Chapter 4 and 5 of Don’t Go To Bruges In The Fall. Available Here! This goes for everything in life, not just traveling. A change in perspective can massively improve your situation. To give you the easiest example; I mentioned earlier that we left home with $13,800. Now? We have $400. We are vastly poorer, and traveling in Europe which is seen as one of … Continue reading Change Your Travel Perspective While Adjusting To A New Normal
Chapter 3 of Don’t Go To Bruges In The Fall. Click here to buy it! This book is designed more for the traveler who wants to leave for a month, maybe even six, and ultimately go home. Although most of this advice will work for the nomadic traveler, the person who wants to keep traveling and never stop, it’s not designed specifically for them. That’s … Continue reading So, You Want To Travel Endlessly?
Chapter 3 of Don’t Go To Bruges In The Fall. Click here to buy it! Later in this book, in the section “Creating an Income” I discuss in detail different ways to make money while on the road, but before you go, you need money. The easiest way to make extra money is by spending less. The new word of your life is: Frugal. There’s … Continue reading Saving Up and Spending Less
Chapter 2 of my book Don’t Go To Bruges In The Fall. If you like it, you can find it here! I can only assume you’ve already answered the question of “Why you want to travel,” because you bought (or at least picked up) this book, and you’re planning for a trip. But that’s not always the case. Sometimes you want to go traveling, but … Continue reading Don’t Go To Bruges In The Fall | Conquering Your Fear
~If you’d like to purchase the book, click here!~ Hi, there. My name is Nathaniel, and I travel around the world with my partner, Darcy. When I first went traveling, the autumn after I graduated high school, I was in a fairly unique position. I had practically been raised on the idea that I should explore the world. My parents had done it, my grandparents, … Continue reading Introduction to Don’t Go To Bruges In The Fall – A Travel Guide
Everything I wish I knew before I first went traveling Hey everyone! My partner and I recently wrote a travel book about how to travel. Every day I will be posting a chapter (in chronological order) from the book to this website. I would really appreciate anyone buying it! It’s listed at $7.99 on Amazon. If you have a Prime account, it’s free to read. … Continue reading Don’t Go To Bruges In The Fall – Out Now!
On October 10th, 2019 Darcy and I hit the road. On October 7th I received my Lems Boulder Boots in the mail. Waterproof Cordura, leather accents, and brown laces already attached and a set of orange laces that were extra. Of course, I used the orange laces. The first time I used them was on the flight. I always fly with my heaviest/bulkiest clothes on … Continue reading LEMS: What’s keeping my feet happy | A Review
If you’re lucky, and you’re able to put your entire trip on your credit card, you’ll rarely use your debit card. The only time we’ve used our debit card with any frequency is in Southern Italy, where few vendors took card. Cash was still king so we had to withdraw money to use. It won’t be the end of the world if this happens to … Continue reading What to do when you can’t use a Credit Card for your whole trip
I want to note: I am not a financial expert, and in no way qualified to give financial advice. My advice comes from personal experience. My wholly unqualified advice to you is: find a good credit card, and put your whole trip on it. Through this, you can rack up free flights, discounted hotel rooms, and since some cards offer Theft Protection, you can purchase … Continue reading Put it on the card! It’s only $5 a day for the next 100 years
While still traveling the world Living in the moment is damn-near impossible. At some point, while growing up, we all forgot how to enjoy the moment we’re in. We start looking forward to the future, start imagining all the ‘what-if’s and ‘what will be’s, and forget to enjoy what we’re doing. Do you play a sport? Instrument? Video game? Do you cook? Do you have … Continue reading How can we learn to live in the moment?