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Published 3 months ago • 1 min read

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I wanted to make sure you knew: tomorrow’s the last day to join my Insider Oaxaca trip.

If you’re still on the fence, let me share this spot-on IG post from my friend Janessa (@janessajstorlie on Instagram) about why travel is so important:

Now, Janessa is an incredibly supportive friend, and she’s also completely right. Travel IS important for our mental and emotional health—in fact, that’s one of the core beliefs of my business.

For me, travel is all about connection (something Janessa also happens to be an expert in). The new experiences that travel brings connect us to ourselves, to others, to our world, and sometimes to something even greater.

That’s why I’ve baked connection into my Insider Oaxaca itinerary.

The group is super small so we can all get to know each other and have meaningful conversations and a lot of laughs.

We’ll have plenty of opportunities to interact with locals and experience the incredible culture, from cuisine to ruins to indigenous markets.

There’s downtime for relaxing, exploring, reflecting, or whatever else you want to do (you do you!)

And we’ll be constantly surrounded by the beauty of the region’s art, architecture, crafts, scenery, and style.

So if you’re craving more connection, more inspiration, or just more FUN, join me!

Grab your spot on my Insider Oaxaca journey before doors close tomorrow!

Ciao for now!

P.S. Sign up now for my incredible Insider Oaxaca trip! Spots are limited and doors close TOMORROW—you don’t want to miss out!

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