I spent most of the week reading about people who quit their 9-5 jobs, packed their stuff and became travel hackers and location independent self-sufficient people. Really interesting and inspiring stuff. Really distracting, too. I haven’t been so focused on work this week. I really should do more if I want to get more monies. I mean, I gotta remember that I’m on a no work-no pay thing here. I have ongoing jobs but I haven’t finished them yet and I’m nearing the deadline. GAH.
Anyway, I know I’ll be able to finish the work. I’m just feeling a little frustrated over myself right now because I know I can do so much more. This would be one of those low weeks, I guess. I’m thinking now maybe that’s why I’ve been more inclined to read about other people who have been through something like this than to do actual work. These inspiring people have a lot of advice and tips. Sometimes I don’t know where to start. Just learning all about these super cool terms can be overwhelming. Travel hacking? Location rebels? Rabblement? Whut?
Know what I’m talking about by reading about these travel hackers, freedom thinkers, and location rebels.
- Location 180 – “build a business, live anywhere, achieve freedom”
- The Friendly Anarchist – “your life, your pace, your rules”
- Disrupting the Rabblement – “waging war on thoughtless living”
- The Art of Non-Conformity – “unconventional strategies for life, work and travel”
- Take Flight – “stories about amazing people who’ve taken to the skies to change their world”