AWESOME PERSON #19 – Meet Will Kalish!

Meet Will! He went from living in the city working the typical 9-5 to instructing snowboarding in the winter and fishing in Alaska in the summer! From thinking he had his plan all set to catching the curve balls life throws, Will has taken on the seasonal life and is doing it in style!  Will,

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Living Seasonal Through the Holidays

Today is Thanksgiving. There are gorgeous, soft, puffy flakes of snow drifting slowly from the sky, putting us all in a snow globe of winter wonderland. The resort I work for is officially open and town is starting to fill up with visitors itching for their first turns! Decorations are going up around town, cinnamon

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The Greatest Souvenirs and Gifts!

Selecting the right souvenir for yourself or others can be one of the most stressful things about your entire trip.  Will they like this?  Do I have space for that?  That costs how much????  If you’re like us when you travel, you usually have limitations of space and cash, and finding an amazing gift to

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Transportation for Seasonal Workers

While embarking on or maintaining a seasonal life, transportation is imperative.  This short rant will discuss the pros and cons of the 5 main modes of transportation that I see utilized, as a long-term seasonal worker.  The purpose is to open up for the topic for discussion and explore the opinions and facts of loyal

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Living Life as a Professional Nomad

Check out the latest from Ms. Professional Nomad herself, Dorothy! A great piece on living seasonally and how it truly creates such a beautiful life. A good friend once told me, “our friends are better than Travelocity.” He couldn’t be more right.  http://professionalnomads.org/2014/09/15/prosaic-in-nature-rejuvenation-in-transition/ Check out her site at www.professionanomads.org for more inspirational stories!

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Tales From The Diary

Entry #2 comes from my trip to Colombia back in 2010 – my first fall after working seasonally and my first experience having 2 months of freedom before beginning my next seasonal gig. This was also my first international solo trip…there was a lot of criticism for being a white female traveling to Colombia alone.

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