Go Erin Go Newsletter

Hi Adventure Philanthropists,

With the New Year, I am off and running! Leaving my sweet boat abode behind, I had a frightfully chilly 3-day stopover in NYC, before heading to the warm waters of the Caribbean. Excited to ditch the snow and boots in favor of sand and slippers!

How about you? Any travel on the New Year horizon? Write and fill me in!

Adventure Philanthropist: More Fear > For January, I selected the Birthing Project USA to receive the profits from the sale of my eBook bonus chapter. The Birthing Project USA is the only national African American maternal and child health program in this country working for better birth outcomes by providing practical support to women during pregnancy and for one year after the birth of their children.

Download your own copy of More Fear for $0.99 eBook for Kindle, iBook & nook.

Adventure Philanthropist: Great Adventures Volunteering Abroad > And don’t forget the main book in the series, available in print and eBook versions via Lulu.com & Amazon.

And now for the articles this week:

New > Thoughts on Impermanence

My friend David gave me a book called Impermanence: Embracing Change, which focused on the idea of impermanence as a central Buddhist concept and as a universal concern. It asked the question: What does it mean that we are constantly changing? Here’s my answer…


Favorite > MESSAGE: Croatia *Video*

TV advertisements for Croatia describe it as “Europe as it used to be,” which is pretty accurate. This incredibly beautiful country has an amazingly rugged coastline, picturesque islands in clear Adriatic waters, and medieval walled towns! Don’t miss my 7 insights into this quaint country.

Dubrovnik-Kayakers photo by Go Erin Go

Photo of the Week > Watering Hole, Daintree National Park

This snap was taken during a short hike to reach a waterfall and swimming hole at the northern bit of Queensland in Daintree National Park. This protected wilderness is one of the oldest rainforests in the world and jealously guarded by the mighty cassowary and crocs.


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Hope to see ya on the road in 2015!


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