Thoughts on full-time travel, intentional living and the constant pursuit of fulfillment.
A Weekend in The Greatest City in America™
Emily Ann Hill2 months ago
Skyscanner made me do it.
More likely than not, a portion of our bucket lists will remain untouched forever — and that's okay.
Emily Ann Hill3 months ago
An attempt to convince myself that not taking action is the appropriate course of action.
Emily Ann Hill4 months ago
My greatest fear in life is wishing that I had brought a jacket.
Roads? Where we're going, we don't need roads.
I'm writing about writing again, look at me go.
Emily Ann Hill5 months ago
Real talk: Those fabulous 1970s Pan-Am flight attendants were really something because traveling itself seriously blows.
Emily Ann Hill6 months ago
Girl Scouts. Yearbook Club. Tennis Camp. All things I probably would have loved to get involved in as a kid, but simply didn’t have the time for.
In maybe the least surprising statement ever, I’m a sucker for a good travel blog.
If you decide to hunt for the hidden treasure in the sacred valley, turn to page 14. If you decide to take the perilous mountain pass up to the mystical wizard's observatory, turn to page 22.
As a self-diagnosed perfectionist, sometimes I struggle to hit publish. Here's how I'm grappling with that.
Emily Ann Hill7 months ago
I stopped freelancing at the beginning of the year in order to completely focus on growing my collection of e-commerce businesses.
Emily Ann Hill9 months ago
Today I have a ✨big announcement✨ of what I'm doing with my life in 2023.
Emily Ann Hilla year ago
Back in March 2020, did you suddenly realize that your only “hobby” was grabbing happy hour with your coworkers or bottomless brunch with your girlfriends? Because I sure did.
During the past year, I’ve been haphazardly writing personal essays, mostly self-reflective pieces about my wacky nomadic lifestyle. I’ve since decided to formalize things by starting this newsletter.
Beyond having the opportunity to travel to some unforgettable bucket list destinations, nomading has also provided me with this interesting opportunity to experiment with change.
Right now, I’m writing this from a hammock under a palm tree, in arms reach of some homemade guacamole, with an empty to-do list, zero social obligations, and not a morning alarm in sight.
Emily Ann Hill2 years ago
It was a vicious cycle: Daydream about traveling the world, plan everything down to the most minuscule of details, and when it came time to actually click that seductive “book flight” button, chicken out.