Kayla Kurin is a health and travel journalist, comedy writer and storyteller from Canada. She is the author of the bestselling Yoga for Chronic Illness series and Where Can I Find Wifi? Work Anywhere, Travel Forever: Tales of a Digital Nomad. Kayla has written essays, articles, and short stories which have been featured on the Toronto Star, Perceptive Travel, Matador Network, Slackjaw, Belladonna, Yoga International, Tiny Buddha, and more. Kayla has travelled, lived, and worked in over 50 countries and loves writing about her adventures in real and made-up worlds.

When not boarding a train or writing about her travels, she spends her time texting puns to her friends (they’re really awful, read this site with caution), re-watching episodes of 30 rock so she can quote them to strangers on the road, and searching for the best sushi in every city she lands in. Kayla will attempt to swim in any body of water she sees and has never met a 1 euro bottle of wine she didn’t like. 

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