One of the most amazing things about travel is who you meet and the connections you make along the way.
You learn that all people are basically the same. We have the same hopes and dreams, the same concerns and fears. It doesn’t take long to realize that we’re all connected by a shared humanity.
When we hear news from the White House, we think about what we’ve learned from our travel experiences and how it’s shaped who we are. These ideas are so important and we can’t forget them regardless of what’s going on in the world. Press ▶ below.
(Video by Sarah Nathan)
Get out there. And help us create a better tomorrow.
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Jack has spent his professional career as a writer and editor. Before joining Rustic, he worked as a journalist in Kansas and Colorado, taught English in Swaziland, and transitioned to marketing roles in the Boston and New York startup worlds. Jack is excited to channel his love of storytelling and his appreciation for education as Rustic’s Content Production Manager. When not working, Jack is either watching baseball or planning his next adventure. Jack and his wife, Blythe, live in Brooklyn.