In this section you will be able to access some great stories from actual vagabond and their vagabond blueprints, I call them “Vagabond Stars,” folks that are experiencing there new found lifestyles (or not so new). You will be able to have front road seats in learning who they are how they make the transition and how long they adopted their nomadic lifestyles. Some of them are expats, others have a home based in USA and travel as little as one month at a time (like me), and others have no permanent home and travel all over the world.
Second you will be able to connect with what really takes to make this leap. We will have articles and ask you the hard question and you answer them in the privacy of your own home and really face the facts all by yourself – Are you ready to be a Vagabond? Here you will find that your decision is primarily emotional and we will help you with that as well.
You will also learn different business and career models that you will be able to learn from and emulate to help you build your very own “Vagabond Blueprint.”
Live the lifestyles that you want however you want it. Is about conscious living, simplicity in life, finding an economically sustainable model, and travel experiencing a wide range of adventures.
Sustainable Vagabond Models
As the sustainability word gets thrown around lately, we are sometimes confronted by frustrated people who ask what we mean by “sustainability.” What they really want to know is relevant is sustainability to them as individuals, their organization, or their community. Is it a threatening concept, or a friendly one? Or maybe it’s just a fancy, multiple-syllable word for something to which they are already paying attention, at least partially?
According to Wikipedia; Sustainability is the capacity to maintain, to support, to endure. “For humans, sustainability is the potential for long-term maintenance of well being, which has ecological, economic, political and cultural dimensions. Sustainability requires the reconciliation of environmental, social equity and economic demands – also referred to as the “three pillars” of sustainability or (the 3 Es).”
Vagabond Lifestyles is about Simply, Sustainable, and Nomadic living.