slow travel

Financial Case Study: Christopher Many – Author

07 | 11 Financial Case Studies

Christopher Many’s been nomadic since 1997, as an author. Authors don’t make a ton of cash, and Christopher shows how slow full-time travel costs way less!

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The #1 Reason Why I Love Slow Travel

12 | 19 Life as a full-time traveler

In the last month of being in Panama, I realized why I love slow travel so much. It’s a unique travel benefit; and one that’s very rewarding.

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Travel Fatigue, and Slowing Down the Pace of Travel

03 | 03 Life as a full-time traveler

Travel Fatigue…..it’s a bitch. About a month ago, I realized something wasn’t right. I couldn’t quite define what was going on, but I had an unsettled feeling in my gut. I was fundamentally tired; feeling like I hadn’t gotten a truly good night of sleep in months. On reflection, I realized this was true; too […]

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If you Aren’t on the Move, Are you Still a Traveler?

02 | 02 Australia

A question asked of me recently by a reader, and possibly especially pertinent now that we are looking at staying in Australia or even longer, may be: “Do we still consider ourselves to be travelers?” You may wonder how I can satisfy the title of The Professional Hobo if I am in essence “settling down” […]

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Moving On…But Staying…But Traveling…

01 | 27 Australia

I would say that our time in Australia is coming to an end and that it is time to move on. But that would be a lie. In fact, quite the opposite: our time in Australia is not coming to an end. But it is still time to move on. Let me explain.

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