Our Around the
We quit our jobs, sold our belongings, and moved out of our townhouse in Atlanta to embark on this journey! Fed up with only having a few weeks of vacation a year and a whole world that we wanted to see, we decided to do it now while in our early 30’s instead of waiting until retirement.
This section of our site is devoted to our Around the World adventure so that you can follow along, and perhaps be inspired to follow your dreams too!
Stories from Our Nomadic Life
Just having returned to the States from living in Asia for nearly 3 years, Josh and I have been spoiled in our new home of Denver, Colorado. Oh, we still
No, we didn’t fall off the face of the Earth. Even though we haven’t posted much on the blog for a couple months, doesn’t mean we haven’t been traveling about.
Words escape me, as I try my best to put on paper our experience in Tibet. It wasn’t just the majestic landscapes that changed from green fields, to desolate plateaus
Indulging a passion for travel and making money simultaneously is a coveted lifestyle of most people. When I was young, I knew I wanted to pursue my passion for exploring
In our last journal entry we were heading from China to Bangkok and Laos. After finishing our time in Laos, it was time to fly back to China (via Bangkok). Our
Saying goodbye to all of our friends from our 15 months of living in the Panyu district of Guangzhou, China was not easy. We really made an awesome network of
Looking back, it seems the universe had a plan for us. It’s crazy to think that something so small could make such an impact on two lives. But that’s exactly
This time of the year is always tough to be away from family and home. However, spending the holiday season in China has given us a lifetime of memories. It seems
One of the things we love about living in China is learning about the many festivals. Events such as the Chinese New Year and the Dragon Boat Festival have a
I never would have imagined that I’d be here celebrating my Birthday in China…but here I am. As we get older, birthdays are less about cake or gifts and more
Living in Guangzhou, the third largest city in China, we have a very Chinese-modern lifestyle. While China is a deeply traditional country, Guangzhou is known to be one of the more progressive
After several months of traveling around Hawaii, Thailand, and a surprise visit to New Zealand; we found ourselves in Chiang Mai, Thailand ready to search out a job teaching English
It’s funny to think that when we first came to China, certain things grabbed our attention or took us off guard. Like the old lady hacking a big loogey on