What’s easier now than later? Debbie Newhouse responds

August 01st, 2006 - 1 Comment

Debbie Newhouse, Training Specialist at Google, writes:

To travel…be sure to take the chance to travel in those “in between” times… just before starting grad school, before you start your first job. Take a few months just for yourself and explore. Don’t worry much about the money. You’ll have more money later, but you won’t have time.

Deb (who went to Venice, Fiji, Japan, Mexico, France and Italy in her 20s, but nothing non-U.S. since having kids in her 30s)

See the original article that inspired this, It Never Gets Easier Than Now.

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  1. Seriously! I agree wholeheartedly. I took 2 trips to Europe between graduating and starting my first real full-time job 2 months later–visited the UK, Amsterdam, Italy, Switzerland, and France. I definitely feel like it will be much harder to get away for any significant amount of time now that I work an 8-5 job, and I don’t even have dependents to worry about yet!