In her journey, she collected donations for organizations that provide support to young women and girls, such as World Pulse and Her Future Coalition.

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In order to connect with the world more deeply, Angela Marie Maxwell embarked on a solo journey. After more than six years and 20,000 miles, she finally made that connection with her.

As Angela Marie Maxwell traveled across four continents, over 20,000 miles, 14 countries, and multiple islands over the course of over six years, she found courage, strength, and conviction.

As a solo traveler, Maxwell walked in deserts, climbed mountains, and explored ancient cities. Her twelve pairs of shoes and many cups of noodles nearly enabled her to trek the entire world.


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At first, Maxwell was a casual adventurer. Even so, she survived many challenges including physical attacks in Mongolia and Australia's outback, dengue fever in Vietnam, and the sheer difficulty of sleeping in a tent wherever she could.

It was not born out of misery, failure, or crisis that forced her to embark on this journey. During the time that she walked far distances, she was in a relationship and a successful entrepreneur.


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Though Maxwell had thought she was happy at the time, in retrospect, she realized that she had been seeking more. She was looking for deeper connections with nature and people, by living on less and seeing the world from a new perspective.

Her adventure began in May 2014, when she left Bend, Oregon, and embarked on an adventure so unusual she didn't know what she was in for.


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In her journey, she collected donations for organizations that provide support to young women and girls, such as World Pulse and Her Future Coalition. Her total fundraising was about $30,000.

The trip ended at Maxwell's friend's house, where it began, on December 16, 2020.


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The moment she had answered the call to begin the journey, she was also aware that it was the right time to conclude it.

In Maxwell's walks, she demonstrated the idea that it is important to listen more, pay more attention, and give more than what others receive along the way, no matter the distance.







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