I spent the end of the year like I've spent the last three, traveling.
Since I was nineteen I've been on the move. It has become a way of life for me. Moving to a new place every couple of years. As I look to the foreseeable future my location may stay fixed for more time than I had planned. That being said, I came across a book that introduced me to the idea of being still or more so that art in staying still.
I attended World Domination Summit 2016.
It's interesting, I read that sentence back in my head and somehow it's not as exciting as I always envisioned it to be. I'll backtrack a little to provide some context.dit.
My daughter has been on this Earth for nine years. In that time I've tried to maintain one constant in her life -- travel.
Making a difference in the world through compassion + positivity- The story of Janelle aka MotoGypsy
Perfect intersections can find you at just that right time. And luckily in this instance I recognized it.
I wrote a post last year expressing my feelings on the intrusion of technology in our lives. In that same post, I also expressed my admiration for technology, because I value how it has advanced our lives for the better.
This will be the first part of what will be a multi part write up. Capturing all that I experienced in Thailand and Cambodia is to large to fit into one post.
So, I finally made it to Southeast Asia! A land of lush jungle, crystal clear water, and flocks of spectators.
Father, traveler, self trained creative, and spectator of life. The quest is to live a life intentionally, to construct a life of my choosing. I left the comfort of home at the age of nineteen and have been enjoying the Viaje as it unfolds ever since