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Write or Die: What Hemingway Taught Me About Life

When life isn’t fair and times get tough, I, more often than not, find my solace in Ernest Hemingway.

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The Nature of Romance: Visiting Theodore Roosevelt National Park

It was the middle of June and I was traveling with a broken heart.

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What Being Stood Up in Barcelona Taught Me

The promise of adventure hung in the crisp summer air as I got into the back of a cab at Barcelona-El Prat Airport.

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The Emerald Palace: How We Drank For Free in Gstaad

I fell in love with Gstaad, Switzerland the moment I set foot in it.

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The Art of Drunkenness: How Writing Drunk Makes You More Creative

It’s vodka and poetry, whiskey and prose, the kind of drunkenness that tastes like love and feels like fiction.

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