Meet Larry Hutton – a man who went from having it all (according to some) to giving it all up (according to others) for…HAPPINESS! A leap of faith and following his dreams makes for quite an inspirational story, if I’ve ever heard one 🙂 Enjoy! Tell me about your story. What made you want to
Check out the latest from Ms. Professional Nomad herself, Dorothy! A great piece on living seasonally and how it truly creates such a beautiful life. A good friend once told me, “our friends are better than Travelocity.” He couldn’t be more right. http://professionalnomads.org/2014/09/15/prosaic-in-nature-rejuvenation-in-transition/ Check out her site at www.professionanomads.org for more inspirational stories!
Entry #2 comes from my trip to Colombia back in 2010 – my first fall after working seasonally and my first experience having 2 months of freedom before beginning my next seasonal gig. This was also my first international solo trip…there was a lot of criticism for being a white female traveling to Colombia alone.
In my attempts of creating a website ( and hopefully starting a business) and trying to inspire individuals to pursue their dreams, I decided I would start sharing diary entries of times well before my seasonal life began. Some entries are short and others are a novel…and to top it off I’m not a professional
Traveling seasonally can pose a variety of dilemmas, one of which being groceries. Depending on your new home location you may find yourself hours from the closest store or perhaps you are close proximity but feel your only options are chain stores or worse, Walmart. Fear no more for below is a list of great
Steven and I met during our first year instructing at Keystone. Steven always had the adventurous spirit and was a highly motivated individual. If he wanted to do something, he just went for it! Motivated is a perfect way to describe Steven…through his story below you will see exactly why! Enjoy and please take the
Heading abroad? Check out Oysterworldwide for info on volunteer opportunities in various countries throughout the world. Oyster’s wide range of gap year programmes, career break projects and volunteering breaks allow you to get under the skin of a country and to do something worthwhile whilst you are there. http://www.oysterworldwide.com
Want to ride fresh powder every day in one of the snowiest resorts on earth? Want to experience a unique culture, eat delicious food and basically have the experience of a lifetime, whilst getting paid!? If this sounds good, then a job with Ski Japan is what you want! SkiJapan.com is the largest and longest
Hey all you international peeps!! Looking to work this winter between November and April? Currently in school? Check out CCUSA for info on J-1 visas to come and play in all our winter fun! The J-1 visa is for students looking to work abroad. It’s an excellent opportunity to travel, work, experience culture and meet