Paul Fishman

The One Thing You Must Do Before You Say Yes

Oh hey! It’s your boy Paul Fishman, Self Love Coach and You Do You, activist, here to drop some knowledge on why jumping straight into a life of yes might be the worst thing you could do for yourself. Especially if you aren’t doing this one thing first. Are you ready? Ok. Me too! Don’t

10 Surreal Travel Experiences for 2019

Some of the worlds most excellent, and best bucket list experiences to make your 2019 a year of saying yes! 1 – Eat With a Giraffe at Giraffe Manor, Kenya You’ve probably seen the photos on Instagram, Giraffes poking their heads into the manor house as you have your morning breakfast. This h

7 Experiences to Gift This Christmas 2018

When it comes to life – I’m all about the experience; I also don’t mind splashing the cash every now and again if it means I get to try something new and unique. The same goes when it comes to finding presents for my friends and family for Christmas or Birthdays. One of the downsides

Steam Train, Harz National Park

8 Things to See & Do in Harz National Park + Vanlife

Harz National Park is a mountain range located in the north-central region of Germany, not all too far south from the bustling city of Hanover. Wind your way along the steep mountain roads that seem to appear out of nowhere after endless hours of flat, and you’ll be glad that you made the trip! We

David in hammock overlooking the ocean

My 18 Best Travel Tips After 5 Years Traveling The World

It’s been 5 years now since I sold all my possessions and left England with the hope of seeing more of the world. My adventure started just before Christmas in 2013 when I took a one-way flight to Copenhagen, Denmark. I can’t say I was nervous, nor did I know what to expect and like

Using your phone abroad

The Travellers Guide to Getting Online & Data Roaming

The complete guide to SIM cards, WiFi Hotspot Devices & Data Roaming. For travellers and Vanlifers. As you might have guessed, Nadia and I both have remote jobs. They give us a ton of freedom, but as you also may have guessed – require us to be online and working — gotta pay those bi

How We Make Money on the Road

We get a lot of questions from our travel tribe, most of them asking about how we make money while traveling the world full-time. So, without further ado – I’m going to run through what David and I do so that we can work three days per week, and still afford to live a life

Will Taking A Sabbatical to Travel Hurt my Career?

For the ambitious adventure seeker, finding a balance between your passion for travel, and getting to the top in your field can be a tough balancing act. Often this results in work coming first, but eventually, this can lead to career fatigue and regret later in life. So, is it possible to “take a

Cotswolds

Vanlife in The Cotswolds – Where To Go!

The South West of England is a truly magical place to visit, with quaint country roads, charming riverside pubs, and friendly locals galore – the Cotswolds and surrounding areas have been one of our most memorable vanlife trips in the UK thus far. If you’re planning on visiting this luscious

Nadia in Madrid

4 x Vanlife Tips For Visiting Madrid

1. Park Outside of The City We had heard from fellow vanlifers that by parking in Madrid, you run the risk of having your bus graffitied. So instead of parking in Madrid itself, we stayed in one of the quieter areas on the outskirts called Pinto and got the train into the center of Madrid