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  • Don't you have a job?
    As a freelancer, I can work anywhere. I build websites, create art, and write articles. As long as I have internet access, I'm good to go. When I'm on the road, I either use my phone as a hotspot or work from a public library.
  • What's next?
    I am stoked for another cross-country adventure this summer. Details are here.
  • How do you spend that much time driving?
    I've actually really come to enjoy it. If you're used to driving in cities, realize that 99% of my drives are not that stressful. You just cruise on a highway with truckers for hundreds of miles, with no traffic unless there is construction. It's pretty relaxing, and I love listening to music, podcasts, and audiobooks. I normally work a half day and drive 3-5 hours in a day, so it's all about balance.
  • What's left on your list?
    Having seen a fair amount of the US, I want to get some more international travel in. Top of the list in no particular order: Japan and South Korea, Peru (Machu Picchu), New Zealand, and Antarctica.
  • Where's your favorite place you've been?
    A common yet impossible question... Let's do it this way: Best national park: Saguaro if you like cactuses or Yellowstone, obviously, or Bryce, gotta go to Bryce. Most underrated place in the US: South Dakota. Favorite international destinations: Venice, Italy and Granada, Spain. (Posts forthcoming!)
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