About My Untitled Adventure

An Untitled Adventure is one with endless possibilities. One that’s not limited by strict definitions or unyielding expectations. One in which you experience things you never imagined.

I recently realized my entire life has been an untitled adventure. I’ve never been one to set far-off goals or map out my life. I’m more of a daydreamer. An opportunity taker. That’s how I’ve managed to shift from corporate career woman, to snowboard instructor, to expat English teacher (in that order).

As a single woman living in and traveling through foreign countries, I have countless opportunities to gain insight into myself and alter my world view. I know not everyone has the freedom or desire to experience this firsthand, but maybe you’d like to read about it. And maybe, in the process, your perspective will shift, too. At the very least, I’ll be sharing plenty of awkward moments that should be entertaining if not enlightening.

Oh, and I L-O-V-E sharing photos. All the images in this blog were taken by me unless otherwise stated. Please respect my ownership of them and reuse only with permission/credit. (Much thanks!)

My friends call me brave. I don’t think I am. If I can do this, believe me, anyone can — and I encourage you to try. If you’re already doing it, please share your stories, insights and photos as well. I love connecting with kindred spirits.

Whether or not we plan it, life is an amazing adventure in the making. Please join me on my Untitled Adventure and see where this journey goes next.

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33 thoughts on “About My Untitled Adventure

  1. You have a beautiful blog here! Thank you very much for stopping by our travel & photoblog, and for the recent subscription… much appreciated. Hope you enjoy the reading, the images and stories about our life around the world, but currently, in Bolivia. Greetings from the “breathless La Paz”! 😮

  2. I love your attitude and agree 100%. I have one friend who is a retired documentary film maker and traveled the world; she almost always tells me, ‘Lisa, you are fearless. I admire you so much.’ and I say, ‘yes, but look at your life and accomplishments.. you have done the same.’ and she laughs and says, ‘yes, but i had staff!’

    we have such rewarding experiences when we travel in single status. the locals are more likely to open their lives, their hearts and embrace/befriend the lone stranger vs interrupting a larger group to say, ‘hello. you’re new here..’
    i look forward to reading more.
    z

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  5. Thanks for visiting my blog .. Wow what a life of memories and experiences .. Brave is i guess a word where for some of us it would certainly be going out of our comfort zone to live overseas 🙂 looking forward to reading of your wonderful life adventures 🙂

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  7. Hi Angela, What a fantastic life you are living! You are the definition of intrepid and I applaud you. And I realize that it’s not all roses, but you’ll never regret a minute. Can’t wait to read lots more. All the best, Terri

    • Oh, wow! Thank you! 🙂 I love the west coast of Canada (well, I’ve only been to Vancouver, but I fell in love with it instantly). I look forward to checking out more of your blog and learning more!

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