This will mark the first post in a series about my life as a nomad. I often receive questions about how I handle this or that situation when I don’t have a permanent home and I’m limited in how much I can carry from place to place. While I don’t think living out of a backpack is a cure-all solution for peoples problems, I certainly think I’ve learned a lot from the experience and hopefully in this series everyone can find a little something of use.
Education on the Road
I have an addiction to universities. It hasn’t be easy either. They’ve used up ten years of my life and have cost somewhere in the neighborhood of $400,000 (not that I paid for it all). If that’s not depressing enough already, I don’t even use a single one of my degrees in daily life. The good news is that unlike a drug addiction, an addiction to education has some fairly wonderful side effects. Lucky for me too, because unlike my shopping addiction, I think this is one habit I’ll never really break.
So what to do? Although there are Continue reading