Yurt Years: Early Digital Nomad Life

As my current job ends and I start to look at how my new life might look, I am leaning very strongly toward a work life like I had when we lived in the yurt – a life that I saw summarized in a quote by Tim O’Reilly just this morning:

“Money is like gasoline during a road trip. You don’t want to run out of gas on your trip, but you’re not doing a tour of gas stations.” Continue reading Yurt Years: Early Digital Nomad Life

Perseverence Through Failure – A Success Story

As much as I love doing new things and going off the beaten path of my own life, it’s almost paradoxical how much trouble I have with failure – or even trying something new that I might not excel at. So in some ways it is surprising that I would find myself not only as a new parent but also five months later moving to a yurt in the woods. There, I didn’t know how to do most things I took for granted. I didn’t know how to fetch water, make a fire, cook on said fire, wash dishes without … Continue reading Perseverence Through Failure – A Success Story