November 2015

After a Quiet Fall, A New Adventure

Brianne Miers - November 16, 2015
Thoreau cabin in Walden Woods

I got back from my last international trip – 10 days in Colombia – on August 30, which makes this the longest stretch of time that I’ve spent at home in Boston in more than two years. And I’ve hated it. OK, I haven’t totally hated it. I’ve been able to clean my closets, try out some new recipes, take long walks around the neighborhood …

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How to Live Your Life Purpose

Brianne Miers - November 15, 2015
Anita Lee Wang

Over the summer, I spoke on a panel at Hostelling International Boston – “Travel as A Young Professional” – about how to balance traveling with building a career. I asked my three fellow panelists – all incredibly inspiring and accomplished professionals much younger than me! – to share their top three tips on how they’ve done it, and “creative entrepreneur” Anita Wing Lee provided some advice that is sure to …

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Traveling Lives: Meet Alex Marriott

Brianne Miers - November 3, 2015

A self-described “half traveller,” Alex began traveling as a university student in England, squeezing in short trips around Europe on weekends and school breaks. Now, employed as an engineer, he’s started venturing further out – both Brazil and Japan are destinations on his list for the coming year. 

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