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Emilee Mae Struss is a native of north-central Minnesota and a graduate of Minnesota State University, Mankato, with a degree in creative writing. She has published works in Sun Valley Magazine, Boise Territory, Western Home Journal, South 85 Journal, Storyville Projects I and II, Lake Country Journal, and Merrell.com, where she participated as a sponsored outdoor athlete. She resides in northwest Florida and works as an editor and practitioner of the healing arts.
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The Raw and Honest Journey of a Nomad in Her Twenties
by Emilee Mae Struss

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The twenties are supposed to be THE YEARS, right? You're free and you have your whole life in front of you. You're young, thin as you'll ever be, and can make your own decisions. But therein lies the problem: all of the decisions you have to make in your twenties. Where am I going to live? What do I believe in? What type of relationship do I desire? Who am I? What are my passions? Why am I here? Emilee Mae takes you not only to the near-death experience that shaped her early twenties, but also into the depths of making big decisions. After falling seventy feet out of a tree at eighteen years old, Emilee Mae begins a trek around the world to discover her purpose. From living in South Africa with impoverished children, to traveling with missionaries in Peru, to backpacking in the Idaho desert with troubled youth, Emilee Mae's journey is packed with stories leaving you wishing for more.
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The twenties are supposed to be THE YEARS, right? You're free and you have your whole life in front of you. You're young, thin as you'll ever be, and can make your own decisions. But therein lies the problem: all of the decisions you have to make in your twenties. Where am I going to live? What do I believe in? What type of relationship do I desire? Who am I? What are my passions? Why am I here? Emilee Mae takes you not only to the near-death experience that shaped her early twenties, but also into the depths of making big decisions. After falling seventy feet out of a tree at eighteen years old, Emilee Mae begins a trek around the world to discover her purpose. From living in South Africa with impoverished children, to traveling with missionaries in Peru, to backpacking in the Idaho desert with troubled youth, Emilee Mae's journey is packed with stories leaving you wishing for more.
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Overview


The twenties are supposed to be THE YEARS, right? You're free and you have your whole life in front of you. You're young, thin as you'll ever be, and can make your own decisions. But therein lies the problem: all of the decisions you have to make in your twenties. Where am I going to live? What do I believe in? What type of relationship do I desire? Who am I? What are my passions? Why am I here? Emilee Mae takes you not only to the near-death experience that shaped her early twenties, but also into the depths of making big decisions. After falling seventy feet out of a tree at eighteen years old, Emilee Mae begins a trek around the world to discover her purpose. From living in South Africa with impoverished children, to traveling with missionaries in Peru, to backpacking in the Idaho desert with troubled youth, Emilee Mae's journey is packed with stories leaving you wishing for more.

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Description


The twenties are supposed to be THE YEARS, right? You're free and you have your whole life in front of you. You're young, thin as you'll ever be, and can make your own decisions. But therein lies the problem: all of the decisions you have to make in your twenties. Where am I going to live? What do I believe in? What type of relationship do I desire? Who am I? What are my passions? Why am I here? Emilee Mae takes you not only to the near-death experience that shaped her early twenties, but also into the depths of making big decisions. After falling seventy feet out of a tree at eighteen years old, Emilee Mae begins a trek around the world to discover her purpose. From living in South Africa with impoverished children, to traveling with missionaries in Peru, to backpacking in the Idaho desert with troubled youth, Emilee Mae's journey is packed with stories leaving you wishing for more.

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Book details

Genre:BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY

Subgenre:Personal Memoirs

Language:English

Pages:186

eBook ISBN:9781737630876

Paperback ISBN:9781737630869


Overview


The twenties are supposed to be THE YEARS, right? You're free and you have your whole life in front of you. You're young, thin as you'll ever be, and can make your own decisions. But therein lies the problem: all of the decisions you have to make in your twenties. Where am I going to live? What do I believe in? What type of relationship do I desire? Who am I? What are my passions? Why am I here? Emilee Mae takes you not only to the near-death experience that shaped her early twenties, but also into the depths of making big decisions. After falling seventy feet out of a tree at eighteen years old, Emilee Mae begins a trek around the world to discover her purpose. From living in South Africa with impoverished children, to traveling with missionaries in Peru, to backpacking in the Idaho desert with troubled youth, Emilee Mae's journey is packed with stories leaving you wishing for more.

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Description


The twenties are supposed to be THE YEARS, right? You're free and you have your whole life in front of you. You're young, thin as you'll ever be, and can make your own decisions. But therein lies the problem: all of the decisions you have to make in your twenties. Where am I going to live? What do I believe in? What type of relationship do I desire? Who am I? What are my passions? Why am I here? Emilee Mae takes you not only to the near-death experience that shaped her early twenties, but also into the depths of making big decisions. After falling seventy feet out of a tree at eighteen years old, Emilee Mae begins a trek around the world to discover her purpose. From living in South Africa with impoverished children, to traveling with missionaries in Peru, to backpacking in the Idaho desert with troubled youth, Emilee Mae's journey is packed with stories leaving you wishing for more.

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About the author


Emilee Mae Struss is a native of north-central Minnesota and a graduate of Minnesota State University, Mankato, with a degree in creative writing. She has published works in Sun Valley Magazine, Boise Territory, Western Home Journal, South 85 Journal, Storyville Projects I and II, Lake Country Journal, and Merrell.com, where she participated as a sponsored outdoor athlete. She resides in northwest Florida and works as an editor and practitioner of the healing arts.

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