Things I Learned After Traveling Solo

Traveling solo was one of the best things that I have ever done, and I am not done yet. Just taking a break right now to visit family. I was scared and lonely, but I also never felt more alive and free! […]

By | 2017-07-31T01:55:34+00:00 September 17th, 2016|All Blog Entries, Fears + Motivation, Prepare for Your Adventure|5 Comments

I quit my job, packed my car and left!

I lived a normal life just like most people in the world. I commuted to work, got stuck in traffic, had the “same shit, different day” feel, and worked the 8-4 Monday through Friday job. I also hated it! I felt stuck, angry, depressed, had anxiety and was filled with boredom. So I left!  [...]

2nd Tallest Railroad Bridge in America- Washington

Vance Creek Railroad Bridge is the second tallest railroad bridge ever created in America. It has become unsafe and is not used currently. It is illegal to hike this railroad bridge but is not regularly enforced. This destination is not marked with signs at all, which makes it complicated to [...]

By | 2017-12-31T17:00:06+00:00 August 1st, 2016|All Blog Entries, Fears + Motivation, Washington|0 Comments

How I drove across country only spending 6 dollars, minus gas money

Have you ever wanted to drive across country but felt that you couldn’t because it costs too much? There are ways in saving money and only spending money on necessities when driving across country. […]

Living paycheck to paycheck right now but want to travel. Go and live paycheck to paycheck somewhere else!

Do you want to travel but don’t do it because of money? “If I’m living paycheck to paycheck here, how the hell could I ever afford to travel,” you ask yourself.  Most people in this world right now are living paycheck to paycheck. And that feeling sucks! I should know, I’m one of them. […]

By | 2016-08-08T21:17:04+00:00 March 22nd, 2016|All Blog Entries, Fears + Motivation, Resources|2 Comments

Stop living the normal life and go for your dream!

You put a week of vacation time into work.  You have nine days off if you include both of the weekends, before and after. “OK, now where am I going to go? There are so many places I want to see.” […]