I vår senaste intervju pratar vi med @nomadwise_ hur fraktionellt ägandeskap kan hjälpa dig äga flera bostäder i hela världen – utan att spendera en förmögenhet 🏘 #svenskanomader
1 2927 minutes ago
Part of the nomad experience other than riding camels in the -26 degrees snowy desert and living the Mongolian way is eating what different cultures eat trying new things. On this menu is boiled horse and very little vegetables.
It's a beautiful day to be living in Florida! Happy hump day y'all!.
3 1246 minutes ago
Luna's!!! We just had to go here and they happened to have one of the best hamburgers ever (it was smothered in beer cheese)!🍺🧀 Then we headed to our first Alabama brewery, @bigbeachbrewing. It was a nice brewery with a great atmosphere. The guy in the flannel shirt isn't too bad either. ♥️
(1/2) Exactly two years ago, we were cycling through the snowy and winding roads of the Czech Republic. - Where are you heading to? - people asked. - To the south, to Athens. - we answered, but even to us, this goal seemed distant. And yet it supposed to be only half the way. Shortly after the boys from Pogotowie Rowerowe showed us how to replace spokes and adjust the brakes, we set off. We had four thousand kilometres ahead of us, and at that time my most distant bicycle trip was the loop to Gołuchów, which wasn't more than 35km...🤭😅 That day the temperature reached -6 degrees, and I spent the rest of the afternoon warming myself next to the radiator and rubbing my frozen feet. Setting out for our trip, the thermometer showed -10 degrees, and it was snowing even in Pristina. The first meters were to be remembered as moments of elation and glory. Polish-Czech border, two bicycles, two girls, ten panniers and friends waving in the background. It was supposed to be beautiful. It was meant to be moving. We stopped the car in the middle of nowhere, packed our bikes, dressed all layers of clothes and helmets (which made us look like two snowmen with hydrocephalus) and went ahead following the narrow path that an old tractor had previously paved in the snow. We smiled to put on a brave face, but there were many disturbing thoughts playing in my head. I felt that my wheels are buried in the snow, and underneath there's a land frozen in fantastic forms. Sh*t, I thought. It doesn't look heroic 😅 But go, go on! Pretend. They don't see it from the back. And suddenly, a genius idea passed through my mind. Let's wave! Yes! It will win the hearts! It will quench all fears. - Wave, @kowalczi , wave!!! Our hands and hearts we raise...oh damn, pick up this bike quickly, maybe they didn't see...And again, ladies and gentlemen, we're cycling forward with a huge smile on our faces, trying to make it to the bushes where no one can see us anymore and so we can push our two Bad Ideas on wheels through the snowdrifts...
Social media means something very different to me now than it did before we started traveling.
Then: it was a way to connect with friends I already knew.
Now: it is a way to connect with friends I’ve not yet met.
The combination of our our full-time traveling lifestyle, in addition to the work that I do leading healthy habit accountability groups has allowed me to connect with a pretty amazing base of women online.
It’s one thing to connect daily in our private group with encouragement and support, but the thing I really love is that I very truly could meet these women in real life at some point!
Nadyia and I have been connecting closely online for the past several months. She participated in my Water Challenge, my 12 Days of Fitness Challenge and has dove right in developing her habit of regular water, good food and exercise. In fact, the exercise program that I am currently doing (and was initially scared to take on) is because she (and several of her friends in our group) decided to take it on first. I love the way we can challenge and courage each other to grow and face fears!
This last week my digital and physical worlds came together when my family got to meet up with Nadyia’s family (@life.beyond.scrubs) for a day at the beach. It was so fun to spend the afternoon watching our husbands visit, see our kids play in the sand and learn more about what God has put on each of our hearts for the coming year. Thank you Nadyia for sharing the day with us and for being an encouraging part of my life. .
Social media carries a lot of power but I’m determined to wield that power for good, to use this tool for building up and bringing together, rather than tearing down and pushing apart.
What about you? Has social media been a tool for good in your life? Do you have a group of women that you are accountable to for your healthy habits? Have you met any of you IG friends in real life? How did it go?
3 16an hour ago
Abby and AJ, thank you so much for sharing your story with us. I had been eager to feature you guy's since we met in Idaho. I'm so glad your travels are going well and I look forward to keeping up with you on your Youtube channel One Life living.
To our readers! Follow more of their adventures on their YouTube Channel.
Don't forget to read their blog post on Open Road Chronicles and see where they are going next.
"We headed to Breckenridge Colorado for Christmas and the winter season. We will be here until March for work, skiing, snowboarding and more exploring!! We thank God for the path that he has us on and we continue to trust the Journey!"
Early morning at the Secret Lagoon, El Nido.
Floating here and having the place all to myself was definitely worth the 5am wake-up call. If I’d come just an hour later, the tiny lagoon would have been packed with day trippers.
When was the last time you beat the sun out of bed? 🌞
Go confidently in the direction of your dreams- live the life you imagined.
Photo by @roamingwildcampers