Month: August 2012

Is the American Dream really a nightmare?

Uh oh. The fun and games are almost over. My year on the road is officially coming to a close. This year has given me a lot of time to contemplate the kind of life I want to live and I delved into many living situations to find out which best suits me. I’ve surfed

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A Day at Wivenhoe Dam, Australia

We packed up a barbie, some chairs, an inflatable kayak and we were off, driving on the left side of the road on the other side of the world. I had just arrived in Australia, my first out of country experience, and I was wide-eyed and bushy-tailed for who I’d meet, where I’d go and

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The uncertainty of the travel flow

Traveling opened up about a million cans of awesome, and almost as many cans of worms. This year alone has been my greatest success. I conquered continents. I traveled here, to there, to here and to there again. A lot of people ask me, “What are you running away from?” I like to answer, “It’s

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