Monday, December 11, 2017

My New Book!


What if you could become a better traveler by learning from the outrageous adventures of a global nomad and enjoy a good laugh while doing so? Would you like to become an expert traveler the easy way—by learning from someone else's mistakes?

Pushed From a Train, a collection of misadventures and everyday encounters, teaches practical travel skills and life lessons learned the hard way while the author lived and traveled in China, Ethiopia, Mexico, Slovakia, Morocco, Albania, Brazil and other countries for over 17 years.  

For example, what should you say when picked up under suspicion of terrorism by the Mexican military police? What steps should you take to avoid being scammed by a swarthy sailor in Casablanca? How do you escape imprisonment by an angry Hungarian border guard? In this book you will learn from these and other international experiences in addition to gaining valuable travel advice such as how to prepare for any trip and how to make your next journey a one-of-a-kind adventure.

If you want to laugh and learn and if you love to travel, then pick up this book and begin to live life with the perspective of a global nomad.

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HERE IS A 90 SECOND INTRO VIDEO ABOUT MY BOOK: 

Saturday, June 10, 2017

A child needs your help.




I believe that one of the greatest privileges in life is the opportunity to help someone else, and who is more deserving than a child.  I support my children through World Vision and I highly recommend this organization as reliable, accountable, well-organized and invested in helping children and their communities to take charge in improving their own lives. I would like to persuade some of my readers to support one or more children, too!

Please check out this link about supporting a child in any country you choose: Choose a child



There are so many children in the world who you can help with just $35 per month.  This money will help provide supplies for the child's education, medicine for when they are sick, and infrastructure improvements within the child's community.


Please check out this link about supporting a child in any country you choose: Choose a child

Thanks so much for your help and generosity.  I thank you and your child will thank you!