Ahhh, the Lottery question. A surprisingly common question coming from both friends and strangers alike. Most nomads and vandwellers have heard it more times than we can count. I often wonder if people are trying to test our resolve when they ask us. Perhaps they want to find out how dedicated we are. Maybe they
June recap part 1 of 3. I thought I would share how June rolled out. Here are excerpts from my personal journal entries, starting with my last day on the job: June 10: Today was my last official ‘working’ day. I am on vacation until July 1st. Only a few people knew of my departure,
It’s 3AM and I am upset. Frustrated. Sad. I kind of want to disappear from every possible online presence I can. I have been sitting here for at least 30 minutes trying to think of reasons why I shouldn’t. Sounds pretty dramatic I know, but when I feel overwhelmed with this amount of negativity, I
Birds of a feather flock together. Remember that saying? I think we nomads are sometimes a bit like birds. We have built a supportive community around us, traveling both solo and together, adventuring to different locations depending on the weather, and taking advantage (in a good way) of the natural resources available to us.
Last year at this very same moment I was putting ideas and plans together that, in just a short period of time, would lead me to the path I am on today. I am absolutely amazed at how far I have come and how very ready I am to start this adventure! I’ve set
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS Why would you give up a normal life? Normal for one person is not normal for the next. Some people aspire to have a large home with lots of ‘stuff’. Some people seek to have a modest house in the suburbs with a couple of kids and doting husband. Some prefer
I was helping a coworker in another state by phone the other day. I asked how his day was going, made a comment on the state he was in, and in turn, he asked where I was. I replied with my typical “Unfortunately I’m stuck in Arizona right now” comment. Most people chuckle or laugh