“A triumphant journey about losing yourself, finding yourself and coming home again. Hitch yourself to their ride: you’ll embark on a transformative journey of your own.” ~Allison Winn Scotch, New York Times bestselling author of The One That I Want and Time of My Life

The Lost Girls:

Three friends. Four continents. One unconventional detour around the world.

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Say Yes

As an explorer and equality advocate, I have learned the importance of embracing life's blurry lines.

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Why Financial Freedom Is So Important For Living Your Dreams

Nely Galan, author of SELF MADE, believes there is no true empowerment until you are financially self-reliant. Here is her real-world advice for taking ownership of your money so you can follow your passions, whatever they may be.

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A White Male Ally On How To Create Connection In The Workplace

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