“Gypsetters are artists, designers, and bon vivants who live and work around the globe.”
That’s how author and New York Times journalist Julia Chaplin described people with free spirits who trek to global destinations while keeping a laid-back luxe lifestyle. I don’t normally favor labels, but I don’t hate this one.
Jeremy and I have always been kinda unconventional, we don’t really follow set rules or subscribe to tons of societal norms. But over the years without realizing it, we’d worked our way squarely into the traditional house/car/job version of success.
Then, we gave it all up.
Now, we travel full-time in a down-to-earth, high/low style, spending stretches of time in whatever place captures our imagination. It’s an alternative way of living, one that’s based more on happiness and creative inspiration rather than possessions or money.
In a nutshell: I’m trying to climb Kilimanjaro, not the corporate ladder.
On our journey, we’re accompanied by two carry-on suitcases, Jer’s bright orange backpack, and a long-haired chihuahua named Lilly with her own passport. Our days are spent meditating, writing, eating, podcasting, laughing, and dreaming of a long, full life spent chasing the sun.
To hear us tell our story, listen here.
To hear us being a little sillier, listen to our “Sunday Sitdowns” here.
To get answers to most of our FAQs, read here and here.
To see how our first year on the road went, read here.
To see where we’ve been so far, go here.
To listen to The Life Bohemian Podcast, go here.
For My Favorite Things (think casual city guides), go here.
If you’re taking your pet to Europe like we did, go here.
And finally, if you’re only here for Lady Lilly (can’t say I really blame ya!), go here.