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Ecuador needs your help.

The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that recently struck Ecuador was one of the worst natural disasters the country has experienced in decades. At least 587 have died and thousands are left homeless.  The last quake occurred at 3 am last night, April 22nd, 100 miles off the coast, with a 6.0 magnitude.  Landmass is donating to Ecuador’s current earthquake crisis but needs your help. For the next week, beginning April 22nd, Landmass will donate $10 dollars to Save the Children's efforts in Ecuador.  Everything is transparent and authentic.  Save the Children is well known for having one of the most efficient charities in existence and is directly helping the Ecuadorian cause. Here's a review of their organization at charitynavigator.org An excerpt from the Save the Children website...

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Amanda of Burger Abroad - Minimalist.

What’s your site about and what are you working on this week? My site is a travel blog that focuses on unique travel tips, destinations, vegan food, and living a minimalist lifestyle. This week I have actually just written a revised post on everything that I currently own and travel with full-time. For people who haven’t begun their journey, what is one thing you want them to know about the world? It’s a lot less scarier than you’d think. What’s the country you traveled to where you felt the most connected, and why? I really fell in love with Iceland. I appreciated how they’re so eco-friendly and green as a nation, and the natural beauty there is absolutely stunning. What’s...

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Mimi of The Atlas Heart - The Kaleidoscopic Introvert

What’s your site about and what are you working on this week?        My site is a travel blog (The Atlas Heart) that is about slow travel, craft beer, outdoor adventures, festivals, and all the random bits in between. I like to use the term, seeing the world through a kaleidoscope lens, since I try to portray as many different perspectives and cultures on my blog as possible. My goal is to keep an open mind and an Atlas Heart throughout my travels and tales.        This week I’m working on a massive write-up about my favorite traditional and wacky Kiwi foods to try in New Zealand, one of my favorite countries and a place that...

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Anna of Global Galivanting - Goa Guru

What’s your site about and what are you working on this week? Hi, I’m Anna! I’m originally from sleepy Suffolk in the UK but have been on an indefinite journey around India, Southeast Asia and Australia since December 2012. I want to dispel the myth that travel is expensive, difficult and dangerous and show others that making travel your lifestyle is totally achievable. That’s why I set up my blog Global Gallivanting to inspire and help others to travel on a budget and to live, work and volunteer abroad.  At the moment I’m living in Goa, India, this week I’m working on some blog posts sharing all my insider tips to Goa and working on some freelance writing projects but I’m really...

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