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Work once consumed us. There was a time when we had a mortgage and cars, good jobs and expensive things, but in realizing the futility of material possessions, we gained a new outlook on life itself.
We are the architects of our own reality and we are here to inspire you to create a happier life for yourself. Happiness comes in many forms, but for us, we find joy through travel and eye-opening experiences.
We wander the globe in search of off-the-beaten-path destinations, authentic cultural experiences, exotic cuisines, beautiful beaches and wild adventures…
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Back in the day when my job title wasn’t associated with a porno featuring a woman named Debbie doing lewd acts to a Dallas football team, I had a professional life.
I was a technical writer for an international deep sea technology company for two years. I wrote compelling literature about sonar equipment, and I documented user manuals.
Then I was laid off and my life was sent into an out-of-control spiral which found me tramping around all of Canada, some of South America, and even a fraction of Europe…
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At 19, I took my first solo journey to the US to work at an American summer camp It was during this time that I discovered my passion for travel and writing.
I moved to London, United Kingdom to live and work and to meet people that are just like me, blogging and sharing their stories from around the world!
Now at 24, I’m currently studying a Bachelor of Journalism/Bachelor of International Studies whilst working as a travel blogger and freelance writer in Melbourne, Australia…
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Shivya Nath

When I decided to break away from my cubicle-bound life, I was 23 years old, the daughter of a protective family in India and had graduated from university in Singapore only two years earlier with a not-so-helpful Economics degree and a not-so-comforting amount of student debt.
In retrospect, though, my decision was not impulsive: the universe had been giving me signs all along. I had entered the job market in the middle of the financial recession and felt lucky to land the role of social media strategist at the Singapore Tourism Board.
Especially lucky because, as it turned out, this was the first sign pointing me toward my true passion…
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Valerie Conners

As our ideas about a less conventional life became clearer, Ayaz and I debated whether to leave behind all that was certain – our apartment, jobs and steady salaries, family and friends – to chase our passion for traveling.
Despite feeling terrified, in April 2012 I made the leap into freelance work and spent a number of months accruing steady contract gigs as a digital content producer and writer.
After Ayaz quit his job in February 2013, we packed our worldly goods into a storage unit, bought a car and set out to see more of the world…
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So on 5 December 2005, I boarded a plane bound for Delhi – leaving my life in Toronto and my job as a freelance financial writer behind. My return ticket was scheduled for six months later.
Though irrational and counter-intuitive, it’s still the best thing I have ever done. But it required some planning. It took 11 months from the aha! moment to lift-off.
I sold about one-third of my belongings, moved out of my apartment and into a small sublet, temporarily gave my cat to a friend and saved as much money as I could…
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I had no savings (and only pennies in my checking account), plus more than $10,000 in debt, including a bill from my divorce lawyer that still needed paying.
I had been abroad exactly four times, including just once as an adult. I had a comfortable income as a wedding photographer, complete with a three-storey house with two cars; I’d never stayed in a hostel or travelled alone.
I didn’t even own a traveller’s backpack. What I did have were two assignments as a travel photographer under my belt – and with that alone, I thought, it would be easy…
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If you don’t want to quit your job, start by taking long weekends here and there. See how it makes you feel. (My bet: awesome.)
Try to work remotely a few days per week. Take two weeks of unpaid vacation. During the slowest quarter of the year, ask your employer if you can take an unpaid leave of several months.
The point is: there are many ways to travel and maintain your job. You don’t have to go all in if you’re not ready to…
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I haven’t been able to keep my feet firmly in one place since the age of 18.
I have only once tried to conform to a regular nine-to-five desk job at a travel agency – an endeavour that failed within six months.
Instead, I have made a career out of travelling the globe, I have recorded my adventures in my blog, making money through any random odd job I can find in foreign lands and spending only $100 each week on all of my expenses…
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I’m  currently on a journey across Central and South America, this adventure is controlled by people, just like you. Every week I make a vlog to share my crazy adventures and they decide the next destination. Crazy uh! but it’s a lot of fun. You can check all the previous episodes I made here
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