In 2012 we journeyed around the world. It was the culmination of years of preparation. We’d scrimped and saved, renovated and sold houses, downsized and donated roomfuls of stuff. The time was right.
For the past eight years we’ve been on a joyful quest to simplify our life. It’s been a journey that has taken us from minimizing our possessions and streamlining our digital footprint, to downsizing our abode and becoming financially independent. We’ve done it all … and we’re thrilled with where we’ve landed.
The one-year anniversary of our move into our little Lexington townhouse is fast approaching, and we’ve focused on making the place our own.
Last night we had one of those long, cleansing summer storms, complete with deep, rolling thunder and eye-clenching lightning. You know the kind. And when you get up the next morning, the whole world looks fresh and new.
So how do you follow up a trip around the world? Good question. It’s a tough act to follow! And it’s the question we started asking ourselves about a month ago as our RTW was winding down. We realizedthat we weren’t ready to settle down – we are Nomads, right?