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Looking Forward to 2015

2014 was an amazing year. Along with graduating college, I had great experiences traveling the world. Some of the best memories include swimming with manatees, spending a month working on an archeological dig in Israel, and Hiking the Smokies among other things.

Now that it is officially 2015, I can’t believe it has already come. In just 63 days, I am headed to Paraguay to serve in the Peace Corps (meaning I will be there for two years and three months). I am a volunteer that will be working in the Community Economic Sector. Last year, I put out a 2014 goals list, but this year I have decided not to because once March comes around the corner I will be absorbed with my Peace Corps service. I am not even sure how often I will have internet let alone be posting to my blog.

I do have some small trips planned though: I will be going to the Traverse City area for a couple days in January and I will be spending the first week of February in Utah to do some serious snowboarding. I know my departure date is going to come quickly, so I am trying to spend as much time with friends and family as I can, while also getting my packing list sorting, my finances in order, and practicing Spanish and Guaraní.

I put together a small recap of what I have been up for the year of 2014. Look for more on my snowboarding trip to Utah (and possibly some posts on Paraguay).

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Stay connected with AM Travel for more on snowboarding Utah and (hopefully) some Peace Corps Paraguay info.

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