Tired of receiving foreign postcards, Kelli’s parents lament the fact that their wage-earning, ladder-climbing, homebody of a daughter was swapped at birth for the mortgage-dodging, spice-eating, financially-challenged girl who now writes home.
However, Kelli left all those expectations in small-town South Dakota to prove that Yanks CAN – and DO – pursue alternative, international lifestyles.
Too Mutch For Words is an on-going journey of experiences, advice, anecdotes and images from one young adult who never even bothered to enter the Real World. With travel music playlists, monthly reviews of armchair travel literature and destination DVDs, it is an on-growing library of journey-inspired resources for folks on the road, AND folks at home.
That’s why Kelli will now avoid bragging about the number of countries she’s visited or the amount of times she’s gotten sick on a Southeast Asian bus: Too Mutch For Words isn’t just for the current traveler, it’s for the traveler in everyone.
But she does offer you an appreciative thumbs-up for taking the time to visit. May the following resources feed your travel bug:
LEARN: Instructional How To’s, Culture and Language Lessons, Flavors of the Week, and Interviews with inspiring travelers
- How to Love a Town You Don’t, Steps 1-4
- Education Shock: Explaining The Dinosaurs
- Flavor of the Week: South Dakota Martini
- The Art of Being Lost: An Interview With Greg Wilson
LISTEN A growing Travel Playlist of monthly songs and playlists created for specific locations and road trips.
READ: Monthly Armchair Lit reviews
SNAP: Photographic Challenges and photo essays
WATCH: Monthly Destination DVD reviews
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