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Travel
January 30, 2013

2013: A Year to Embrace Delicious Ambiguity…

2012 was a year of transformation. Globally, the world witnessed continued changes in the Middle East, the 30th Olympics Games were held in London, and Burma opened its doors. It was also a year of transformation for the blog. With the help of several wonderful Kickstarter backers, the first season of 6 Months to Live made its debut! The blog got a…
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Pool & Hot Tub
Travel
December 18, 2012

Hot Tub Ambassador

"Buenos dìas! Buenos dìas!" said the full-faced smiling boy, as he bobbed around the hot tub in his turtle and seahorse covered flota. He made his rounds to all the Mexican, American, and Canadian guests at the El Cid, the marina/hotel I'm staying at in Mazatlan, waving everyone hello before pausing on a manmade rock to speak with me. Rock where Diego and…
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Distraction
TravelUncategorized
December 8, 2012

The Adventure Begins (Again!)

I just finished a journal I began in August. At the time I was living in San Francisco, going through the motions. Job, apartment, and friends were all good, but it felt like something was missing. I took a “date with Jackie” day, which essentially means spending most of the day alone doing whatever I feel like. Most of those…
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(c) Arianna’s Random Thoughts
Life Experiments
November 1, 2012

Celebrating You!

I'm excited to announce 6 Months to Live's first guest Life Experiments' post by Arianna Merritt from Arianna's Random Thoughts! Many thanks to Arianna for sharing her experiment and photos. Feel free to submit your ideas and life experiments as well to sixmonthstolive@gmail.com Read more about Arianna's journey to celebrating herself and others below: Meet Arianna Merritt from (c) Arianna’s Random Thoughts Celebrating You:…
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It's time to walk across
Choice
October 15, 2012

The Best Adventures Begin with Choice

Most epic stories or adventures begin with a dramatic life change. Elizabeth Gilbert, author of Eat, Pray, Love, decided to go on an incredible journey to Italy, India, and Indonesia after a devastating break up. Elliot's life was completely turned upside down when E.T. arrived. Queen Elizabeth I took the throne as England's first sole female monarch after the death of her…
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(C)Riyaz Mamdani
Guest Posts
July 9, 2012

“Letting Go” by Saara Ali

Very excited to feature 6 Months to Live's first guest post, "Letting Go," by Saara Ali! Her post speaks to her experiences working with women on a farm in Africa and the incredible life lessons they've taught her. Read more about Saara below and be sure to check out her blog, Growing in Africa . Letting Go What surprises people…
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Imagine the Impossible
ChoiceCourageHeartLifeLife changing momentspassionQuestions that CountSoulTrust
December 30, 2011

Cleaning House: Making Room for a New Year

The Chinese have a beautiful tradition for Spring Festival, or Chinese New Year. Each family cleans their house thoroughly before the end of the year. In mopping, dusting, and sweeping every nook and cranny, the old energy of the previous year is cleared away, and there is space for the new. On the first day of the new year (according…
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Meet Currie Rose!
Being the ChangeCourageProfiles
November 19, 2011

Based on a True Story: Meet Currie Rose

One of blogging's many beauties is that it opens doors to meet new people around the world.  Shortly after I started my blog, I began "wandering" around the internet.  I wanted to see what other people had to share.  It was a day like any other when I read "Based on a True Story" and met an extraordinarily inspirational individual,…
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ChillDog
Why not?
November 17, 2009

Day 6: Why Not?

How many times have we been told at some point in our lives, "You can't do that!"?  Like most children, I often responded with, "Why not?" As children, the "Why Not?" mantra is so prevalent that the infamous "because I said so" reply gradually transforms into "because that's the way it is"  or "it can't be done" and many of…
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