I NEED to Explain – Lessons Learned Traveling Alone on ALASKA Trip
Traveling alone on this Alaska trip has been difficult. I learned a lot on this trip about traveling alone across the country and juggling everything I had to do as a digital nomad. I even though about quitting YouTube. So I needed to make some changes in my life. I had a lot of healing to do between Whitehorse Yukon Territory and Leadville Colorado. When you travel alone, you have a lot of time to think and figure things out.
Bonus, got to see the Leadville 100!
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