Tag Archives: Destiny Yarbro

Why I’m Moving to Vietnam Today!

This afternoon I am starting my nearly 24 hour journey to Ho Chi Minh City! I fly from Salt Lake City to Oakland to Los Angeles to Taipei to Ho Chi Minh. The reasons why I’m going are not as clear … Continue reading

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Deaf Traveler Featured on Insider

Calvin, the founder of Seek the World was featured on INSIDER this week! He is a traveler who just happens to be Deaf. WATCH THE INSIDER VIDEO HERE >> Seek the World is a blog and YouTube channel with videos from … Continue reading

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I’m Officially Moving to Vietnam!

I just purchased my ONE WAY ticket to Ho Chi Minh City tonight! I am officially moving to Vietnam on March 8th, 2016! For years I have dreamed of this – I can’t believe it’s actually happening! And for those … Continue reading

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If you dream of traveling to Europe…no more ‘scuses…

Originally posted on my other blog: www.ldsnomad.com Just yesterday my mission trainer was telling me that she wants to go back to Hungary for a visit, but $800-1200 tickets are just too much for her little family. Agreed, that’s WAY … Continue reading

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5 Reasons Why I’m Grateful to be in Utah

Growing up, I never planned on living in Utah. In fact, I was kind of against it. But, with it being Thanksgiving, I’m just feeling so grateful to be here this morning. The Lord knew I needed to be here at this … Continue reading

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8+ Questions I Ask BEFORE Au Pairing Abroad

Living abroad as an au pair can be a great way to support yourself while traveling. I have been an au pair in Germany and Turkey through AuPairWorld.com. Both experiences were vastly different from each other and I learned a lot in the … Continue reading

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I Got a New/Old Job at the Church!

At the start of the summer, I quit my wonderful job at the Church. I had been working in Disability Services and Deaf Support for the last year and a half. Obviously, it was the most incredible job and my … Continue reading

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How Many Spoons Do I Have Left? What I Wish Everyone Understood About Seizures

Some of you know I have a type of seizure disorder. It affects my life more some days than other days. Until the last two years I’ve tried to pretend it doesn’t exist and avoided telling people about it. Thankfully, … Continue reading

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19 Ways the Deaf World is Hogwarts

Hermione: “Feels strange to be going home, doesn’t it?” Harry: “I’m not going home. Not really.”   1. Just like the world of magic exists alongside the ignorant muggle world, the Deaf world exists alongside the hearing world.      …Often … Continue reading

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I got the letter that I’ve been waiting on for 2 1/2 years!

Hello Everyone! I arrived home last night and opened up a letter from the IRS: VIDEO “Dear Applicant: We’re pleased to tell you we determined you’re exempt from federal income tax under Internal Revenue Code Section 501(c)3. Donors can deduct … Continue reading

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