You Would Die If You Knew Just How Rich We Were
You would. Admit it, right now, this second, you are rolling your eyes, saying “Of course, they can travel forever, they’re so stinking rich! Damn them!” Years ago, I was sharing with an old (and very rich) friend how tough it was to pay my way through community college and work three jobs to make it, while my peers were partying at frat parties in Ivy League schools paid for by mommy and daddy dearest. Her wise reply,” That’s how the cookie crumbles.” I used every ounce of restraint not to punch her in the face. I have always, always, always hated those people who were born with a silver spoon up their asses and profess that it’s ‘so easy’. Well, of course, it’s easy when your rolling in dough! And so, if you knew how rich I was, you’d die. I’m about to share with you a few insider secrets you may not know. They’re pretty shocking, so hold on.
First of all, for those who are really, seriously interested in really, seriously taking the necessary steps to afford this nomadic family lifestyle you really, seriously want to consider these two really, seriously amazing e-books: Saving for a Dream and The Shortest Road.
Now, I’m really, seriously objective because Kobi and I wrote them, but really, seriously they are two hells of amazing books. They are. And really, seriously I can’t stop writing this really, seriously thing cuz I’m quite giddy at the moment. Our family is currently working for/living in this really, seriously amazing hostel (Garden Village) in Cambodia and we really, seriously want to go to the bar to chill with some really, seriously cool backpackers we just met. So, I’m not focused, ADHD, and am using really, seriously to keep me on task. So, I hope you can handle it.
So, we’re talking, first of all, the Saving for a Dream and The Shortest Road e-books. I’m usually not this forward but my date is waiting for me, so, you understand. You do need to read information that inspires and guides you to make these dreams come true. There are amazing blogs out there (like mine!) and tons of good information. Go get it!
Here are some of my most popular articles regarding how to change your relationship with money, saving money for nomadic family living, unknown traveling families insider information, and how 10 remarkable families afford their nomadic family lifestyle. Three of my favorites are The Ying Yang of Living Without , Poverty for Christmas, and If I Only Knew Then. I know you’ll enjoy them.
Second of all, OMG, my date just walked out the door. Shit! I like that guy. OK, so I’m going to pay attention to my man and laugh and be gay. I promise if you go through and read every link here in the text above, you will find awesome secrets to help you on your way. I guess with the enormous,stressful decisions before me (write more or go out for a date at the bar with Kobi- Kobi wins), you’ll have to just find these resources by following my links.
I will tell you one secret that I must leave you with before walking out the door in my little black dress (everyone needs one, you know) that in many, many third world countries you can pay rent a month in advance what you currently are paying for your electric bill. We’ve paid $150 a month in Ecuador, $240 in Thailand, $200 in Cambodia (part-time working in the hostel) and lived free house-sitting in Panama.
OK, I”m outta here. We’ll talk tomorrow…or the next day… or online… Or, come find us at the bar. Third floor; we usually sit near the back; I’m wearing the black dress that usually gets lots of attention….
We’d love to hear from you and connect. I always, always, always write back.