OK, so you’re interested in learning how to slow travel like a digital nomad. Awesome! This mindset & skillset is truly a travel game-changer! And don’t worry, this is a learn at your own pace kind of experiment…
1 Year a Digital Nomad Part 2: Lessons From My 2 Months U.S. National Parks Road Trip
Last night I fell asleep with the Jeep door wide open as I lay watching the nearly full moon illuminate my world at over 7,000ft, camping next to Cathedral Valley in Capitol Reef National Park. That wasn’t the plan. There was no plan, really…
Let’s be real. It’s scary AF to learn how to travel, especially solo travel, if you’ve never done it before. It doesn’t matter how old you are. (I pushing 40 btw…)
Nuggets include: “I’ll take the dum-dum card,” “back when I was a kid,” and mentions of an old school Chevrolet Station Wagon. Sorry, no woody sidewalls.
We don’t want to just go to our hotel room, hit the restaurant the front desk tells us to, sleep, then rinse and repeat. We want to meet locals and make friends, we want create memories…we want to be inspired!
Hiking the Narrows at Zion National Park in Utah is easily one of the most epic hikes I’ve done, and the photo ops are off the hook. Check out these tips and pics and plan your trip…
I had a great two week trip to Bend, Oregon. Tons of hiking, mountain biking, waterfalls, award winning beers, vegan and vegetarian deliciousness, and friends made from across the US. I actually spent more on delicious beers than food, and lost 5lbs over two weeks! Here’s the lowdown!
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