Packing a “Go Bag”

A lot of people (myself included, as recently as a year ago) consider travel to be stressful. Culture and societal expectations have imposed a very particular style of travel upon Americans. We try to cram a busy itinerary into the few days we get for vacation in a year. Marketing encourages us to book luxurious vacation packages full of expensive reservations. Read More …

Discovering Wanderlust and the Thrill of Travel

When I first conceived of the idea to hit the road and become a nomad – it may surprise you that I did not have an overwhelming sense of wanderlust. I merely wanted to put physical distance between myself and my old life. Travelling with Purpose to Destinations I haven’t been a stranger to travel. For much of my youth, my mother Read More …

My Plan for Life After Retirement

In March 2016, I paid off the second of my three student loans. As I described in my earlier post, it was time for me to start figuring out a plan for what I would do after retiring from law. I knew with total conviction of what I did not want to do. I wanted nothing more to do with law, Read More …

Discovering Passions and the Haunt Industry

I used to believe that I had a lot of passions. Ultimate frisbee, hockey, microbiology, astrophysics, quantum physics, and aviation were among some of the things I would describe as being my “passions”. And for nearly five years, I convinced myself that I was passionate about being a horror fiction writer. My “Passion” for Writing For years, I had been on Read More …