Why I have decided to leave Facebook … More Goodbye Facebook – From Ireland
We stopped full-time traveling 14-months ago and have been living in the Northern San Juan Mountains of Colorado. We came here, after our plans, to winter in Zermatt and summer in Florida, fell apart. They fell apart, at the end of 2017, when our Zermatt employer was not able to secure work visas for us. … More Searching For a Beach Home – Part 3
Without putting in too much time or effort I wanted to create a short recap of some of the highlights from our three years of travel. At some point I may devote more time to making a proper documentary, but for now this is a fun flashback on an amazing three years of living life … More A Brief Recap
My answer: time The question: what is your most valuable possession or resource? The older I get, and the more experience I gain, the more protective I am of my time. We are all marching towards the same destiny, the day we each run out of time. Time cannot be bought, but it can be … More Time
After 3-years of travel, what’s next? Where will we live? What kind of lifestyle will we create for ourselves? What do we want to do? … More What’s Next?
Shortly after Christmas 2017, we left Phoenix, Arizona and headed for Ballygawley, County Sligo Ireland. Similar to our WWOOFing in Tennessee, Sean and I set out to work on a sheep farm in Ireland, in exchange for room and board, only this time we knew the family! On our drive of the Wild Atlantic Way the previous … More Sheep farming in Ireland
Isn’t it funny how something that happens in someone else’s life can end up having such a dramatic effect on your life and those around you? A little over four years ago, my cousin, Ali Nordlander (now Joseph) got stationed at Eglin Airforce Base outside of Destin Florida as a Labor and Delivery Nurse. We … More Destin – 2017!!!
When Sean and I first began traveling in June 2015, I remember saying aloud that I wanted to spend some time volunteering on one of the Worldwide Opportunities on Organic Farms (WWOOF) farms. This is an educational and cultural exchange program where WWOOFers spend half a day on farms and receive educational opportunities, room, and board … More WWOOFing… where our food comes from
Prior to starting our travels, I knew that I needed to figure “my stuff ” out. Emotionally, I struggled like everyone does from time to time but I couldn’t seem to find any lasting solutions to my struggles. I was reading emotional intelligence books, journaling, meditating, exercising, and generally trying to calm my spirit down. … More My Path to Resilience
Our 8-weeks living in Germany studying the German language. … More Deutschland