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How to Survive a Rainy Day in NYC // New York City Vlog


In today’s New York City Vlog we check out greenwich village, we eat the best pizza in New York city, and we show you how to survive a rainy day in New York city!

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Hey there! We are Greg and Hillary – a husband and wife team that loves traveling, going on adventures, and helping others do the same! Although we love traveling, at this point in time, we still have full time 9-5 jobs in Dallas, Texas.
In August of 2016, we packed up our things, Greg quit his job, and we moved to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico!
Hillary is working remotely for her CPA firm and Greg is working on this site full time.
We view ourselves as fairly ordinary people, complete with an ordinary income, ordinary jobs, and (unfortunately) an ordinary amount of student loan debt (thanks UNT!).
I know what you are thinking, “Aren’t travel blogs supposed to be written by hippies that don’t have jobs and live in hostels?!” Well don’t you worry, we are working on making that happen! Although we hope to become full time travelers in the next 1-2 years, this site is not necessarily aimed at people that want to travel full time.
Our hope is not that you quit your job and become a long haired, bearded, Volkswagen van driving hippy. Instead, our hope is that after reading our stories you are more inspired to live a more fulfilling life from 5pm-9am!
Why such the emphasis on how ordinary we are? Although we love reading travel blogs, it is easy to feel disconnected from the writers at times. It seems as though they are leading such extraordinary lives that they are somehow doing something that is unreachable to the “average” person.

We are here to prove that wrong. We are here to tell you that even if you work a full-time job and only get two weeks of vacation each year-you still have the power to design an adventurous life for yourself. Afterall, that is exactly where we started before leaving it all behind to live la vida loca!
After having several caffeine induced conversations about how people should travel more and shift their priorities in a way that will lead to a more fulfilling life, we decided to share our stories with you.
Our purpose in creating Kinetic Kennons is to share our stories of travels, adventures, and funny mishaps and to inspire others to design a life full of exploration. Throughout this site you will find posts about how to go on a cheap weekend trip, funny stories such as the time Hillary forgot to update her passport before an international trip, and inspirational rants on why you should lead a more adventurous life!

  1. Kinetic Kennons says

    What is your most memorable travel moment?

  2. Betty A says

    Another awesome day in spite of the rain. I loved seeing all the places you were, like the park. That pizza looked awesome. It's so funny that you were at Whole Foods on the day they announced that Amazon bought out Whole Foods for many billions of dollars. There goes our Texas based Whole Foods, started out in Austin. Great to see you in Times Square again.

  3. Troy Mills says

    You two are a hoot! Get at least one true LOL moment out of almost everyone of your videos. Most memorable travel moment, hmmm…very difficult. I traveled a lot when I was in the Navy. However, I'll say the most memorable was getting launched via catapult off of the aircraft carrier I was stationed on for the first leg of my journey home to get out of the Navy and go to college.

  4. mdsto diamond says

    Congrats on eating that pizza!!  My most memorable travel moment was when I turned 17, my parents took my twin brother and I to the Big Island of Hawaii for our birthdays.  We discovered an underwater cave while snorkeling with an air pocket.  The most vibrant colors of blue and pink.  It was awesome!!!.

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