policingI hate that I police myselfI know a lot of other women, WOC, white women, who do the sameI hate that when I’m thinking about going for an interview,I have ... read more
    Source: Immaculate Indeed – Immaculate IndeedPublished on 2017-05-10By immaculateindeed
    6 months ago
  • 10-minute session: wouldn’t it be nice
    This is part of a series called: 10-minute thoughts because I wrote it in that amount of time. The title was inspired by my friend and fellow remote, Caitlin’s RYx talk. Content by different survivors. A: Teacher! Teacher! Billy hit me!B: Are you sure?A: Yes!B: Did anybody see him hit ... read more
    Source: Immaculate Indeed – Immaculate IndeedPublished on 2017-05-10By immaculateindeed
    6 months ago
  • Please Deliver To My Father In Heaven
    Dad, I’m sorry I haven’t written sooner. I thought I should have something interesting to say or accomplished a big life goal…but I’ve only recently realized that showing up or reaching out is the entire point – not so much what you say. So what’s happened these past five years? I ... read more
    Source: Joelle Pitman – La Joie de VivrePublished on 2017-05-10By Joelle Pittman
    6 months ago
  • Contentment Is Simply An Absence Of Regret
    "It’s not hard to decide what you want your life to be about. What’s hard, she said, is figuring out what you’re willing to give up in order to do the things you really care about."- Shauna Niequist During my investment career, I was tasked ... read more
    Source: Gor Narang – GorsGoneWildPublished on 2017-04-28
    7 months ago
  • #365BUCKETLIST Week 2 Recap (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
    Day 8: Argentine Experience (make empanadas, mate…eat all the Argentinian steak and drink all the Argentinian wine) Day 9: Go to a country I didn’t know existed until recently (Uruguay) Day 10: Authentic tango show in Buenos Aires, Argentina Day 11: Tigre Delta (weekend like a local) & ate ... read more
    Source: Joelle Pitman – La Joie de VivrePublished on 2017-04-20By Joelle Pittman
    7 months ago
  • Bucket List: England (& 8-Day London Itinerary)
    I was a busy little bee while in England. I marked a whopping 28 things off my bucket list! People keep asking for my London itinerary…so here it is! (Links take you to the exact tour/ticket landing page.) Day 1 (Arrived late afternoon) 7:30 pm: West End show: Kinky Boots ... read more
    Source: Joelle Pitman – La Joie de VivrePublished on 2017-04-18By Joelle Pittman
    7 months ago
  • My Favorite Birthday: 32
    Happiness isn’t what I thought it would look like. I’ve been dreading thirty-two for so long that I’m embarrassed to admit it was because of a Before Sunset quote I heard my sophomore year of college. “I was having this awful nightmare that I was thirty-two. And then I woke ... read more
    Source: Joelle Pitman – La Joie de VivrePublished on 2017-04-17By Joelle Pittman
    7 months ago
  • #365BUCKETLIST Week 1 Recap
    Welp! Here is my first #365BUCKETLIST recap video. I am the first to admit that I have no clue what I am doing…so I am open to/begging for suggestions! Should my videos be shorter? Longer? Should I include clips from the week? Previews of next? Hope you enjoy this first ... read more
    Source: Joelle Pitman – La Joie de VivrePublished on 2017-04-12By Joelle Pittman
    7 months ago
  • The Art Of The Jump
    This isn’t the first time I’ve thrown myself off a cliff. Proverbially, its happened many, many times. But physically? Only about three or four. Usually when you’re about to leap, you’re not usually taking time to enjoy the beautiful view, or the feeling of warm sun on your face. Instead, ... read more
    Source: Dana Reinert – Track DanaPublished on 2017-04-06By Dana
    8 months ago
  • Bucket List: Lollapalooza (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
    If I had known that this was a dry festival…ok, I won’t be totally dramatic and say that I would have skipped…but VIP tickets would have definitely not happened. Who has a VIP lounge sponsored by Corona with NO ALCOHOL?! Alcohol is why you pay for VIP tickets! ... read more
    Source: Joelle Pitman – La Joie de VivrePublished on 2017-04-05By Joelle Pittman
    8 months ago
  • I am your knee grow
    This is part of a series called: 10-minute thoughts because I wrote it in that amount of time.   This is a year of self-discovery. This is a time that I’ve thought about pieces of my personality as individual scopes. An issue that has been front and center this ... read more
    Source: Immaculate Indeed – Immaculate IndeedPublished on 2017-03-25By immaculateindeed
    8 months ago
  • Attitude problems? Blame it on the altitude
    Mama, I made it to South America! I had my birthday in Peru. I went to Machu Picchu! Lazy post. ... read more
    Source: Immaculate Indeed – Immaculate IndeedPublished on 2017-03-25By immaculateindeed
    8 months ago
  • 10 rules
      This is part of a series called: 10-minute thoughts because I wrote it in that amount of time. 1. (Pick a covert restaurant for taking out your extracurricular girls) Do it close to your house It wasn’t close. Not even. It was more than a 25-minute drive from ... read more
    Source: Immaculate Indeed – Immaculate IndeedPublished on 2017-03-15By immaculateindeed
    8 months ago