May Inspirational Read: The Yellow Envelope

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The Yellow Envelope is a inspirational tale of a round the world trip full of excitement, emotions, and adventures. The author Kim Dinan uses her experiences during their trip to tell a tale much bigger than just travel. This underlying theme explains what the history of the Yellow Envelope is and how a single kind act bestowed upon Kim and her husband Brian before their trip started would change their lives in ways they could not imagine. Their kind hearts and genital spirits passed out love and kindness across the world to help those in need, repay kindness, and even leave a legacy of the their friends who started it all with the single gift.

You will be inspired to travel, leave your comfort zone, and start your own Yellow Envelope fund to pass on the kindness to others and continue an epic legacy.  Kim and Brian’s travels take them through Ecuador, Peru, Nepal, Germany and beyond, Kim and Brian face obstacles along the way, including major challenges to their relationship, broken down rickshaws, and

As Kim distributes the gift to people she meets during the trip she learns that money is simply a thing to give but giving of  oneself is transformational.

I really enjoyed the book. The mix of travel stories and personal transformation will keep you engaged with the story and all of the characters along the way. If you are looking for your next adventure story to cure that couch bound wanderlust this is the book for you.

About the Author: Kim Dinan is a freelance writer and blogger whose travel blog, So Many Places, receives over 200,000 unique visitors per year. Her work has appeared in Backpacker Magazine and Northwest Travel Magazine, among others.

Learn more about the book and purchase it today on Amazon!

Full Disclosure: The book was purchased with my own money and I was not compensated for my review. All of the opinions are my own.

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