Becoming Nomad

Hi. My name is Mike. And I’m a nomad. “Hi, Mike!’ I’m also a geek, foodie, journalist and podcaster. My goal is to live everywhere and eat everything.

Atlas Obscura

In an age where everything seems to have been explored and there is nothing new to be found, we celebrate a different way of looking at the world.

Classe Touriste

Join Classe Touriste around the world and explore places, cities and countries in a refreshing and new style.

Along Dusty Roads

Along Dusty Roads brings you the beauty of Latin American travel.

Adventure Journal

Adventure Journal is an online magazine devoted to outdoor adventure in all its forms. It was founded in 2008 by Steve Casimiro, former editor of Powder magazine, founding editor of Bike magazine, and West Coast editor of National Geographic Adventure.

A Little Adrift

Hiya! I’m Shannon. In 2008, I began traveling the world. Since that day, quite a few things have happened. I never stopped traveling. I wrote a book (it’s about volunteering). The folks at National Geographic named me Traveler of the Year (I’m still reeling). Universities around the U.S. let me speak to their students about global citizenship (this is my passion). Millions of you found your way to this corner of the internet (holy cow!). And together we created an entire community with one common belief: a life of travel creates a story of the world worth telling.

Out of Eden Walk

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and National Geographic Fellow Paul Salopek is retracing on foot the global migration of our ancestors in a 21,000-mile, seven-year odyssey that begins in Ethiopia and ends in Tierra del Fuego. This site houses our experimental journalism, cartography and educational initiatives.

Altucher Confidential

Most people worry about what other people think of them. Most people worry about their health. Most people are at a crossroads and don’t know how to take the next step and which road to take it on. Everyone is in a perpetual state of ‘where do I put my foot next’. Nobody, including me, can avoid that.

World of wanderlust

World of Wanderlust is an established travel + lifestyle blog with a mission to inspire, intrigue and inform readers to travel to more places, more often.


When we started, there wasn’t really a broadly accepted term for bags, wallets, cases, luggage, and all the products we use to carry our things. To us, this is ‘carry’. We’re here to discover, discuss and disseminate new and better ways to carry.

Sidetracked Magazine

Sidetracked Magazine is an online and printed journal featuring a limited collection of personal stories of adventure travel, journeys and expeditions. The concept is simple: to capture the emotion and experience of adventures and expeditions throughout the world… and to inspire.

Jungles in Paris

The planet has been charted and documented, and yet there are still discoveries to be made. Unfamiliar ways of living and extreme natural environments help us gain perspective; the seeds of enlightenment lie in the world’s mountains and seas, deserts, and swamps, and city sidewalks. Focusing on culture, craft, geography, and wildlife, Jungles in Paris attempts to tell edifying, inspiring stories that celebrate the multi-colored variety of the world around us.


Practices, research, and ideas from Google and other organizations to put people first.

Expert Vagabond

Hi! My name is Matt, and I’ve been constantly traveling the world for the past 4 years. Adventure travel & photography are my passions. This travel blog is where I share entertaining stories, useful tips, & captivating images with you from my adventures around the world.

Digital Nomad - Travel Dispatches From Andrew Evans

Digital Nomad Robert Reid investigates the whys and hows of how we experience the world and encourages people to follow his lead by “traveling like travel writers.” Check out his adventures as he explores the world’s most unique destinations with passion and purpose.

World Venture Project

My goal is to better understand the world by traveling and experiencing countries and cultures first hand. I am especially fascinated by how technology – particularly the spread of internet connectivity and mobile – is changing the world at unprecedented speeds. I plan to visit every country in the world and this blog is a collection of my observations on select countries and how technology is impacting the world, as well as a few travel tips that may help others experience the world more.

The Minimalists

Joshua Fields Millburn & Ryan Nicodemus write about living a meaningful life with less stuff for 4 million readers. As featured on: ABC, CBS, NBC, BBC, TODAY, NPR, TIME, Forbes, The Atlantic, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, USA Today, and National Post. They live in Missoula, Montana.

Just One Way Ticket

I’m Sab, nice to meet you! I’m just another random girl from Berlin, almost non-stop traveling since 2008. This travel blog is a summary of my experiences, my disasters and escapades, plus tons of travel photos and tips for memorable traveling around the globe.

The Suitcase Entrepreneur

I’m Natalie Sisson and I like to call myself the Suitcase Entrepreneur because, since leaving New Zealand in 2006, I’ve travelled the world, lived out of my suitcase and run an online business that allows me massive freedom while generating a six-figure income in 2014 alone.

Hi, I’m I make Nomad List, Remote | OK, Startup Retreats and Go Fucking Do It. I travel to work from anywhere, bootstrap companies and only own what fits in my backpack. Previously, I founded a music network on YouTube w/ 100+ mln views.

Wandering Earl

On December 25th, 1999, I left the USA for a three-month, post-graduation trip to Southeast Asia. It’s now been over fourteen years and that trip has yet to finish.

The Tropical MBA

Joshua Fields Millburn & Ryan Nicodemus write about living a meaningful life with less stuff for 4 million readers. As featured on: ABC, CBS, NBC, BBC, TODAY, NPR, TIME, Forbes, The Atlantic, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, USA Today, and National Post. They live in Missoula, Montana.

Location 180

In 2009 my life sucked. So I quit my job, moved to Thailand, built a business, and started living life the way I’d always wanted. Location 180 documents the journey and teaches you how to do the same thing.

Nomadic Notes

My name is James Clark and Nomadic Notes chronicles my travels and life as a digital nomad. Nomadic Notes is a travel blog from the perspective of a long term traveller. The site features travel guides, travel tips, and notes on places I have visited around the world.

Nomadic Matt

My name is Nomadic Matt and I’ve been traveling the world since 2006. I’m here to show you that it’s possible to travel without a lot of money. This website will provide you with experience tested tips and advice on need you can travel anywhere you want without spending a lot of money.

Legal Nomads

I’m a former lawyer currently traveling (and eating!) my way around the world, one country at a time. This site began when I quit my job in 2008 and took off to see the world, having saved up money by lawyering for 5 years in New York City.


Rolf Potts has reported from over sixty countries for dozens of major venues, including National Geographic Traveler, The New Yorker, Outside,, National Public Radio, and the Travel Channel. Rolf is perhaps best known for promoting the ethic of independent travel, and his book on the subject, Vagabonding has been through nineteen printings and translated into several foreign languages.

Stop Having A Boring Life

This blog is the account of my life after I liquidated everything to travel the world indefinitely and find a new home in my favorite place on earth; wherever that may be aka chase my dream.

The 4 Hour Workweek

This blog is one of Inc. Magazine’s “19 Blogs You Should Bookmark Right Now”, and it has been ranked #1 on the Top 150 Management and Leadership Blogs list, based on Google PageRank, Alexa traffic ranking, Bing results, Technorati authority, Feedburner subscribers, and PostRank.

Exile Lifestyle

I’m a professional author and international speaker, I co-founded a publishing company, and I travel full-time, moving to a new country every four months or so, that country determined by the votes of my readers.

The Art Of Non-Conformity

Welcome to The Art of Non-Conformity (AONC), a home for unconventional people doing remarkable things. I’m Chris Guillebeau (pronounced Gil-a-beau). I write books and travel. Over the past ten years I visited every country in the world—but my next quest is just beginning.


The goal of the blog is to provide insights and inspiration for those of you who consider a long term nomadic lifestyle. I would like it to be a change agent that allows people to get unstuck, if they wish.

Almost Fearless

Christine Gilbert is the author of and has been traveling overseas with her husband Drew Gilbert since 2008.