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Mexico City, Three Months Later

It’s hard for me to believe, but it’s been just about three months since I was in Mexico City. When I look back, I do so fondly at the trip and at the person I was in Mexico: loving the opportunity to travel, to train with other people after being locked in a pod of ten, and feeling a sense of freedom both inside and outside of jiu-jitsu that I hadn’t felt in a very long time. Possibly ever.

Prior to Mexico City, I was burnt out on jiu-jitsu, as I mention in previous posts, but I was also burnt out on life outside of it, which is something I don’t mention much, even as it…

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Erica Zendell

Erica Zendell

Quitter of the corporate grind in favor of the open road, a writing career, and a whole lot of jiu-jitsu. Currently writing from San Diego.

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