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Apr 27 2012

A Brief Blog Profile: Almost Fearless

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by Thomas Hynes

 

Almost Fearless is one of those blogs that's about what it's about, but it's really also about so much more. Ok, that was confusing. Hear me out. It's a travel blog. The author, Christine, lives abroad. Her and her husband (and their baby, Cole) are constantly traveling. So, yeah, it's a travel blog. But it's a lot more than that. Or, anyway, that doesn't tell it all.

Almost Fearless is the story of a woman who quit her corporate job and sold everything to be with her man overseas. She actually sold her stuff. I love that! People talk a big game about wanting to sell everything and see the world. And by people, I of course mean myself. I wish I had the nerve to do something like that. (Don't you?) Well, Christine has done that. She is, as they say, living the dream. Now, look, this is a serious travel blog, too. Here are posts on the Thai Flying Lantern Festival and Backpacking Through SE Asia With a Toddler if you don't believe me. But I'm more interested in the post about how her husband lost his job and the fear they felt at the prospect of his lost income, while simultaneously embracing the uncertainty of what lay ahead for them and their family. That's not unique to the travel industry. That's something everyone encounters at one point or another. And that's what sets this blog apart.

Also, I really love the name of this blog, and all that it implies. It's ok to be almost fearless. We can move incrementally away from that which restricts us. We can do this in parts. It doesn't have to be all at once. Almost is ok. It's a baby step; an inch closer to a more perfect life, or at least, the life we want.

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