Because I get asked a lot of questions, by a lot of people, a lot of the time. Here's what I hear on the regular. So check out this mega list because your question is on it... I mean, you're welcome!
If it fits and you pay. I'm happy to create a mutually beneficial partnership, but I don't work for free because I like to eat food. Go to advertise to send a partnership request.
I sure can if I'm in your area, if you want to get me to your area, or if you can send your product to me wherever I am. I review all things food and travel. Go to work with me.
No theme. This isn't boring wordpress, this is Jimdo, where you have complete creative control over everything. The current template of this website is Tokyo.
Into oblivion! I didn't want spend any more of my precious time culling spam every darn 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, working at any job, and I never liked paying bills either. I've been semi-nomadic for 20 years and full-time for 6.
Slow travel is the authentic experience of being a traveler, not a tourist. Instead of a few days whizzing around crowded tourist areas, slow travel means spending time immersed in an area, living and eating like a local.
Someone that travels non-stop, with no home or base.
No. I'm not traveling constantly. I stay a while in one place, so I only have a travel day every 1 or 2 months.
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.
Zero waste means avoiding disposables, aiming to re-use, reduce, recycle and compost, and to create as little trash as possible in en effort to try to reduce your carbon footprint.
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 posts, the burger hall of fame, and more eats on instagram.
Nowhere. I don't cook. No need to since there's so much delicious food being prepared by passionate, skilled professionals worldwide. I travel to eat, Bourdain-style.
I've lived in 30+ cities in 10+ states in the US and have been living and traveling in 50+ countries, but I have no base or home. I travel slow, go where I want, and stay where I love. Go to destinations for country stories.
It's easier. I travel solo full-time so it's safer to blend in with locals, plus I really hate selfies. In most of the reviews I do, I can participate without the staff knowing who I am so that my experience and review are authentic.
Because they're totally ridiculous. Point the camera at the subject, not yourself. That's ass backwards.
I'm either out eating, walking in nature, exploring the city, or home snuggling pets, writing stories, or watching movies. I don't cook, clean, work, work out, have a schedule, alarm clock, bills, or anything else that sucks.
Lots of time in Portland, "where young people go to retire", inspired me into an untraditional lifestyle and retirement.