Stage three (wait, what happened to two?)

Sorry guys – high time for an update, isn’t it?

Okay.  So my first month of living as a nomad had a pre-arranged itinerary, planned well in advance.  The week in London, Christmas in Cumbria and New Year in Hamburg were all part of that. Continue reading


30c3: expectations thoroughly exceeded

Photo credit: Antje Bendrich CC-BY

Photo credit: Antje Bendrich (CC-BY)

Don’t worry, the blog hasn’t died already, but I don’t want this to turn into some kind of dull personal diary – so rather than writing posts purely for the sake of doing so, I figured I’d wait for something worth writing about.

First though, for the sake of a quick update – the minimalist lifestyle is going great so far. Since the last post I’ve spent seven days in London, six in my homeland for Christmas, and am now currently half way through a seven-day stay in Hamburg, Germany.

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Stage one complete!

A little over a year ago, I happened to stumble upon this:

Pictures of millennials with everything they own (and it isn’t much)

I said before that discovering Benny’s blog was responsible for this whole crazy idea finally forming in my mind, but it’s probably fair to say that the above article was equally to blame. Especially the phrase:

“…tend to live in sublets, traveling with a few boxes (or ikea bags) from one short-term arrangement to the next…”

I’m fairly sure this wasn’t the author’s intention, but that article made me feel envious.

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