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Join Me at 10am PST for Lifehack Live! Today: Susan Sabo and I Talk About Travel

Join Me at 10am PST for Lifehack Live! Today: Susan Sabo and I Talk About Travel

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    Join me live for today’s recording of Lifehack Live at 10am PST. Visit the site and listen to the live stream, and call in during the show with your own questions and comments.

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    Today, I’ll be speaking with Susan Sabo of Productivity Cafe (and a regular here at Lifehack) about travel. Susan’s visited almost 50 countries, on her own and paying her own way! We’ll talk about how to afford travel, how to get the most out of it, and what there is to gain from a life of extensive travel.

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