2018 Year in Review
As 2018 draws to a close - it is time to reflect on an AMAZING year of travel. In the past 12 months I traveled to 3 continents, 6 countries, and 18 states - including Alaska and Hawaii. While statistically speaking it wasn’t my biggest year (pretty much in every category), it was probably the most impactful year I’ve ever had.
Hands down my biggest travel accomplishment of 2018 was the launch of Officer Wayfinder. Thank you so much for the incredible support in the one short month it has been up and running! The website has had visitors from 17 countries. I love sharing travel tips, tricks and reviews to guide you on your journey. I’ve got some big ideas I’m working on to make the site even better in 2019, so stay tuned.
So many other incredible things happened this year (aside from my normal travel): I took my wife and daughter on their first trip to Europe. I spent at week in Atlanta meeting the leadership of Delta for an innovative work project I’m leading. I got to display my airplane at EAA Air Venture in Oshkosh - the world’s busiest airshow and one I grew up going to. I was on the planning team for the California Capital Airshow, which drew over 100,000 spectators to the three day event. Last, but certainly not least, I graduated with distinction from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University with a Masters in Business Administration in Aviation.
I already have a lot of great trips on the books for 2019, and I can only imagine what other great adventures are going to pop up as the months roll by. I can’t wait to continue sharing my experiences with you to help you travel like a pro!