Lynn Beha is a writer, planner, photographer, marketing strategist, mom, friend and traveler based in Omaha, Nebraska. Her path here from the family farm in Indiana swerved through the deep south, Texas, the Great Plains, England & Italy. The journey has taught her much along the way, including how to appreciate good wine & coffee, how running can be fun even though it sucks, what it’s like to be a foreigner, real perspective on being a #boymom, real perspective on travel with kids, what it means to be a true friend, how to face one’s fears, and how to strip away all the BS to get down to what truly matters in life. (And more, like skiing!)

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Contact Lynn about sponsorships or opportunities at wanderlynnb at gmail.

7 thoughts on “About

  1. Hi Lynn! Thanks for stopping by my blog. I neither have a toddler of my own, nor live on a distant continent, I will enjoy living vicariously through you and your stories. I can -sort of- identify with you on the living-far-from-family thing, though I am only one state away from mine (doesn’t sound like much when you put it in perspective).

  2. Thanks for stopping by here! Over the years I’ve learned that any distance is hard enough. If you can’t just hop down the street to be with family, or just get together for lunch or dinner whenever you want, you get what it means to be away. It just gets more expensive the farther away they are!

  3. Hi Lynn! I had a question for you about possibly collaborating on something and was hoping you could email me back to discuss? Thanks so much!

    – Emma

    emmabanks9 (at) gmail (dot) com

  4. I just came across your blog, oh how I love/miss Europe! My husband (also US AF) was stationed in England before we came to Okinawa, we we there 6 years and loved the travel opportunities! I am secretly (or not that secretly) hoping we get back to Europe after this tour!! Look forward to reading through some of your past travels and all the best for your upcoming PCS.

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