July 11, 2012

Vagabonding Case Study: Ryan and Laura

 

Ryan and Laura

RoundWeGo.com

Age: Ryan, 31: Laura, 29

Hometown: Chicago, USA

Quote: “Stop making excuses and make travel a priority. Enjoy the adventure of not always knowing where you’re headed next.
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May 30, 2012

Vagabonding Case Study: Jason McAnuff


 

Jason McAnuff

www.bikingit.com

Age: 26

Hometown: Sheffield, UK

Quote: “I find stillness through movement and a certain peace I only find on the road, .
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May 2, 2012

Vagabonding Case Study: Lisa Lubin

Lisa Lubin

www.LLworldtour.com

Age: 39

Hometown: Chicago, IL

Quote: “I loved the momentum and near-constant adrenaline rush, but at the same time, yearned for some roots and traveled slower and slower as I went.
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April 18, 2012

Vagabonding Case Study: Sean Upton

Sean Upton

whereintheworldissean.blogspot.com

Age: 24

Hometown: Southampton, UK

Quote: “The minute you stop making excuses and start making changes is the minute your vagabonding adventure begins.
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March 21, 2012

Vagabonding Case Study: Jasmine Stephenson

Jasmine Stephenson

jasminewanders.com

Age: 26

Hometown: Tampa, Florida

Quote: “Stop making excuses. You will find a million reasons not to go, a million things holding you back. It’s okay to be afraid, nervous, anxious, doubtful. It will all be worth it. Take the leap.
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March 14, 2012

Vagabonding Case Study: Emile Baizel

Emile Baizel

emilebaizel.wordpress.com

Age: 35

Hometown: San Francisco, CA

Quote: “Be open to anything. And you do that by not planning so much.
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March 7, 2012

Vagabonding Case Study: Stephen Lioy

Stephen Lioy

monkboughtlunch.com

Age: 25

Hometown: Bossier City, LA

Quote: “Without good people, even the coolest place can look a little dim. On the other side of this though, even the dullest place in the world can still be fun in good company.
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February 8, 2012

Vagabonding Case Study: Heliana Trovato


 

Heliana Trovato

Age: 30

Hometown: Buenos Aires, Argentina

Quote: “Don’t worry about anything. Never. Things work out for themselves. You just have to be awake, to see the way. It’s as simple as that.
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February 1, 2012

Vagabonding Case Study: Maurizio Pedrazzoli

Maurizio Pedrazzoli

toomanymao.tumblr.com

Age: 33

Hometown: Born in Sondrio, Italy. Currently lives in London, UK

Quote: “I believe that a vagabond is a searcher who is looking for answers.
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January 11, 2012

Vagabonding Case Study: The Eatons


 

Caroline and Josh Eaton

www.traveling9to5.com

Age: 26

Hometown: Chicago, IL

Quote: “If you have considered or even dreamed about taking a long-term trip, start making changes in your life NOW to get you toward that goal.
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