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Bob Moore is a retired sociologist living in Bryan, Texas. A graduate of Louisiana State University with a doctorate from the University of Kentucky, his has been author or co-author of hundreds of peer-reviewed medical studies. He is the smartest person Judson Moore has ever met, and coincidentally, Bob is Judson’s father.
A Canadian expat living in Düsseldorf, Germany. A mother, a wife, a lover of European flea markets, sweet treats, arts & crafts, and nature getaways. I spend my “standard” day managing Life in Düsseldorf, an online English language publication for expats living in Düsseldorf, and spend my weekends exploring the world. I take great pride in treading lightly, taking the path less travelled, and being thankful for every opportunity that comes my way.
Kelly Branyik is a Returned Peace Corps Volunteer who served from 2014-2016 in Chongqing, China. She currently resides in Colorado Springs where she works as a TV and Radio commercial scriptwriter for a local advertising agency. Kelly is a published author of the book, “It Depends - A Guide to Peace Corps.” She still shares her stories of Peace Corps on her blog, Propitious Panda in hopes to inspire people to take the journey.
In pursuit of an epic journey chasing winter around the world. The ForeverWinter Project is Laura’s dream to spend a year skiing a different country every month.
Tarah is a California native and a graduate from the University of Alabama (roll tide)! I discovered my love for travel while studying abroad in Barcelona, Spain and haven’t been able to sit still since. After graduation, I moved to Thailand to teach English and travel Southeast Asia. Basically, I’m a normal 23-year-old, trying to see the world before her mom guilt trips her into coming home!
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