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So this morning, I’ll be heading up to NYC.

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Alyssa -Mar 29, 2015, 4:26PM
I work at 6am most days, so I am up and at 'em pretty early. I have a 1.3 mile trek to the trolley with a 30 min ride to work. Then in the afternoons I attend classes. I have found that the best thing to do is pack food! I used to spend so much money on coffee, lunch, and snacks, but now I leave home equipped with a travel mug, a lunch pail, and a reusable bottle (bpa free, of course!). I usually have a backpack on me and possibly a smaller tote for days I need to change out of my work clothes for school. And to make my traveling more tolerable, I always have a book and headphones. On the trolley, I usually close my eyes and listen to music to relax a bit before the busy day begins. I keep a tiny pad of paper handy too to jot down any reminders or personal notes that come to mind throughout the morning.
Alex -Mar 21, 2015, 3:57PM
This blog, being insightful and incredibly in the loop, also maintains an approach to the working woman- What makes it easiest to keep the balance between fun and serious topics such as your "Vulnerable" post? I appreciate your multiple posts on SXSW and your ability to constantly know what to post for your audience, when did you learn of what your permanent audience would be and how to reach them? All of the photos are aesthetically pleasing. As a company, do you find it most efficient for one blogger to do the entire post, research, and photos or is it more productive to split the work within a post? Thank you for making a blog that is well researched, where there are frequent posts, and where reader feedback is encouraged!

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Post image for Book Club Meeting, Chapter 8: Metta Meditation

I truly believe that unconditional love is the magical key to unlock unlimited goodness: freedom, happiness, peace, togetherness… And that love must start within ourselves. Read more »

Cassie -Mar 15, 2015, 10:51AM
Sounds like a great book!
Allie -Mar 10, 2015, 9:26PM
who's hair is in the first picture? As a curly girl too, I admire it!

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Post image for UK to FL: Escaping London for Some Winter Sun

This post comes from our UK PR Manager Lisa! Follow along with her on Instagram @freepeopleuk! Read more »

Sanne -Mar 11, 2015, 5:04PM
A sky that gently dips into the sea's warm embrace - soft sand that squishes between your toes - what's not to love? Just beautiful xx
Brianna -Mar 10, 2015, 11:38PM
These pictures are just absolutely gorgeous- I have a condo right near there! Ripped Jeans

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I was recently at a coffee shop and had the stark realization that everyone around me was staring into a screen. Read more »

Mallory -Mar 10, 2015, 6:49PM
What a lovely post. It is so important to remember how to unplug and let go of these things for a little bit. Thanks for the beautiful photos and words :) xx mallory the drifter
April -Mar 10, 2015, 8:09AM
The irony is we are all looking at our screens typing our comments agreeing to the sentiments in the blog. Ever seen the film Wall-ee?

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Before my road trip posts officially draw to an end, there’s a couple of things I’d like to share.
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Cassie -Mar 06, 2015, 12:18PM
This is drop-dead gorgeous photo editing!
Amy -Mar 04, 2015, 10:46PM
I dig the artwork in this post. nicely done.

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Every few weeks, there comes a time — especially in winter — when the city streets begin to close in around me. Read more »

Katie -Mar 01, 2015, 10:13AM
Beautifully written and gorgeous photography. I've always wanted to try snowshoeing, thanks for the inspiration! xo Katie http://a-different-sun.blogspot.com
laura -Mar 01, 2015, 9:11AM
I'm living in a rather big city, but was growing up in a small village. So for me, hiking and wandering through the woods and to the top of monuntains is one of my favoutite ways to recharge. xo, laura

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There’s always a destination.
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Ella Wild -Mar 17, 2015, 5:42PM
yes please what program do u us?
annie -Mar 04, 2015, 9:00AM
can you tell me what photo editing program you used?? amazing!

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“When we change the way we look at things, the things we look at change.” – Wayne Dyer

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Lola -Mar 07, 2015, 1:19PM
Love the article...very interesting post. The whole point is to have a positive attitude towards life...and you do so my creating an environment for yourself where you are happy. I love that quote you created, I also create fun quotes on http://peeklooks.com/createaquote. You should check it out.
susan -Feb 27, 2015, 9:44AM
I totally agree with you! I have been so over the negative everything in my life, people, social media etc..,

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Post image for Book Club, Chapter 6: The Cake in the Refrigerator

Egos often seem to have a way of pushing themselves the forefront of our minds and battling with one another, causing tension… arguments… stressful situations. Read more »

Philippa W -Feb 24, 2015, 11:32AM
i love this! what a great idea and metaphor. cake truly makes everything better
Cassie -Feb 24, 2015, 11:25AM
This was really inspiring. I find that my family and I are so busy we don't spend time with each other enough! Hopefully I can use this to unite us together <3

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What’s the most beautiful place you’ve ever met?

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Lana @ The Joy Blog -Mar 13, 2015, 3:24PM
I've spent my entire life living in Utah. As much as I love the tropics, and lush greenery, nothing beats our variance in scenery. I live in the North in the valley of the Wasatch Mountains, and grew up in the South with redsand covered by snow in the winter. Everyday I'm hit with a view on my commute or somewhere else that just makes me say thank you to my creator. This place is so gorgeous. If I ever leave here, I'll always miss the sunsets, the dry air, and the mountains. I always love to see someone else appreciating this beautiful state!
Rebecca -Mar 06, 2015, 5:53PM
I live about an hour and a half from here. If anyone needs a guide, let me know. It's truly amazing.

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This post comes from our Australia contributor, Miann Scanlan. Follow along with her on Instagram @freepeopleaustralia Read more »

Faiza -Feb 21, 2015, 8:29AM
I usually wake up a little before the sun (school), and I do quite love it. For some reason, it makes me feel more awake and at peace...it's a sense of goodness that I've fallen in love with. http://thoughtdweller.blogspot.com/
Alisha -Feb 21, 2015, 5:02AM
I read this whole peice aloud - you write so beautifully! I agree with what you believe to be a chief cause of human suffering, our removal from nature...so I am gonna absorb this advice and try to restore the balance. Thank you! :D

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I’ll be honest with you – Big Sur has it all.  Read more »

vanessa -Feb 23, 2015, 4:33PM
Big Sur changed mine and my partners lives in such a beautiful way. The best tip I can give is that it's legal to stay the night at any turn out. Free camp site right over the beach you say?! https://instagram.com/p/tLT5enLZmp/?modal=true Thanks for the review on The Henry Miller Memorial Library, definitely top of my list next time we go back. xoxo Vanessa
Steph Rogers -Feb 22, 2015, 4:46PM
This has given me some serious itchy feet!! Can't wait until I can visit http://thelifeofastudenttraveller.blogspot.co.uk/

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