2012 was a big year for me on every front. Here is a brief recap. I quit my steady job as a Study Abroad Advisor, Supporting students to study abroad gave me a great deal of satisfaction but it was time for a change. I could not accomplish my larger goals in the margins of my free time. I have learned how to honor my intuition when it tells me to leave my comfort zone–even when it means stepping into the unknown. I have not spent a single second of 2012 regretting my decision to trade in stability for the vision taking shape on the foundations of all of my travels, studies, research, and work. …lived in South America for three months, I spent three months in Medellín, Colombia learning Spanish at a university and being a student of the road again. Even though I have trained hundreds of students on how to adjust to a new culture, I was reminded of the fact that this did not mean...Read More
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