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Hey everyone.

I probably won't be updating this blog much anymore. Not because there are no more adventures in simplicity in my future, but because my next adventure in simplicity is just too big for this little, wandering site.

I will say a little more about that soon, but for now it's still super top-secret (not really, though—shoot me an email and I'll be happy to tell you all about it).

If you're here looking for tiny house posts, you can find them here.
For writings about my scooter ride around North America, click here.
For the journals of my time in Europe, click here.
Those from India and Nepal can be found over here.
Click here for stories about Namibia.
And right here for those of my bike ride around Morocco.
For everything else, check the archives on the right.

I won't be as available to answer questions or respond to press inquiries as I've been in the past, but you can certainly try me here, and I'll be happy to get back to you if I can.

Apologies for being so cryptic, but I promise exciting things are ahead and to share more about them in the next few months. 'Til then, lots of love, and I hope you're enjoying a life that's being lived on your terms.

— J

5 comments:

  1. I like how you think. Here's a quote to hold onto during your next trek. Gregg Wynn, Appraiser, SAHOC. "A journey is best measured in friends, rather than miles." - Tim Cahill

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  2. Nice to hear your stories tonight. My son liked them too. Let me know if you need a place to stop in SE MN on your way east. KM

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  3. I am completely obsessed with tiny homes and someday I hope to take the leap. Maybe when my daughter is all grow up and leaves me *sobbing* I will travel...collecting my inspiration and ideas from creative and amazing people such as yourself.

    Bright Blessings
    Kelly

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  4. It's great to see people thinking things through in terms of retiring just before you die! How insane is that! I love what you're doing!

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  5. i love your philosophy on life! I don't know if you check comments on this page but I have watched videos for years on YouTube but only now did I click through to the website. What a story. I hope all is well now. I am truly disappointed that the community did not quite work out the way expected. What do they say more people more problems. I guess it's good the homes are on wheels. Best wishes for 2016! <3 Jenuine

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