Saphan Bhumibol at Dusk – Bangkok, Thailand – Photo: Mike Behnken via Flickr, used under Creative Commons License (By 2.0)
When I suggest to people that they should consider giving up the 9-5 grind in the U.S. and slow travel (staying weeks or months in a location), some respond by saying something like “I’m not rich, how am I gonna make money of I’m in ____?” (fill in the blank with the country of your choice).
My response is “Why can’t you do the same thing there that you do here?”. Continue reading
There are many articles written about becoming a full time travel blogger. But from my experience most leave out the huge life changes you must go through before quitting your job! The Dirty Little Details to Becoming a Travel Blogger. Continue reading
Are you like a lot people, do you go to a job everyday
that you really don’t enjoy? I believe its not just depressing, its wrong. And staying there is morally wrong. Continue reading
We have too much stuff! How am I ever gonna travel the world with all of this STUFF?? Continue reading
Making choices is HARD. But choosing to become travel bloggers was so obvious, why hadn’t we figured this out before now?? Continue reading