Being a permanent nomad brings you many joys. You travel the world; You meet amazing like-minded people; You can go wherever you want, whenever you want.
For me, the best part about being a nomad is the exhilarating feeling of freedom it grants you.
I was always someone who had been consumed with the idea of career success. I’ve continually strived to do and be bigger and better than the year before. I saw career success as a way of enriching my life. I believed with career success came financial success, and that’s all that mattered.
Oren from @42ndclass tells us even being diagnosed with a serious medical condition on the road will not stop him from his dream of long term travel
Marina from @lat34travel fulfills a life long dream of visiting the Giza Pyramids in Egypt. This is her inspiring story.
Jill from Chasing Adventure tells us about how she finally escaped the debt trap to live the life she always wanted – A life of travel!
“You might say that I am in love with love; specifically, I am enthralled with the idea of a whirlwind overseas romance that will inevitably lead to a happy every after.”
Ivana and Gianni from Nomad is Beautiful tell the story of how quitting smoking led to a life of travel. Very Inspiring!
And everywhere we were welcomed by smiling locals who said “Oh you are an English teacher? Why don’t you come and work here? We need so many teachers here”. And so the idea took root…
I could tell you what travel means to me, in fact I already have, but wouldn’t it be better to hear it from ten of the BIGGEST travel bloggers in the world?
The story of how I ended up becoming an Expat in Toronto is a bit of a weird sequence of events. If you had told me this time last year that I would be living and working in Canada, I wouldn’t have understood where on Earth that plan had come from.