After our first three months of traveling in Southeast Asia and working from the road, we’re looking back on our experiences so far. Our travels have taken us to Thailand, Cambodia, and Malaysia, with highlights like housesitting, a yoga retreat, and a little-visited Thai island.
We finally took the leap and left our jobs, apartment, and life in the U.S. to travel abroad and work as freelancers. Here’s the story of why we made this lifestyle change and how we’re starting our new lives as digital nomads in Thailand.
Make 2017 the year you stick to your New Year’s resolutions! Instead of setting lofty, impossible goals, try one of these totally feasible travel resolutions that will actually be fun to keep.
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We have a world map with ten pins for the places we most want to visit. Ryan’s top countries range from somewhat conventional to not at all, but they all promise great adventure.
The world map in our living room has pins for the top ten countries we want to visit. One thing Jen’s top choices have in common? They’re all off the beaten path.
We just wanted to buy a map, but it opened up a bigger conversation about how we organize memories of past experiences & think about goals for the future.
Even if a round-the-world trip isn’t in the cards this year, we hope you’ll still be seeking adventure in 2016. Our New Year’s resolutions are inspired by travel, but feasible for everyone.
From kayaking to running to motorcycle riding and more, Ryan looks back on his most meaningful memories and top lessons learned in 2015.
In looking back at 2015, Jen reflects on her favorite travel moments and other most meaningful experiences from the year, plus what she learned from them.