Chief World Explorer

“We shall not cease from exploration, and the end of all our exploring will be to arrive where we started and know the place for the first time.”
– T. S. Eliot

I could wax on for days about all the reasons I love traveling, but one reason that is somewhat unexpected is that traveling encourages me to lean in and be in my own community once I get home.

I travel – see new sights, meet new people, discover new ways of doing things. I hear stories of overcoming, of compassion and kindness. But my eyes are also opened to needs that were previously unknown to me, hurts that need healing.

I take what these new places have to offer me. Its refreshing and energizing and makes me feel alive.

And, I do my part. I connect and give what I can and pray that my impact will be lasting.

But then I come home.

And those vacations, trips, stops along the way – they all come home with me. They are all now a part of me. The new me now sees my own community a little differently – either with a new appreciation for all the blessings found at home or maybe with a fresh approach to tackle a problem. Either way, the new me is better because of what travel has to offer.

All that to say, I’ve entered a great contest put on by the travel company Jauntaroo to become their next Chief World Explorer. Will you help me win a chance to travel and share my experiences?!

how can you help?

Simply click on this this link , watch my 60 sec video and press “like” to vote for me!’ You can vote once a day until September 15th.

There’s still a few days left so I’d love if you’d support me while I chase this dream!





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