The longer the house sit, the more tasks are involved with winding down. Since we typically stay somewhere for two to six months, we usually have a lot to do to prepare to leave.
Beginning an international travel adventure takes a lot of research. It can also be a little nerve wracking. Fortunately, there is a low cost way to receive some peace of mind…
We stepped off into a pitch black night, after a five hour long bus trip, two weary travelers and four suitcases. We were the only two disembarking here on a Sunday night in August. We had been traveling for over 48 hours and had crossed the International Dateline.
One of the things I love about being a modern nomad is that we have new experiences. Solving the little problems on the way keeps us busy, never bored.
Is getting old inevitable? Too many people work too hard, for too long and take themselves to an early grave. Retirees have reportedly died of boredom…
Can you imagine choosing to be homeless? In 2012, we made the decision to stop paying our mortgage and instead spend our money on travel and adventure. We are nomads with no permanent home. Here’s why we are loving it.
A great guide to the process of letting go of your belongings in preparation for a life of adventure and travel. Great tips for what and when to start the selling process and where to share the news of your sales.
Simplifying your life by letting go of physical things leaves more time and energy to pursue what matters most to you. Read these tips to have more joy by having less stuff.