How Traveling Alone Can Get You Out Of The Hole Of Sadness

Bogota, Colombia 2018

I already know the questions. If I am sad, why would I go somewhere completely alone and have no one? This inevitable will make me realize that I am alone, and now I am sad because I had no one…

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I quit the rat race after working as a nurse for 16 years. Content creator in sobriety + self-improvement. I live in Colombia. Contact me: ceosarainc@gmail.com

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Sara Burdick

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I quit the rat race after working as a nurse for 16 years. Content creator in sobriety + self-improvement. I live in Colombia. Contact me: ceosarainc@gmail.com

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