You Can’t Control the Pitch

Honestly I don’t like baseball.  If I’m flipping through the channels and hit a station airing a baseball game I just keep right on flipping.  I’ve been to a few games and I did enjoy myself but I think a large part of that enjoyment was all the beer I drank which...

Location Rebel: Work From Anywhere

My good friend Sean Ogle of Location 180 has put together what I think is an awesome program that teaches you many of the methods that Sean uses to build a business you can run from anywhere on the planet.  It’s called Location Rebel and Sean was gracious enough to...

Homeschool: Our First Week

So we decided that we would start homeschooling our kids after a series of drastic budget cuts within the school district and the closing of our local neighborhood school.  We also didn’t want to put the kids in school just to pull them out again in a few months when...

The Meaning of Life

People search all their lives for the meaning of life.  They read books.  They find religion.  They go to school.  They take a sabbatical.  They commune with nature.  They seek the truth high and low.  Well today I uncovered the meaning of life on a bumper sticker of...

Why You Don’t Have the Money to Travel

I’ve spent the last several weeks shaking my head over the negotiations going on in Congress regarding raising the debt ceiling.  In many respects it’s sad to see the partisan bickering and school-yard bantering going on.  I thought we had elected grown-ups but...

7 Links

OK, so maybe I am a bit late to the party but it was only a few days ago that I saw that Phil of Phil in the Blank had secretly nominated me to be a part of the 7 Links Project back on July 6th.  (And then this morning Gillian of One Giant Step nominated me).  OK,...

Interview with Worldschool Adventures

One of the things I’ve really enjoyed about the travel community we’ve become a part of is the number of families I’ve met that have made the same decision as we have to uproot and travel the world.  You could say that they are taking a sabbatical of sorts.  One of...

Getting Ready for World Travel with Joseph

I thought it would be cool to sit down and talk with my youngest son Joseph about our plans to move to Indonesia for an extended period of time.  We’ve talked with the kids a bit about flying in a plane, living with Oma and Opa (Grandma and Grandpa) and the different...