In this engaging and polarizing next meet up, our guest speaker, Stephanie Si, will be doing a presentation on her journey to all seven continents.

Here is Stephanie Si’s presentation description:

Why You’ll Feel Like A Sad Failure On Your Deathbed (Unless You Do Something About It)

You want to be successful and happy. But how can you be, if your current life lacks things you’re passionate about, that inspire you?

Sure, you have successful and happy moments, but they’re fleeting. You fear you’ll be one of those old and/or dying people who wastes their final, precious time mourning their many failures and regrets. In fact, you dread this more than old age or death itself–that you wasted your one life away.

I, Stephanie Si of TheWhorelyVirgin.com, was like you before, and I’ve transformed into a passionate, inspired, successful, and happy being by learning from those same old and/or dying people. Among their most prevalent failures and regrets are “I should’ve traveled more!” and “I should’ve worked less!” And indeed, traveling more and working less has been my catalyst and wanderlust my passion and inspiration that makes me successful and happy almost every single moment.

Wanderlust has brought me to all 7 continents and all 5 oceans … Yes, even Antarctica!

[1] Antarctica: These Antarctic Gentoo penguins want you to take the leap and travel, too:

 

On Saturday, July 30, you’ll learn from Stephanie Si on how to start traveling:

• How to travel from the comfort of your own home and city (and earn $250 from Airbnb in the process https://host.withairbnb.com/?c=hostvan17)

•  How to integrate travel into your current life
(Note: Many of you have yet to travel consistently because you think or have been told that travel is an either/or proposition. Either you completely change your life, quit your job, and really travel OR you live your current life and only dream about travel. I’ll teach you something new: how to keep the positives of your current life–like a steady income–and add passionate, inspired travel.)

•  How to travel safely, especially in South America and Africa
(Note: Many of you have yet to travel consistently because you think or have been told that travel is “dangerous.” Like everything in life, it can be. I’ll teach you how to minimize your travel risks and travel safely.)

•  How to travel in trips of 2 weeks to 2 months that are easy to manage

• How to travel on a budget, backpack, and couch surf

• How to travel with dependents

• How traveling the world has been my best education

• How traveling the world has transformed my life and life philosophy

• And of course, how to gain meaningful memories and relationships from your travels that, when you’re in your final, precious time, will have you genuinely smiling and laughing at a life wonderfully lived

Here’s more about marvelous me, Stephanie Si:

I nickname myself TheWhorelyVirgin.com for good reason. I’ve BEEN AROUND (to 33 countries).

And I’ll TRY ANYTHING. Such as technically enter North Korea through The Demilitarized Zone, which despite its name, is the planet’s most heavily armed border.

 

[2] Asia — Kijong-dong, The Demilitarized Zone, North Korea North Korea prefers a barren treeless landscape near its border so it can immediately detect any surprise attacks from the South.

 

Or how about dive with sharks Down Under, cageless?

 

[3] Australia — Manly, New South Wales
This grey nurse shark is totally chanting “Oi Oi Oi” to my “Aussie Aussie Aussie.

 

My passion for wandering the weird walks of life makes even boring ol’ North America thrilling.

 

[4] North America — Ketchikan, Alaska, United States
The curtain flowers in a gentleman’s club are made of condoms, progressing America’s proud history of innovation.

 

I’ll even uncover weird jewels on the well-worn track across Europe.

 

[5] Europe — Gibraltar
St Michael’s Cave, also an auditorium/theater that hosts concerts, really rocks out.

 

Most importantly, I’ve learned that the “mold” we’re all sold should only be a suggestion, instead of a life sentence. People may live differently than we do in the West, but they’ve likewise determined or are determining how to be functional, happy societies.

 

[6] South America — Castro, Isla Chiloe, Chile
Even the most secluded and conservative parts of South America love to liven with color.

 

People are understandable when we try to understand them.

 

[7] Africa — Casablanca, Grand Casablanca, Morocco (an Islamic country) The Hassan II Mosque’s laser light is NOT a weapon; it’s simply pointing towards Islam’s holiest city of Mecca, Saudi Arabia as an homage.

 

Connect with me at TheWhorelyVirgin.com and stephanie_si@hotmail.com.

Meet you Saturday, July 30!

Please RSVP if you plan on attending this meet up. This is our second to the last minute before we go on hibernation for a year while I travel the world. We may or may not restart the meet up again when I come back. We’ve been getting full house attendance as of late so make sure to sign up early if you want to reserve a spot for yourself. See you there!

How Wanderlust Brought Stephanie Si to All 7 Continents Including Antarctica

Saturday, Jul 30, 2016, 6:00 PM

Vancity No. 2 and Blundell
6020 Blundell Rd #130 Richmond, BC

27 International Frequent Travelers Attending

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