My wife and I are frantically trying to wrap up our life in Japan. Needless to say, there are still a million things left to do and the clock is ticking. It is a lot of work to leave a country.
Less is More
It really is amazing how much stuff you can accumulate over the years. I thought I was pretty good at limiting my consumption but I have purchased so many things that I barely use or have never used. My wife and I are really looking forward to a simpler existence in the near future. Less stuff, more life will be our motto.
Anywhere Lifestyle, Here We Come, but I hate to give away my sofa
JetSetCitizen on other Sites
Lifestyle Design is Easy, Maybe on Untemplater.com
Authenticity is for Losers, Only Liars Succeed on Untemplater.com
Entrepreneur turns Vagabond: Journeying on, Destination Unknown on SoulShelter.com
I love Japan but it is Time to Go on NoDebtWorldTravel.com
Some Cool People to Check Out
I would also like to give a shout out to some online friends. All are fantastic people that I personally vouch for. (NOT affiliate links)
Adam Baker of ManVsDebt is coming out with a new product Tuesday March 9th so keep your eyes open.
Karol Gajda of RidiculouslyExtraordinary has his ebook, “How to Live Anywhere” coming out on March 5.
Brian Peters at NoDebtWorldTravel published “The Ultimate Guide to Traveling the World.”
Anil Polat of foXMad published “Overcoming the 7 Major Obstacles to Traveling the World.”
I will be much more mobile in the very near future so hopefully I will have a chance to meet up with more of you on the road. Please comment or email. I love to hear from everyone.