November 23, 2011

Vagabonding Case Study: Sarah Muir and Sarah Hasazi

Sarah Muir and Sarah Hasazi

sarahsonashoestring.com

Age: 24 and 25

Hometown: Portland, Maine; Burlington, Vermont

Quote: “We’ve learned to adjust our definition of wealth to mean time and not money, and this was instrumental in the final decision to quit our jobs and take to the road.
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November 16, 2011

Vagabonding Case Study: Los Fogg

Los Fogg

losfogg.com

Age: 36 and 30

Hometown: Valencia, Spain

Quote: “Take the firm decision of doing the journey first, and everything else will fall into place by itself.
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November 9, 2011

Vagabonding Case Study: Gary Williams


Gary Williams

garywilliams.co.uk/tag/travel-lifestyle

Age: 40

Hometown: London, U.K.

Quote: “It’s been a radically liberating experience. I feel free to live my life the way I want unencumbered by superfluous ‘stuff’..
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November 2, 2011

Vagabonding Case Study: Conrad and Louisa

Conrad Ferrel & Louisa Lungu

ferrungu.blogspot.com

Age: Conrad – 31; Louisa – 30

Hometown: Calgary, Alberta – Canada

Quote: “Anyone can vagabond and travel – as long as you are committed to spending/saving money for life experiences and not material goods, vagabonding is very possible.
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October 12, 2011

Vagabonding Case Study: Sara Schultz

Sara Schultz

gladpike.blogspot.com

Age: 35

Hometown: Minot, ND / Portland, OR

Quote: “You’ll never feel more alive and a part of the world than you do when you are on a long-term traveling adventure.
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October 5, 2011

Vagabonding Case Study: Robyn Skinner

Robyn Skinner

robynswanderings.com

Age: 32

Hometown: Bermuda

Quote: “By South America, I had given up on books entirely. The prices were always wrong, and Lonely Planet, in general, liked to focus on where to drink rather than giving a sense of the place. I found talking to locals and backpackers at the hostel was a better avenue than books.
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September 21, 2011

Vagabonding Case Study: Dave and Emily Carlson

Dave and Emily Carlson

shortstorylongtrip.tumblr.com

Age: 28

Hometown: Los Angeles, California

Quote: “ It’s exciting to buy stuff when you’re in the planning phase. It makes you feel like you’re already in the process. But resist the urge – you need much less than you think.
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September 14, 2011

Vagabonding Case Study: Jorge Mendoza

Jorge Mendoza

jmcb51.wordpress.com

Age: 23

Hometown: Valley Center, San Diego

Quote: “Personal freedom begins with a leap of faith… you only regret the things you don’t do.
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August 24, 2011

Vagabonding Case Study: Trent McCay

Trent McCay

trentinoz.com

Age: 24

Hometown: Birmingham, AL

Quote: “Vacations are comfortable, adventures are not.
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August 17, 2011

Vagabonding Case Study: Nora Dunn

Nora Dunn

www.theprofessionalhobo.com

Age: 35

Hometown: Toronto, Canada

Quote: “We all have ideas. But until we do something with the idea, it remains lifeless. It’s all about the execution.
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