The Importance Of Taking A Day Off For Yourself

For the past few months I have been going to war with myself as to whether or not I could afford to take a day off during the week, not to do anything particular, but just to have a day to myself. The weekends always tend to fill up with checklists and when your in […]

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There Is No Such Thing As Trouble

I view the world much different than most, and for some it may not make sense, but a different view upon the world has made me the happiest I’ve ever been. One of my favorite quotes by Buddha is, “stress is an illusion of the mind.” I’ve always loved this quote, but it’s taken me […]

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A Letter To My Fellow Travelers

Dear Fellow Travelers, The house is nearly empty, weโ€™re selling things one by one, packing a box a day. The pile of things we are ridding from our lives is nearly gone and with each thing that sells, I feel fuller. I remember thinking that I couldnโ€™t wait, that leaving was too far away and […]

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Work You Can Travel With

The most common question I get when I speak about our upcoming travels to our surrounding six states is how I will afford it. Though this question has formed to seem little to me, I am prepared to answer every question thrown at me. Many people think travel is incredibly expensive and they may never […]

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The Art Of Contentment

I think that the time someone sets aside for their peace of mind says a lot about a person. Too often do I hear people complain day to day about how stressful their lives are, for all sorts of different reasons. And yet, I donโ€™t see anyone making a change in able to lessen that […]

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My Strides Towards Minimalism

Recently, I watched another documentary (Iโ€™m a big fan of documentaries) called Minimalism. I would say that it was this documentary that changed my outlook on life, but it hit me like a load of useless junk laying around in my house! I just needed that extra push, I needed that extra knowledge. I have […]

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