You just need to be a little more flexible than the average “tourist”.
The tourist mindset can be expensive. Being a traveler, however is different.
I traveled the world for 5 years with my family. We stopped here and there – lived on a few islands from anything from a few weeks to 2 years at a time.
It’s not a race to complete a bucket list or “get” every experience, but rather to slow things down an enjoy a few quality experiences.
The ability to think on your feet and adjust your trajectory on the fly is an important skill for travel, and life.
Expect many course corrections. Don’t be surprised when obstacles get in your way. Life is messy and the best-laid plans have a habit of fraying at the edges, or falling apart completely.
That shouldn’t matter though – you’re committed to this, right? You’ll find another way to get there. The specific plan you choose isn’t important… the destination is everything.You don't need to win the lottery to go travel the world. You can start asking questions like "What if?" Geo Arbitrage is just one of the many lifestyle alternatives that are popping up in recent years. Start thinking like a traveler rather than a tourist. You can actually travel the world without being a millionaire. Extended travel, like life, is full of its highs and lows. Quitting your job and traveling the world might not be for everybody. But, if you seek adventure, why wait until you retire? Get busy now...