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Don't let your limited vacation time stop you from seeing the world.

If I can travel the world on just two weeks vacation time a year, so can you! This website is designed to help you maximize every hour out of the office so you can explore the world, two weeks at a time.
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I’m a digital marketer and social entrepreneur passionate about helping others find time to travel the world. Over the past ten years, I’ve lived, worked, and traveled to nearly 40 countries across five continents. The experiences I’ve had while traveling changed my life and left me wanting more. But like you, I can’t just stop working and travel all the time. So instead, I’ve devoted myself to finding ways to simplify the trip planning process and maximize the time I do have available to travel. And I’m here to help you do the same. Let’s explore the world, two weeks at a time!

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