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Get Inspired by Living the Dream

Most people have probably thought about ditching their jobs and spending months traveling around the world. It’s also likely that the vast majority of these people don’t follow through with those plans. Instead, they put their dreams on hold to live a more conventional life, filled with offices, homes and bills. But if you are seeking a more adventurous lifestyle, do not despair.

There is a way you can hit the road, make money and live the dream, achieving a lifestyle that people will envy for decades to come. That’s what Jeremy Jones is doing. He and his wife Angie are the authors of the blog, Living the Dream.

As Jones told RewardExpert, “Don’t keep thinking about it, commit to doing it!”

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Taking the Anxiety out of Your Travel and Life

Realizing you need to go to therapy is not easy. Then, finding a good therapist is a whole other challenge. Noah Rubinstein, founder and CEO of GoodTherapy.org, recognized these concerns and created the organization to serve as a place for anyone, anywhere, anytime to search for help. There are thousands of therapists from over 30 countries listed on GoodTherapy.org. “As we heal ourselves, we help to heal our world,” he stated.

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Nextdoor: Putting the ‘Neighbor’ Back into Neighborhood

At a time when 50 percent of Facebook users have more than 200 virtual friends, and the average Twitter user has nearly 350 followers, Pew Research Center data reveals 29 percent of Americans only know a few of their actual neighbors. Even more worrisome, 28 percent don’t know any of them at all. And because it’s hard to have confidence in strangers, it’s no wonder nearly half say they don’t trust the other people who live in their neighborhood.

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