We've been in Texas since end of April for the summer. Our time here has given us time to reflect and plan for the future here at the GotPassport headquarters. Reflections: If you've been following our progress, from our cross country camping road trips, summer vacation in Thailand in 2009, jettison of material possessions … Continue reading Our Renewed Family Mission Statement
It's been almost one full month since we returned to Texas after living in Thailand. I returned to Houston a bit earlier than J and M to help my parents take care of some family matters while J & M spent Mother's Day with his Mom & Dad in Arlington. I'm thankful we are back … Continue reading Working for a Purpose or a Cause, Not Just a Paycheck!
NOTE #1: The best way to contact us about this is via our Volunteer Page, which has an information form you can complete. If you send me a tweet asking about this, I’ll end up asking you to do the same. We will get you in contact with the right people, IF POSSIBLE. NOTE # … Continue reading Volunteer and Paid Opportunities in Southeast Asia (FREE) – Places Like Thailand, Cambodia and Laos
Bubba's Warning: This blog post is without pretty photos, or a bunch of hyperlinks, because Bubba is too lazy to do them right now. Plus, if you can't read a blog post without a glossy photo, then perhaps this post ain't for you. =) As a Psychologist (The professing/teaching kind, not the "Dr. Pheel" kind), … Continue reading Bubba GotPassport’s New Year’s Resolutions for 2011
Warning: This blog post is without pretty photos, or a bunch of hyperlinks, because Bubba is too lazy to do them right now. Plus, if you can't read a blog post without a glossy photo, then perhaps this post ain't for you. =) As a Psychologist (The professing/teaching kind, not the "Dr. Pheel" kind), I … Continue reading Jack’s New Year’s Resolutions for 2011
Hi friends, Sawatdee-Kup! (I'm supposed to end the greeting with "Kup" since I'm a dude, but prefer the way the ladies say it, with an extended "Kaaaaaaah" at the end. Ask M, she can say it very well... =) Although we've been very active on Twitter and Facebook (maybe overactive), we have not posted a … Continue reading Our Version of “No-Regrets Radical Sabbatical” in Chiang Mai, Thailand
Thanks Cath for sharing our story with your readers. We are very humbled by the very idea of being interviewed :-). Friends, be sure to check out Agile Living : Strategies for thriving through change and uncertainty over at Cath's website http://www.mineyourresources.com Live Small. Give Large: An Interview GotPassport.org 1. So tell us your … Continue reading Our First Interview at Agile Living with Cath Duncun: How We Collect Experiences with Our Daughter