Ending The Year With Some Questions And Answers

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

The Habitual Minimalist: Finding Peace In Letting Go

I may be a minimalist now, but I could have easily been a hoarder.  Not because I am especially materialistic (though I was years ago), but mostly because I am sentimental.  Three years ago my best friend John helped me move to a new apartment.  I was not yet educated in the art of minimizing and

Meet The NomadiCats: Basil and Freddie

In “The Inspiration to Full-Time” series of posts, I shared the various epiphanies that led to my decision to travel full-time.  The Minimalists and The Office Hobo being 2 of the first major influences.  What I didn’t detail in those blog posts was the influence my cats, Basil and Freddie, had (and continue to have)

12 Things You Understand If You Move A Lot

As I gleefully (yes I said ‘gleefully’) plan my life of full-time travel, I remember what is has been like throughout my life as someone who frequently relocated.  It started when I was just a baby and carried right over into my adult life.  I’ve never really settled down, and I like it.  It’s almost

The Inspiration Behind My Decision #1: Minimizing

My decision to become a full-time traveler came after a series of discoveries.  Each one guiding me to the next epiphany.  I’m excited to share each of them with you and I hope you find a spark that ignites a fire inside you as well! My inspiration started with simplifying.  It was November 2014 and