quit job. travel world.

travel bloggerNike Trainer to Travel Blogger

Many of you know about my travel journey. You know I moved to Asia, sold stuff, quit job, blah blah blah. But you don’t know the details. what was it like? craziest food? men? favorite place? hardest part? best story? You had a lot of questions. I wanted to tell you everything but I was busy experiencing everything. Seriously. My mind was blown on a daily basis.

I’m ready now.

I’ve collected my thoughts. I’ve organized my video footage. I’ve spent 4 bottles of wine learning editing software.

This is the first of many episodes documenting 3 years of solo travel. I made this. I hope you like it.

I’m a nomad, a travel blogger, a runner, a coach, a seeker. I’ve traveled further and longer than was planned. My name is Angel. I have no idea how this will end.

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18 thoughts on “quit job. travel world.

  1. @Lori. Lori! (screaming your name). When I return to the U.S., you and I are grabbing coffee. xoxo

  2. You know, I watched the last five seconds roughly fifteen times in a row! You funny! I miss you!

  3. Such a beautifully put together video. I’m going to use 4 wine bottles to study from now on!

  4. @Jai. Are you kidding me?!? Of course, I’m going to tell the REAL story. People have no idea what it’s like. They think I’m zip-lining all day. No. No, I’m not playing with monkeys and running on the beach all day. No. I’m gonna tell all the truths.

  5. And no, no one ever describes what it’s like to be alone with you for days on end. Folks usually cover it with talk of how many people they meet, which is true. Will you speak of what it’s like to wander with only your inner dialogue? Will you speak of what it’s like to sometimes realize that you haven’t spoken deeply with another person in days? I’m looking forward to more truth on traveling solo, the parts that have been spoken of before and the parts that rarely gets talked about too.