About the Journey
I have been traveling all across and around the United States since I was born. No matter how hard I’ve tried, it has been impossible to stop.
The goal is to see every last small town, urban concrete jungle, stretch of empty highway, and nature park that the USA has to offer, along with much of the globe, before I perish.
I was mortified by the slightest rumble of thunder as a child. One day I found myself driving towards tornadoes.
I have attended Vipassasna meditation retreats and seek to learn from all that life presents through self-examination and introspection.
I believe that, while money is very important, no amount of material possessions or financial worth will solve your real problems.
Conquering these inner demons must be among your top priorities. No need to stress, as this is only a lifelong process.
When it comes to material possessions, I believe that simple clean living triumphs chaotic cluttered complication.
I try to own as little as possible, while utilizing the maximum value of all of my possessions.
I thought reading was for losers for most of my life, now I pursue reading history, philosophy, business, and most importantly, positive and enriching stories on a daily basis.
Instead of watching the latest episode of Who Gives a Shit, I would rather go on a drive to a new town or hike a new trail in a park.
I believe that real and applicable learning happens in the real world, not in a classroom.
We live in a world of abundance. There are limitless opportunities for exploration, knowledge, experience, and fulfillment.
“There is not enough time” is time’s oldest excuse.
You must MAKE time, for whatever it may be that you lie to yourself about not having enough time to do.
I began this public journal in September of 2016. I will also continue to add events from the past from time to time.
The primary purpose of this website is to direct you towards the light of experience, wisdom, growth and fulfillment; and away from the darkness of drifting, boredom, mindless consumption, complaining, pointlessness, and most importantly, an escapist or poverty mindset.
I hope to pass on all of my positive and negative experiences from traveling near and far, as well as the day to day grind of life in order to add value to your life, while also providing entertainment at times. Some posts will be informative, some will be fun, and some will be quite blunt.