Future Travel Plans: USA

New York City, December 2009

I’ve decided not to take that job in Nicaragua.

After I’d made a list of all the things that I hoped to accomplish over the next couple of years, I realized that a good 90 percent of them I wouldn’t be able to do living in a village in the mountains of Central America.

But that doesn’t mean that I won’t move there at some later date.  The job has a high turn-over rate and most of the volunteer coordinators only stay in the position a year.  So who knows, maybe if I’ve finished by novel, found a husband, bought a house, started my own company (more about that plan later) and discovered my purpose in life (well, I can dream) I could be in Nicaragua by next summer.

But in all seriousness, I’m going to give life in the US a shot.   This doesn’t mean I’ll live here forever (God, I hope not) or that I’m by any means ‘settling down’, but it does mean that I’ll be here for a while.

Well.  Now that I’ve just revealed that my life is going to be taking a turn for the ordinary, I hope you’ll still want to read this blog.  It’ll be tough trying to beat adventures involving scorpions or erupting volcanoes, but I’ll try to keep things interesting.

Stay tuned…

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Comments ( 3 )

  1. jess

    I'll take the job! ;) I've been on an incredible road/camping trip and away from the internet, it's cool to look back on your blog and see what you're up to. Yay for crossroads even though they feel overwhelming. Trust your feet.

  2. Mary

    Best of luck!

  3. Reannon Muth

    @ Jess - You can have it! Email me if you want the details...I believe that there still looking for someone. ; ) @ Mary - Aw, you read my blog! That's awesome. Thanks for commenting. ; )