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Job of a Lifetime For A Grad

Posted January 15, 2020
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In 2010, Lisa and I did a video bootcamp in Colorado.

There were a lot of ski people in it.

One of them was Juliana Broste.

We always like to say that the bootcamp can change lives, and perhaps nowhere else has this been more true than for Juliana Broste.

She decided then and there that she was going to become a travel video journalist. And that is what she set out to do - all on her own.

Now, Juliana was just awarded what I would call the Job of a Lifetime.

She announced it on Facebook, so I am just going to replicate what she wrote. It's pretty incredible. 

EXCITING NEWS! IT’S OFFICIAL! I’m joining Bumble as their GLOBAL CONNECTOR BEE  on a ‘round the world adventure  in 2020! I’ll be busy as a bee discovering the power of human connection, meeting people through Bumble’s three modes: Bumble Date, Bumble Biz and Bumble BFF. We’ll be buzzing around the globe to places like Australia, Canada, Indonesia, Germany, Mexico, United Kingdom, United States, Japan, and beyond! Of course, I’ll be capturing my adventures on camera and sharing stories along the way through social media. I hope you’ll join me as my real life story unfolds! 


I’m stoked to be traveling alongside my new friend and future bestie, fellow GCB Brigette Mulller @hummusbirrd! She’s the leading lady in her own Bumble story as well! 

Follow along our adventures at @bumblegcb #bumblegcb

Giant THANKS  to YOU  for all your support in this process—we’ve come a long way, and we’re just getting started! I’ve been so touched with how many of you have commented on my posts and followed up with me about this opportunity. Couldn’t be more excited about the adventures ahead! 

As always, you know where to find me TravelingJules on Instagram, Facebook and YouTube!  #travelingjules 

Our first stop: SINGAPORE! Have you been? Tell me what to see and do! #betterwithbumble




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