The term “mojo” has evolved over the years, but in modern American culture, mojo is often a synonym for attitude, spirit, energy and creativity.
We all have our own mojo, a uniqueness or dream that is ours and ours alone. Mojo is a reflection of our soul. It travels with us anywhere and can be found anywhere. Mojo is the essence of exploration and adventure, especially when the destination is just down the road and around the bend.
My mojo is rooted in the corn and soybeans fields of my family farm in southern Illinois, but it has taken me to places that little farm girl could not have imagined so many years ago – riding camels on the Sinai Peninsula, drinking kava in a Fijian bure, hiking glaciers in the Alaskan wilderness.
The most exciting part of my work is exploring and writing about far away places, exotic cultures and experiences that some might call adventures. But a real pleasure for me is finding a great story and exciting destination in my own back yard and sharing that destination with people in search of or in touch with their own mojo.
That’s what we’ll do in this blog. Find a little mojo and share a little mojo.
And maybe be a lot of mojo.
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