Jessie Spielvogel

Bahamas Shark Diving – Travel Day One

Paul Spielvogel, Peige Turner, and Yours Truly
Paul Spielvogel, Peige Turner, and Yours Truly

I arrived in Fort Lauderdale from Washington, D.C. on Tuesday afternoon and stepped off of the plane to feel the hot humid air ā€“ my favorite! Most people think Iā€™m weird for embracing the hot humidity, but it makes me feel right at home and happy.

I met up with my dad who was coming in from Houston, and we dropped our bags at the Fort Lauderdale Ramada hotel, and a friend of mine who lives here recommended we check out a local seafood joint called 15th Street Fisheries. It was a huge hit ā€“ it’s right on the water overlooking a dock where we could see fish swimming around beneath us and giant boats that I could never afford off in the distance. The food was great and the weather was perfect! Read more

There really ARE plenty of fish in the sea… (and a bit of a sharky adventure)!

Every time that I travel somewhere, I always come back a little bit changed compared to the way I was before I left. Traveling introduces you to new experiences, new people, new perspectives, new foods, and new sleep patterns. Everything about traveling provides the opportunity to open your eyes to something you may have never considered before. Or, maybe it opens your eyes to something that seems to be common knowledge and seems to be obvious, but you’ve just never really thought about it in detail before.

When I went on a quick road trip to Tennessee and back, I learned 10 important lessons about myself and my business. When I first started building up Split Aces Media, I learned 25 important lessons in just four short months of traveling while working.

This latest adventure was no different. My eyes have been opened to a whole new world, and I am so excited that I was able to be a part of it. Read more

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