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Steve Brock has traveled to over 40 countries but tries to maintain the wonder of that very first trip. As a creativity aficionado, branding exec, and relentlessly curious explorer, he helps others connect their outer journey (travel) with their inner longings, creative interests, and passions. Find out more about connecting what you love with where you go at www.ExploreYourWorlds.com.
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When Traveling Styles Collide

“The worst place with the right person can be amazing. The best place with the wrong person can be miserable.” For years, that’s the advice I’ve given to anyone planning on traveling with others....

Taking a Light and Land Photo Tour

“The clouds you don’t see are as important as those you do.” This was one of the many maxims gifted to us by our leader Charlie Waite during our two-day photo tour in Dorset,...

Secluded China: Finding Your Space in the World’s Most Populous Place

The Chinese character for “alone” is the same as that for “lonely.” In Chinese culture, it is hard to differentiate between the two meanings. For those of us who come from more individualistic Western...

A Layover with Steve Brock

Traveling immerses us in the world, but sometimes in the less eventful moments in between destinations, we just need to escape. “The Layover” is a weekly roundup of books, music, podcasts, and other forms...

One Night in Marrakech

I arrived in Marrakech with my two college-aged sons, the older of whom was quite ill from a bad meal in Cairo the day before. We checked into our riad (a traditional Moroccan home...

A Night in the Desert

Like most of us, I look for “authentic” experiences when I travel, ones that don’t feel manufactured for tourists. Using that definition, a camel ride to a Moroccan desert camp filled with tents, carpeted...

Snowed in at Sidney, Nebraska: Discovering the Beauty of Micro-Journeys

My son and I left Oklahoma on a cloudy Sunday morning with 2,000 miles before us. The accumulation of four years of college life filled every crevice of his old Honda Accord, leaving minimal...

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