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In Jimdo, you have complete creative control over everything, so I tweak things often because it's fun. The current template is Reykjavik.
Into oblivion! I didn't want spend any more of time culling spam every day so I turned them off.
I'm allergic to monotony. I’ve always lived in different places, but was never happy in any little box made out of ticky tacky, or working at any job, and I never liked paying bills either. I've been semi-nomadic for 25 years and full-time nomadic for 7 years.
Slow travel is the mindful experience of being an explorer, not a tourist. Instead of a few days running around overrated tourist areas, slow travel is spending quality time living like a local.
I was born this way. I am solo, so I just go. I enjoy being introverted and I also think it's fun to do whatever I want, whenever I want, without comprising with anyone, ever.
As a minimalist, I travel light, not only carry-on only, but under-seat only. I own 5 kgs total. It's cheaper, safer, and simpler. I breeze through security, skip baggage claims, and laugh at overhead bins. A capsule wardrobe is perfect for travel since it's quick and easy to clean and wear.
Super easy. I eat a lot, all the time, everywhere. It's easy to find meals at any restaurant, street stall or market. I use these apps to find food and to translate. See food, the burger hall of fame, and top 100 world eats on instagram.
I've lived in 30 cities in 12 states in the US, and in 65 more countries, but I have no base or home. I dont like counting countries, instead I travel slow, go where I want, and stay where I love. Go to destinations for more country stories.
Before housesitting internationally, I ran a petsitting biz, was a vet tech for a decade, and before that, an artist. So, I was gathering a very particular set of skills to petsit animals and be a travel writer. Just like Neeson.
I slowly wander the world, have mostly one-way conventions with animals, and try to find interesting things to do between meals. I’m usually out eating food, exploring cities, walking in nature, or home snuggling pets, writing stories, or watching movies. I don't cook, clean, work, workout, or have bills, a schedule, an alarm clock, or anything else that sucks.
Because they're ridiculous and I hate them. Point the camera at the subject, not yourself. That's bass ackwards.