This year has been one of the toughest since I started traveling. I experienced love, loss, heartbreak, anxiety, and too much work, I knew I had to change things. It took me a lot to realize what I needed to do, but the toughest lessons the ones worth learning.
The last 10 years on the road have been one happy accident after another. When I think back on all the things I’ve experienced, I count myself blessed. In honor of my ten year anniversary as a nomad, I’m sharing my favorite life changing moments from a decade on the road.
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Yesterday was my birthday. I turned 35. I celebrated by having 1920s Gatsby-themed party, as I love the ’20s. The jazz, fashion, speakeasies, and literature — I wish I could go back in time and experience it! (And yes, I do love Woody Allen’s Midnight in Paris!) Normally, the thing to do when you turn […]
After three and half years of living in New York City, I knew I needed a change. So, when my lease expired, I decided to move on to the next place: Austin, TX! In this post, I explain why I think this is a place has everything for the changes I want to make in my life. One thing’s for sure, however: I won’t stop traveling!
After traveling five months on the road, I’m burnt out. I’m not sure when it happened, but I’m realizing that long-term travel, for me, has its limits. In this post, I explain why I’m at a stage in my life where I want to embrace the things that come with being at home. Of course, I’ll still travel… but differently.