About Me

Roaming With Ruth

Who is Ruth (Roaming With Ruth)

I grew up traveling, but I suspect that I officially became addicted to travel during my trip to Africa and signed over my soul at Machu Picchu after a 4-day trek through the Andes Mountains.

After seven years at one of the ten largest companies in the world, I took a sabbatical to complete a trip around the world over three months.

 I’ve always loved balance.

I’m a business woman, that pairs intense jobs and demanding roles with my wanderlust and maximizing my vacation days.

I’m an artist (Former Ballerina and USC Song Girl), that pairs my right brain with my inner-nerd that loves strategy and numbers.

This blog for the busy people in the world that love to travel.
Go ahead, use all those vacations days. I’d love to inspire you.

Ruth 

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22 responses to “About Me

  1. Hey Ruth! Loving your blog….very inspiring!
    I am wondering why you haven’t traveled to India yet…It is a culturally rich country and it would be an amazing experience for you am sure:)

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  2. Hi Ruth,

    This is Saul at GPSmyCity, a publisher of travel apps on iTunes App Store and Google Play.  We have reviewed your blog and are interested in working with you to convert some of your blog posts into mobile apps so they can be sold on iTunes App Store and Google Play.  There is no cost to you – we work with blogger on a revenue share basis.

    If you wish to learn more about this opportunity, please reply to my email so I will send you additional information.  

    Thanks and regards,
    Saul Tarasoff
    GPSmyCity.com

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