Thanks for visiting my blog.
This is my husband Brian.
In May 2012 we left our jobs, sold all of our stuff, and set out to travel the world. You can learn all about it here.
If you’re new to the blog here are some recommended stories to get you started.
The story of how this journey started: The evolution of a dream
The title says it all: Why I’m quitting my job to travel
The tough choice to sell our house: Sacrifices? There are plenty
The pain of leaving our pets: The hardest part: leaving pets to travel
My last day at work: The end of days: my last week in a cubicle
The day before leaving home: One day until departure, lots of tears
Visiting the Galapagos Islands: Galapagos is paradise
Hiking the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu: Footsteps and thoughts from the inca trail
Volunteering in Ecuador: Sometimes you receive more than you give
Driving a rickshaw 3,000 kilometers through India: Beauty in the breakdowns
Putting trust in the unknown: Counting on strangers
Trekking the Annapurna Circuit in Nepal: About the light
If we knew then what we know now: Advice to my 21-year-old self
A reflection on traveling: On getting started
The joy of being outdoors: To be outdoors
The best gift I’ve ever been given: The yellow envelope
What this blog means to me: To scream from the rooftops: thank you
Why I do what I love: It is important to do what you love
In September 2012 I wrote a book called Life On Fire: A Step-By-Step Guide To Living Your Dreams. I wrote the book in order to inspire and encourage others to live the biggest versions of their own lives and to teach them what to expect as they walk the path to their dreams. You can learn all about the book here. Life On Fire is available to purchase on Amazon for $8.99 here.
There are over 400 posts hidden within the pages of this blog. Feel free to peruse the archives which are organized by month and category.
I love hearing from readers so contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or if you just want to say hi.
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