Jessica Tyner

Jessica Tyner

Jessica Tyner is originally from Oregon, USA, a member of the Cherokee Nation, and has been a writer and editor for ten years. Currently, she is a copy writer for Word Jones, a travel writer with Mucha Costa Rica, a writer for TripFab, a copy editor at the London-based Flaneur Arts Journal, and a contributing editor at New York’s Thalo Magazine. She has recently published short fiction in India’s Out of Print Magazine, and poetry in Slow Trains Literary Journal, Straylight Magazine, Solo Press, and Glint Literary Journal. She lives in San José, Costa Rica.
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  • Puerto Viejo, Costa Rica: A Yogi Paradise
    Really get away from it all in the jungles overlooking the quaint Caribbean town of Puerto Viejo in Costa Rica.
  • Total Immersion in Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica
    Go straight to the top and enjoy the best of the best in Costa Rica. Manuel Antonio is heaven on earth.
  • Visiting an Underdog Travel Destination: Medellin, Colombia
    Medellin, Colombia, is a thriving new tourist hot spot. Get in on the action before the influx of visitors turns it into "just another touristy place."
  • How Portland, Ore., Can Lure (and Keep) College-Educated Residents
    What's the trick to drawing college educated residents to your city? Much like dating, it takes a little finesse, luck, and attractive packaging.
  • Fiestas Civicas in Costa Rica
    Every year, cities throughout Costa Rica celebrate tradition with a week-long party known as fiestas civicas.
  • My Weekly Fitness Routine
    Everyone follows a "plan of action" a little differently. Take this advice from a woman who gained, and then lost, 100 pounds the old fashioned way.
  • Exploring La Fortuna, Costa Rica
    Travelers searching for "non-touristy tourism" don't need to look any further than the quaint village of La Fortuna, Costa Rica. A magnificent volcano, delectable hot springs, and subterranean wonders? All in a day's adventure.
  • Discovering Costa Rican Poet Luis Chaves
    Every country has a treasure trove of poets and artists - some just take a little extra digging. Luis Chaves is acclaimed as a leading figure in Costa Rican poetry. After spending an afternoon getting to know him, and his work, it's no secret why.
  • For My Father
    Father's Day is on the horizon. Every relationship is a little bit different, but the enduring love of a father is incomparable. Take some time to celebrate special man, or men, in your life.
  • The Jelly Belly Years
    Many people are turning to more affordable, gas-friendly options for getting around. Hybrids and electrical cars are great, but even they creep up into the $20,000+ range. Save money, and get a little dose of luxury, with this sweet option.

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