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Two o'clock on a Tuesday at Trevi Fountain : a search for an unconventional life abroad / Helene Sula.

Sula, Helene, (author.).

"Helene Sula (@heleneinbetween) always knew she wanted to pursue something a little different from a "normal life"--not an outright rejection of the conventional path many of her peers embraced but one that empowered her to experience other cultures and corners of the globe. To lead a stable life and travel the world. To seek adventure and still be happily married. Helene's story proves that a life of travel doesn't have to be the antithesis of stability; rather it can be an integral part of a vibrant, satisfying existence. In her debut memoir, Helene shares the measured steps she took to pursue her dreams of becoming an international travel blogger. Through her honest and straightforward writing style, Helene conveys her story of self-discovery and encourages readers to take risks and pursue their own passions. This book will resonate with anyone who has ever felt stuck in a mundane career or routine and wants a fresh start without completely starting over. Even--or perhaps especially--for someone who fears change, the secret lies in taking the plunge." -- Provided by publisher.
Like many young professionals, Helene settled into a steady 9-5, watching the clock tick by and dreaming of seeing the world one day. But after a climbing accident leaves her bedbound for months, she finds a new voice connecting with others online and starts a blog to write about her true passion: travel. When her blog takes off and a sponsored trip overseas opens her eyes, she wonders: could she lead a stable life while traveling the world? From skinny dipping in the icy Baltic and hiking Germany's storied Black Forest, to wrestling with visa applications and apartment hunting in medieval Heidelberg, Helene shares the realities--both the magical and the mundane--that come with chasing bold dreams and learning that home is where you make it. For those who fear change, the secret lies in taking calculated risks. Uplifting yet candid, this travel memoir will inspire others to take chances and transform their own lives. But you don't have to uproot your life to find meaning--just have the heart to take a leap. --from Amazon.

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  • ISBN: 9781958803417
  • ISBN: 1958803413
  • Physical Description: 223 pages : black and white illustrations ; 23 cm
  • Publisher: Bend, Oregon : Blue Star Press, 2024.
Subject: Sula, Helene.
International travel.
Women travelers.
Women adventurers.
Conduct of life.
Genre: Travel writing.

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  • 1 of 1 copy available at Nazareth. (Show)
  • 1 of 1 copy available at Memorial Library of Nazareth and Vicinity.


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Memorial Library of Nazareth and Vicinity 910.9 SUL 2024 (Text) 31001101925957 Adult Non Fiction Recently Returned -

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