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Scenes from Summer Camp

by Connor Gayne / Feb 10, 2015 / 0 comments

It was a beautiful night, and the stars were burning bright and vivid. Fireworks exploded in the air, reflecting off the still water of the lake. The vibrant colors morphed from blue to red, then orange and yellow and purple. It was almost too much to take in at once. All the while, a fire was blazing, creating orange and yellow patterns that were as enticing to see as the fireworks.

3 Career Paths Suitable for a Digital Nomad

by Connor Gayne / Jan 23, 2015 / 0 comments

If you want to travel the world and are looking for a job to support that goal, here are three jobs that are portable for digital nomads: being a freelance writer, monetizing a travel blog, and being a website designer (although they may not be jobs for everyone). I chose to explore these three jobs as possible career paths because they interest me greatly.

Nomadic travel: Not all who wander are lost

by Connor Gayne / Jan 22, 2015 / 0 comments

Jenni Mahnaz is a nomadic traveler with a lot of international experience. (Nomadic travel is to travel around the world without a home base.) Her  goal is to see as much of the world as she can and to connect positively with people across borders, language barriers, and cultures. While she travels, she stays with friends she knows.

Colors, Toys, and Games and Chuck E. Cheese's

by Connor Gayne / Dec 03, 2014 / 0 comments

Chuck E. Cheese’s is an awesome place to go where there are rides, games, and kids running around just because they’re so happy. There are many fun attractions, such as a man in a costume dressed as a giant mouse with a big smile. There are also great deals on food, such as pizza and soda, for when you are hungry.


Postcard from Maker Faire New York

by Connor Gayne / Nov 25, 2014 / 0 comments

The Maker Faire New York is a striking place where people go to see amazing creations that inventors thought of and made by themselves. Held at a science museum in New York City, it is located in a big, flat field that is partially grass but also stone and pavement. Most of all the exhibits are under tents, in case it rains.