Steph’s Story

Seattle First Impressions

It’s taken me longer than it should have to post an update on the Great Seattle Move of August 2014. Honestly, I can hardly believe I’m here. And have been here, for almost a month now. It’s been a crazy whirlwind of a month: getting our bearings, apartment hunting and finally nesting in our new …

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Resisting the Cult of Stuff

The first time I came home from 9 months of backpacking through Asia and China, I was afraid to unpack. I kept wearing my same ratty backpacking clothes for weeks. I was more comfortable that way. I could barely bring myself to even look in my closet, at the rows of neatly folded, fresh clean …

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We are Moving to Seattle!

I’ve been sitting on this for what feels like forever, but I am so excited to announce to you guys our next big step: We are moving to Seattle!  After living together in China, Argentina and Mexico, and traveling through many more countries, Mike and I have decided to put down roots back in the …

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5 Things Travel Has Taught Me

This week in honor of Twenty-Something Travel’s 5 year anniversary all members of the staff are writing about 5 things they’ve learned from travel. Here’s Steph’s take: When I assigned this topic to Kay and Jessica, I thought it would be an easy one to write. After all this blog itself is a testament to …

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I hate when I go a week without updating, and then I really hate having to apologize for going a week without updating, so maybe I will skip that and get straight to the explanation bit: January kind of sucked. It started with a massive ear nose and throat infection and ended with me getting …

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