Jessica Wynne Lockhart

Jessica Wynne Lockhart

Contributing editor

Although Jessica has travelled to more than 30 countries, her favorite place to throw down her bag is still her hometown of Cold Lake, Alberta. A freelance journalist, Jess has worked for international development organizations and tour operators. She’s conducted workshops in Vanuatu, perfected the use of a satellite phone in the jungles of Guyana and supervised teenage pool parties in the Dominican Republic. Although she's based in Toronto, Jess works remotely from all around the world, blogging about her adventures at Go Further Travel.

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The work exchange pro explains how taking a mid-career gap year changed his life.
Does Live Below the Line actually help reduce global poverty? Jessica takes the $1.75/day challenge to find out.
For the next five days, I'm going to live on $1.75 a day. Here's why.
April 17, 2014

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