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If money were not an object, what would you do with your life?

LT_keeli

 

Travel the world, take care of my bills and all my family’s bills. Also create an institute that would give back to everybody, like an art or a culinary institute.
Keeli Blackman
Santa Cruz | High-end Retail

 

 

 

 

LT_joe

 

My lifelong dream is to get a research vessel like in Life Aquatic and travel the world by getting applications from people and running their research expeditions— either coastal or deep ocean.
Joe Talavera
Santa Cruz | Paramedic/Bartender

 

 

 

LT_pat

 

If I could do anything I wanted, and money were no object, I would still enjoy being with and taking care of my family.
Pat Macaulay
Florida | Receptionist

 

 

 

 

LT_marvin

 

I'd be living life, surfing and making art, and painting murals. It's killer to follow your passion and do what you do. It means everything, really.
Marvin Plummer
Felton | Fine Artist

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