Some resources I found told me where to travel and what to do there, while others explained to me how I could re-tool my life to travel more. Shuffling between all of these resources got tiring, however, and left me feeling like I had little real guidance.
The good news is that my intuition has (mostly) taken me down the right road: I quit my last “real job” more than three years ago, and have been traveling several months per year since.
The better news is that I’ve used all the knowledge and insight I’ve gained to create Leave Your Daily Hell, a one-stop shop for anyone who wants to break free of monotony, see the world and start living.
Now one of the world’s most popular travel blogs, Leave Your Daily Hell inspires, informs, entertains and empowers more than 50,000 travelers per month. Whether you’re a novice nomad or roam the globe like it’s your job, travel starts here.
With Leave Your Daily Hell, I’ve taken the opposite approach: I encourage you to dream as big as you can! Read my inspirational travel essays to remove the blocks that stand between your goals and reality, or use my travel photography as visual inspiration.
Plan Your Trip
Rather than providing you with every piece of information that exists about a particular destination, my travel guides and trip ideas provide you with clear, concise overviews of more than 50 countries, giving you the information you need to craft the trip that’s right for you, not the trip that I took.
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