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I’ve decided to start compiling a list of my international traveling truths. This will probably be an ever-expanding list, that I will update from time to time. Here is the first batch, in no particular order: 1. Chinese grandmas will crowd a gate and it doesn’t matter if you’re Boarding Group 1 and they’re Boarding Group 9… you’re gonna have to throw a bow in her face to get her to move. 2. “Buckle your seatbelt due to turbulence” means “everybody get up and crowd the bathroom” in Asia. 3. Airplane food will never look like what they describe it to be, and it will taste twice as bad as your lowest expectation. 4. Consolidating your air miles to one airline on one alliance is beneficial to your long-term travel health on about eleventy billion levels. 5. Every single person that ever flies through Tokyo on a United flight has status and will be in the lounge. I have no idea how this is a thing, but it is a thing. keep reading

I have already flown nearly 30,000 miles this year. Which is kind of a lot for the first 6 weeks of a year. What have I learned in these 30,000 miles? 1. There are a lot of amazing people who are doing incredible things all over this planet, that I never would have known existed. I’m sworn to secrecy due to the sensitivity of most of their stories, but my mind has been blown and my heart has burst many, many times. People that are risking their lives on a daily basis for their faith and their convictions. People that love so deeply and so desperately that you cannot help but look inward at your own ideas of what it means to love. People that changed my life. 2. I missed Aaron, Jenny & Sadie Karr a lot. They are wonderful people with beautiful souls that are loving and serving the people of Vietnam. You can follow along with their adventures here. (P.S. Their site is currently down, but hopefully it’ll be back up by the time you click the link!) 3. My body has developed this innate ability to know when an obscenely long flight is coming up and preemptively goes into hibernation mode. I keep thinking that I’m going to get SO MUCH DONE on these flights and I usually end up being the equivalent of a lump on a log (In my own defense, I am writing this very post on my flight from Bangkok to Tokyo. Be proud.).   keep reading