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ThinkSoul25: Thoughts of the Urban Nomad

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Jasmine McGee/Think Soul 25

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ThinkSoul25: Thoughts of the Urban Nomad is an avenue for people to learn about different aspects of pop culture. The site includes topics ranging from hip-hop, house music, dance, classic music, jazz, old movies, video games (Jasmine is a girl gamer), fashion, body image, and so many other topics. ThinkSoul25 is all about having bold opinions and daring to speak out with witty social commentary. If your looking for some refreshing insights from a young black college student, with a wide range of interests, then ThinkSoul25: Thoughts of an Urban Nomad is a blog worth checking out!

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Jasmine McGee (also known as Think Soul 25) is a copacetic fusion of all things creative.She is a published author currently working on a fiction book and she manages her blog Think Soul 25: Thoughts of an Urban Nomad. This 19 year old junior in college has been writing since the age of 14 professionally and her voice is one that needs to be heard. Inspired by all aspects of the arts, Jasmine dares to be difference, dare to make a bold statement, and dare to express in light of those who can’t. Always moving and travelling across the country, Jasmine has find her niche in writing. She describes her self as a pop culture with a zeal for life and a passion for writing. Be sure to check out her blog http://thinksoul25.com and stay tuned for more savvy articles from Jasmine McGee.

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One thought on “ThinkSoul25: Thoughts of the Urban Nomad

  1. Hello,

    We are interested in the lifestyle of the Urban Nomads and we have a few questions for you.

    What is the motivation to choose for the life of an Urban Nomad instead of a nine to five job?
    Why do you need that freedom?
    Are there specific resources that you need when you travel? As an electrical outlet.

    With friendly greetings,
    Alessandra
    Jennifer

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