Theories

Thoughts on Nomadic Relationships

I didn’t write the following, but the author, Colin Wright, seems to have written pretty much everything I would have written about relationships which work for me (this style of living isn’t for everyone). Enjoy! The following is an excerpt from an e-book by Colin Wright, Come Back Frayed. (source)[…]

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Full-Time Nomadic Living

I have spent a lot of time since the winter of 2009 thinking about full time nomadic living. In 2009 I was buried in liabilities and expenses and bleeding money by several hundred to a couple of thousand dollars each month as my publishing company sucked money into a huge hole.[…]

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Feeling Disconnecting from Family & Friends after Travel

It’s just my theory; I don’t have any studies to back it up other than dozens of random conversations with other travelers and expats, but I do firmly believe that the more we travel am different cultures the more we become disconnected from our own culture. Feeling Disconnected after Travel;[…]

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Why I Travel

Admittedly everyone travels for different reasons. The majority of Americans travel for vacation reasons; they wish to escape the 9-5 work day and go somewhere exotic with beaches and exciting adventure experiences or to sit back on a cruise ship and be pampered all day. I believe my reasons are[…]

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Airlines Should Seat Window Seats First

I’m sure that there is some think tank type committee that meets in a secret bunker sipping wine while making major decisions for the airlines which affect millions of travelers every year. Perhaps they hire genius level experts who clean house on Jeopardy or can beat Deep Blue in a[…]

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Downsizing Clutter

One of my goals for 2011 is to simplify my life and reduce the amount of belongings I have. I had no idea when I started into my goal how much stuff I actually have. While I wouldn’t consider myself a hoarder, it has taken me months to sell hundreds[…]

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Imax Screen

Tips for Watching IMAX Movies

IMAX theaters are know for their massively huge screens, impressive sound systems, and stadium style seating. I saw my first IMAX film in Las Vegas years ago. Back then, none of the main stream block buster titles were showing at IMAX. Only PBS style nature and science films were showing.[…]

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wrist watch

Waiting for an Appointment

Perhaps one of my biggest pet peeves is making an appointment with a business professional, like a doctor, and then sitting and waiting in a reception room for 30 or 40 minutes before the person will see me. Medical doctors seem to be the worst at this. I believe if[…]

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alarm clock

Life without an Alarm Clock

It all started several months ago when someone I was dating made the startling revelation they did not use an alarm clock. At first I was dumbfounded; how in the world could anyone function without an alarm clock? To me, this was almost like living without electricity or modern plumbing.[…]

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