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How to Be an Explorer

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Loved writing this piece for GOOD: Make Room for Discovery: Five Simple Steps For Explorers

Magellan, Columbus, Da Gama, Amundsen, Cook, Eriksson, Lewis & Clark, Shackleton—all names synonymous with adventure and exploration. They circumnavigated the world, discovered continents and became the subjects of history books. There was an unknown, and it was meant to be explored.

In the modern age of the Internet, cell phones, and around-the-world air travel, that sense of the unknown has changed, but it certainly hasn’t disappeared. While there may not be entire continents up for grabs, modern day exploring is just as important as it was during the Age of Exploration, if not more so.
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Written by Anna Brones

June 25, 2013 at 00:28

How to Be an Explorer of the World: The Good Things in Life

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I needed this today. And I’m sure you do to. A lovely list with some excellent reminders of things we could all probably use a little more of on a regular basis.

[Via: Under Solen]

Written by Anna Brones

February 11, 2010 at 16:09

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