Escape the Cubicle and Travel the World
You don’t have to be rich to see the world!
I began vagabonding while working remotely in 2006. This is my story of living a location-independent life of travel.
This is a story of life change, big adventures, and finding happiness.
Our world is a place of wonder, and I didn’t want to wait until retirement to explore it. So, I changed my priorities. Instead of focusing on becoming wealthy, I made myself rich with the blessings of life experience and freedom as a solo traveler.
Balancing work with travel is possible! I’m here to help if you want to start a new life of adventure. But in the end, you’re the one who will have to hoist the black flag and go get a few scars. Until then, enjoy some tales of a vagabonding life lived fully and deliberately.
I will see you on the road.
The Latest Vagabonding Travel Posts
This is a review of the Ekster GRID backpack, a tech-oriented pack with plenty of features for people who earn a living on the road. It also works well as a TSA-approved, carry-on suitcase you (hopefully) won’t have to pink tag after running to your gate. After...
This review covers the brand new Kingston XS1000 external SSD (solid state drive)—what I consider to be the best portable SSD for travel. Photographers, digital nomads, and budget travelers wishing to lighten their kits should especially take note. Pros Price Size and...
Back in the throes of wintry January, I combed through thousands of travel photos to create a collection of my remote “offices” as a digital nomad from the past 16 years. My plan was to make a short blog post. But looking through so many photos of warm, happy places...