One More Step

Readership has dwindled, thoughts remain a little stagnant, and occasionally I’ve gone multiple months without a single post or update to this site. Including and perhaps even because of this dynamic flexibility, this website and blog has provided an incredible opportunity for exploration and connection for me. As an added bonus, my domain company just emailed me and informed me that I own this web address until 2017, so it looks like we’re in the clear! (I would never have known otherwise. Thank you, GoDaddy.)

You have all (every single pair of eyes that even mistakenly clicked on this page) been an instrumental part of my own development, and I can’t wait to share more stories with you!

As many of you know, I will be traveling in South America (Bolivia and Peru) until May 2016, totaling about 3 months. I will have very limited internet connection, and am therefore (intentionally) putting any further updates on hiatus!

Be ready for a return in full force come May!

If you wish to keep track of my experiences abroad, you can visit:

where my group will be posting updates and thoughts!

I will also have intermittent email access.

Thank you all so much for investing a little of your time into my ramblings and traveling with me along this circuitous, jumbled, sticky journey.

3 thoughts on “One More Step

  1. Pingback: My Dirty, White T-shirt of a Flag | Barae Hirsch

  2. Have an amazing time! If you happen to run into a shaman in peru named Puma tell him jill frm vermont says hi!!!!!! Xoxoxoxoxoxoxo Jill

    Sent from my Samsung smartphone on AT&T


  3. Hey this is Milan David Mogar’s son. My dad shared your website with me. You have a cool writing style.
    I really need your help with something right up your alley. Would you been interested in helping us with a article about our family business, solar, getting youth involved in electrical training, and bringing technology to Alaska from Louisiana. I’m in contact with Alaska Buisness magazine and I need to get them a proposal to sell them on this article.


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