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Back in 1999, I left home for a 3 month trip to Asia that has still yet to end.
Now, as a permanent nomad, my aim is to show you that long- term travel is not a crazy fantasy, but a very real lifestyle option instead. To read more about my travels and background, just click here.
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Tag Archives: Freedom
It happens. One minute we’re happily exploring the markets of Yangon, diving deeper into the history of Turkey or practicing our Spanish in Buenos Aires and then, in a flash, we are forced to change our entire travel plans without … Read more
Over the past few months, every now and then, I’ve mentioned that I’ve been working on a variety of new projects. And while at times it seems as if some of these projects will drag on for another 30 years … Read more
During a walk around Playa del Carmen yesterday, I happened to pass by a small, colorful building down a narrow side street, a street that I had never been down before. In the front window of this building, hanging from … Read more
To many people, the life of a permanent nomad may appear to be nothing short of spectacular and wildly appealing. After all, almost everybody lists ‘travel’, in some shape or form, on their bucket lists, so what could be better … Read more
“my head may explode if i see one more list post with ‘make a plan’ as one of the steps” @rulesoptional (take a look, you won’t be disappointed www.RulesOptional.com) As you may have determined by now, I’m not particularly fond … Read more
My somewhat recent transformation from haphazard nomad without a plan to an organized, entrepreneurial nomad, did not occur without assistance. It was an entire network of good people, organizations, websites, books and videos that seemed to offer the necessary guidance … Read more
Her name is Keren. Not Karen. Keren. And I must tell you, she is absolutely lovely. It took a long time for me to find her but now that I have, I anticipate that we will be quite close for … Read more
I have to admit, I’m not exactly a rat race escapee. I actually never entered the ‘real world’ in the first place. Instead, when I was 22 years old I took a gamble that ended up paying off, giving me … Read more
I was going to hold off on writing this post until I felt better, but it occurred to me that being doped up on three antibiotics while fighting off a body-crippling, mind-numbing illness that is ravaging through my body at … Read more