Travel & Inspirational Link Round-Up, March

by gigigriffis

Photo: Rovinj, Croatia

:: First, let’s talk about money. Or rather, how to live a rich life (and why money – to some extent – isn’t the point).

:: Is full-time travel for everyone? Nope. Which is why my friend Ali wrote this Dear John letter.

:: Speaking of full-time travel. Here are some of the biggest myths about it.

:: As a writer and avid reader, I love Barbara Kingsolver’s answers about her writing process, research, and books.

:: It can be surreal to talk to people in real time after following their work online. You know who is just as nice as I thought they would be? Betsy and Warren Talbot, who I recently interviewed for a magazine piece.

:: Speaking of awesome people, I love love LOVE this interview with my friend Anette O’Neil.

:: For those of you wondering, I’m still doing lots of long walks while listening to podcasts. I was late to the sensational Serial, but fell in love with it as much as anyone in the end.

:: The other wonderful thing I’ve been listening to this year? Alan Watts’ lectures. There’s just something incredibly calming and wonderful about him.

:: What to do when everything goes to shit.

:: Finally, a fascinating profile on psychic-crime fighter. Just because it’s fascinating.


Good stuff you might have missed on the blog:

:: This is Why I Love Airbnb

:: How to Make a Temporary House Feel Like Home

:: On Deep Blue Nights, Uphill Hikes, & Turning 30

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4 comments

Angie Away March 30, 2015 - 8:36 am

Thanks so much for including my mythbusting post! Appreciate you so much!

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gigigriffis March 30, 2015 - 9:27 am

Of course! Loved the post.

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Ali April 1, 2015 - 2:50 am

Thanks for including me! I do envy people like you who are able to make the nomadic life work. I still think it’s a fascinating way to live despite the difficulties, but I just haven’t been able to make it work for me. I guess my need for stability is stronger than my desire for constant wandering. But I’m going to keep tweaking things!

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gigigriffis April 1, 2015 - 3:33 am

I think we all keep tweaking things. After all, I did spend a year in Switzerland and Luna and I still can’t keep up the pace of most nomads. :)

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