Food: A US Baseline

One of the topics I was most interested in learning more about as we travel is FOOD.  In a previous post, I shared my transition to the Keto Life, which has made me more aware and self-educated on our nutrition in the United States.  So…

Life Design and Working Remote

Four years ago, shortly after Nolan was born is when we first started talking about this trip. At the time, I was working for a small software company based in Indianapolis. I really enjoyed my job, but it was an office based position. I needed…

Packing 2.0

Change of plans! On Saturday before we left, I officially packed our three suitcases in order to weigh and validate my plan.  EPIC FAIL! Two reasons. Reason 1: After our 30-day trial run, we did officially pare down our clothes packing list, I was really proud…

Not Just Passing Through

As we make our trip around the world, I’ve done a lot of thinking about what I want to learn about each city we visit. I don’t want to be a tourist, I want to really embrace the city, the culture, the people, and breath…

Packing List

We are a family of three, with one 5-year old son, Nolan.  We plan on focusing on the essentials and striving to live a life of  less “convenience” while traveling, but we still want to be comfortable and enjoy our trip. There are a lot…

A New Normal

Our trip has officially begun, we are out of the house. We begin our trip with a trial run here in Fishers, Indiana. We are staying with a friend and starting to figure out a new normal. As we brought in our suitcases and bins,…

World School

For the past 18 years, I’ve been a full-time working professional mom.  Other than the 3-months maternity leave when Nolan was born, I’ve always worked full-time. I’ve worked in large companies, small companies, I’ve been a Vice President, an individual contributor, and a consultant, I’ve…