It shouldn't just be Mother's Day when we celebrate our mothers — whether those mothers be our own or the women we call on as mothers regardless of blood. But while we pour out posts of gratitude every second Sunday in May, there are those who center their lives around the support of women as they transcend into motherhood.
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Let's talk about fanny packs.
I met Mitchell five years ago in Savannah. We bought a pack of red napkins from Goodwill that said "feel free to pass the potatoes" and looked through vintage video games at Planet Fun. Now, a few promotions and one marriage later, he's about to set out in a refurbished van he calls "The Bearded Bison" with his newlywed wife Chelsie and two pups, Maverick and Stella.
Pink Pangea — a community for women with a lust for travel — was cool enough to give Shannon and The Strange and New a shout out on their Real Deal page! It gives a little bit of insight into how Shannon came to join The Strange and New, highlighting on her relationship with Jacqueline and what the blog is trying to do.
Are you a beer snob? Are you tired of getting grief from your friends who still chug PBR and your dad who just doesn't see why you'd ever want to infuse beer with chili peppers? Truth it, it's a tough world out there for someone who doesn't drink shit for beer. But luckily, there's a safe haven for you --- a Utopia for beer snobs and craft brewers alike. But where is such a glorious, hoppy place? Grand freakin' Rapids.
Happy World Vegetarian Day! To celebrate, here's a fascinating infographic from GetYourGuide. For starters, Vietnam isn't on this list? WHAT? There are 9 countries that do veggie-ism better than the 'Nam? I guess I'll have to find out for myself. I find it hard to believe, but I'm willing to open my mind. You'd feel the same if you experienced the black magic done to tofu there, but I digress.
Things are happening, folks. The episode with yours truly on The Daily Travel Podcast is live! It actually happened. 6 months into the travel writing game and I'm going to Germany and having my voice preserved forever on the Internet. But enough about me: let's talk about this episode, let's talk about Nathaniel, and let's talk about starting new, scary careers.