11 Apr

The Nomad Grad

Are you interested in pursuing a gypsy lifestyle? Traveling the world professionally? Constantly making new friends and exploring new places? Welcome to the club!

Don’t know where to start or how it can be done? Don’t worry, you’re not alone. In fact, I am constantly receiving e-mails and comments from people asking how they too can pick up and go.

Often times, I feel like its difficult for people to fathom how I lead my life. It’s like I’m constantly trying to act out the season finale of Lost. No-one gets me.

This is partly my fault. I just kind of started this journey and continued to blab about it without much regard for others looking to travel. Sorry about that.

So this is the beginning of a series of blogs elucidating the best kept secret of full-time travelers: how they manage to make it happen. You’ve asked for it…

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Posted by on April 11, 2012 in Uncategorized


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  1. Lloyd Lofthouse

    April 11, 2012 at 11:59

    The Nomad Grad fits the theme of Crazy Normal, which is why I’m recommending it.

    Hilary says, “Little did I know after four years in college, graduating summa cum laude and being named Outstanding Graduate of UNLV, I would be left without a job, 14 rejection letters from PhD programs, and not a clue where to go from here.”



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