Hi Adventure Philanthropists,
To all those Dads out there – Happy Father’s Day! Here’s wishing all you hard-working family men the special day (read: rest and relaxation) you deserve! A special shout out to my brother Jeff, the father of four kids that keep him on his toes!
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And now for the articles this week:
I’m not alone in disliking Sheryl Sandberg’s book Lean In. But rather than dissing Sandberg, I want to thank her for what I was able to take away from her story – including a good look at my own definition of success.
Favorite: Anatomy of Antarctica *Video*
During my expedition I so enjoyed the lectures given by the on-board scientists. One thing I learned is that the “continent” of Antarctica is really a series of islands covered in ice. Check this post out for more facts and my first *video* impression of the White Continent:
Photo of the Week: Let’s do some Orangutan Yoga!
Orangutans are a species of great apes that are native to Indonesia and Malaysia. I snapped this photo during a multiday stay at a rainforest camp in Borneo. During my days in the sweaty jungle, we had amazing orangutan sightings -- truly lucky to see these creatures in their nature habitat!
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See you on the road!