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The Courage to Travel & Live a Life True to Yourself

When Meredith and I started our journey of a slow travel lifestyle and creative mobile existence in early 2015, we had absolutely no idea what we were doing. Who am I kidding, we still have no idea what

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Life of a Travel Blogger: Money, Stress, Friends

I’m putting myself out there. Raw. Honest. Vulnerable. This is the second post in an ongoing series of articles that delves into the mind of one nomad travel blogger on a slow travel journey in life

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How Steve Pavlina Changed My Life

Who the Heck is Steve Pavlina? The first time I heard his name back in the year 2010, I asked that same question. I learned about StevePavlina.com and the 4 Hour Work Week by Tim Ferris all on the same

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2015 Tour de France Tips & Photo Diary

The final stage of the 2015 Tour de France in Paris was everything the Nomad Newlyweds expected from a world class spectator event. Huddled together in the freezing rain wearing nothing but shorts and

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How We Saved Over $18,000 in Travel Accommodation

I want to share with you how we saved money while traveling, and how you can do the same for your next vacation. I will get right to the point: we saved over $18,000 in travel accommodation costs, while

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How to Pick a Name for Your Travel Blog

Is it a cliche to pick the word Nomad for your travel blog? Who do these wanderers of the world that all use the same word think they are anyways? You have one of the originals – NomadicMatt, then

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Photo Diary of Belfast, Northern Ireland

Edgy, maritime, industrial. When I sat down to reflect on my brief time spent in the city of Belfast, I had difficulty coming up with exactly what I wanted to write. I like giving positive reviews of my

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The Gregory Guest House, Belfast

We stayed for one night at The Gregory Guest House in Belfast on our quick road trip to Northern Ireland in mid September, 2015. Traditional redbrick duplex on a tree lined street in the south part of

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