Planning Our Digital Nomad Path in 2018

My 2017 goal has been to enjoy living with the unknown, rather than jumping to solve for it. I wanted our nomadic adventure to push us to exist in the now. I wanted us to take a breath, look around, and go in whatever direction we see fit. Doing so is a challenge. I’m a […]

Exploring Nashville, the Slow Way

Now that we’re a solid four months into our digital nomad adventure — we’re working remotely and visiting a new city every month or so — we’ve learned a few key lessons in how to best approach this adventure of ours. One of the biggest learnings is that, to us, our concept of ‘balance’ will shift with […]

One Weekend in Portland, Maine

Jess and Brian joined Adrienne and I on our adventure for the weekend. We ferried over to Peaks Island where we rented a golf cart and looped it twice in a few hours. Yeah, it’s pretty small. There’s also an old fort, Battery Steele, on the north end which is covered in beautiful greenery and graffiti. Just […]

Stocking Our Traveling Nomad Kitchen

Of all the things we packed up when we jumped into this nomad adventure, our kitchen was the hardest. By the time we left Brooklyn earlier this year, we’d built up such a store of pans, knives, equipment, cookbooks, and spices that Joe was storing his bread making equipment in our laundry closet down the […]

Street art in Montreal's Le Plateau

Home, For A Little While: Our Local Guide to Montreal

We’re already saying farewell to Montreal tomorrow, after kicking off our nomadic adventure here earlier this month. Between adjusting to this new life of ours and witnessing the past month’s news cycle, it’s been a whirlwind. The news cycle has scared, angered, and saddened me daily — I’ve also felt somewhat removed from the goings […]

Visiting Montreal's Jean-Talon Market in Summertime

A Summertime Visit to Montreal’s Jean Talon Market

This past weekend, two weeks into our August stay in Montreal, Joe and I decided we’d waited long enough. We could finally revisit our Montreal favorites from our 2012 stay. Returning to the Jean-Talon Market in Montreal’s Little Italy neighborhood was at the top of our list. The outdoor market is massive: the produce stalls […]