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“Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness.” – Mark Twain

I’m Jenn, a twenty-something aspiring entrepreneur and bon vivant living in the South.  Since taking my first plane trip at the age of nine, I’ve been completed infatuated with travel. I like finding new adventures, discovering new places, meeting new people, and making memories that will last a lifetime. It all sounds very cliché, but that’s what I’m about. There are things to see, do, and discuss on this little planet of ours, and I plan to see as much of it as I can. This blog is a record of what I’ve seen so far, and everything I’ll see in the future.

Follow me on Twitter, or shoot me an e-mail at: girl on a jet plane [@] gmail [.] com.

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  1. We would love you to consider a link exchange.

    My partner Danielle and I are currently traveling to nearly every country in Africa (we are writing now from Dakar, Senegal) meeting with farmers, workers, NGO’s and community groups writing about innovations and projects that our working to alliviate hunger and poverty. We travel blog everyday at BorderJumpers (www.borderjumpers.org). We are trying to highlight stories of hope and success.

    Thanks so much for your consideration!

    All the best, Bernie and Dani

    Posted by Bernard Pollack | May 6, 2010, 12:35 pm
  2. Hey,

    I love your blog and I was hoping you would be a guest blogger on my blog. You have my email address. Please let me know if you are interested.

    Thanks,

    George

    Posted by George | June 29, 2010, 12:18 pm
  3. I wanted to know if you would be interested in one of two things for your blog. My company (www.StoryTimeForMe.com) produces multimedia children’s books and we are looking to work with mom bloggers in a couple of capacities…

    1) We could let you host a traditional giveaway, which means that you would give 2 free children’s books to each of your readers/followers OR…

    2) We could work out an affiliate program where you could do the same giveaway but we would pay you for your efforts. Not only would we pay you for the initial sale, we would pay you on every sale made from referral customers, with no limitations. You will need to watch this short presentation to understand what I mean. http://storytimeforme.com/online-retailers/. But it works the same way, you can either place a banner on your site or add a signature line at the end of each of your giveaways telling your readers about the free books. When they are sold on the product and buy more, you earn a commission. And when they refer friends, and those friends refer others who make a purchase (with no end) you earn the same commission. It’s a very compelling program that I think you’ll like.

    Here is a link for a short 2 minute demo of our product http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SJ___Bcx3to (You will be amazed at how a children’s book comes to life with animation, professional narration, music, sound effects and word highlighting.

    If you think this would be a good fit for your blog, I would love to speak further with you. Please email me at sgitt@ytimeforme.com and simply reference that you found us via the product review place website.

    Best,

    Susan Gitt

    VP Corporate Accounts

    Story Time For Me, Inc.

    sgitt@storytimeforme.com

    314-863-6100 (phone & fax)

    314-374-5014 (cell)

    Posted by susan gitt | October 4, 2010, 1:32 pm
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