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Following Your Career Passion: What if it Continually Changes?

I recently had a conversation with someone about passion and her concern that someone close to both of us wasn't following their career passion. It got me thinking about passion in one's career and that maybe it's at times an overhyped notion. Why?

A Potosi mines tour - The mountain that eats men

Gasping for air and drenched in sweat, I crawled my way through dark tunnels, climbed down cramped, claustrophobic holes, and waded through giant puddles of water past unsecured lifting holes with 30m drops. The intense heat and suffocating dust were almost unbearable. Visible asbestos and the constant sound of explosions nearby turned me into a bundle of nerves.

The loneliness of the long distance traveler...

This isn't a sad story. There's a happy ending, I promise. At least, that's what I'm telling myself. When was the last time you traveled alone? Is it something you do often? Do you go to exotic place...

Why I Stopped Blogging, And Why I'm Going to Start Again

You may have noticed that this blog has gone silent over the past couple of months. Or maybe you haven't. Or maybe you aren't even reading anymore. If you are, or you were wondering what the hell happened, I can assure you, nothing serious. I wasn't physically harmed and I didn't fall ill.

I Quit My Band & Job & I'm Moving to South America - Reason for my vacancy!

Travel and Credit readers, I have to apologize for the lack of updates recently! My life has been absolutely flipped upside down over the last 2 months since my South American trip. To my surprise, I logged into my site stats and the traffic has been WAYYYYY higher than what it used to be on days when I didn't have posts.

10 Things No One Tells You About Long-Term Travel

Long-term solo travel is sometimes believed to be a lot of things that it is not. It's true that travelers have a lot of crazy stories to tell when they're back from that trip across Asia or around the world, but the not-so-glamorous side of travel is a reality that hardly gets spoken about and very few people understand.

Emotional Rant From A Newbie Travel Blogger | Traveling 9 to 5

I have big goals. Goals that scare me. By the end of this year, Josh and I may fall flat on our faces, not in a fit of failure but as lessons learned and only to drive us to work harder.

The 10 emotional stages of going on holiday

Holidays are the best, they're what we look forward to all year round, and we love them, fact. I've come to realise that there are several different emotions that you will experience, before, during and after your holiday. So in order for you to diagnose your emotions I've pulled together the 10 emotional stages of going on holiday.

The emotional state of coming home after travel

Toronto, Canada So what does it feel like to be home? I've been back in Toronto less than a week and that's the first question everyone ask. It's a rollercoaster of emotions and it has been difficult at times. I didn't expect it to be so hard to be home.

Some (emotional!) Thoughts on Leaving Germany

When I begun planning this trip late last year with my boyfriend, I came up with this crazy itinerary that took us through six continents and had us traipsing through at least 30-40 countries. We were going to start in South-East Asia and move through China into Europe.