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Tips in Friendship Etiquette [1 min video]

Lessons in Friendship Etiquette –

Is it wise to send a text message to a friend or loved one when there’s something important (or potentially upsetting) to get off our chest?…

Here’s a lesson learned from comedian Susan Brame on thinking twice before sending a text message.

Worth considering: can it wait for a face to face meeting or atleast a phone call?

Also worth remembering that people can react quickly and defensively when instant-messaging back.

It can take courage to say what we honestly feel in person, but it shows how much we value the person and how much we’re prepared to make an effort to work at the friendship.

Thanks to South Australian comedian Susan Brame for sharing her experience.

What life lessons have you learned in friendship or relationships? Do you have a top tip? Or do you have a question you’d like answered? Would love to hear from you. 

Why Travel: The Big Picture

Why travel? The Yolo Babes have some enlightening insights from their road tripping across America…

Check out their blog below.

Love these girls…So inspiring!

Stay tuned for their video blog coming soon  – they’re going to answer a few questions especially for ‘Enlighten Me…’:) 

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Embrace Spontaneity on the Road

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The Yolo Babes

When thinking about travel, we tend to get caught up in the excitement of it all instead of thinking about what it really means to be going somewhere new. You see each time you travel, if you do it right, you have the unique opportunity to come back with more than a few cheap souvenirs and  memories—if you do it right, you’ll come back with more respect for others and in turn, a greater world view.

Not to be cheesy, but I think Maya Angelou put it best when she said:

Perhaps travel cannot prevent bigotry, but by demonstrating that all peoples cry, laugh, eat, worry, and die, it can introduce the idea that if we try and understand each other, we may even become friends.

Seeing the world from other people’s perspectives, experiencing life in their shoes not only gives you a better understanding of why they are the…

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