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how to quit your day job and travel the world instead. written by nicole camack photography by vikk shayen

change. And that little life of yours you kept neatly tucked in, escapes to come into its riotous own. Everyone’s journey is different, but the reality is you don’t have to have a lot of money or time to live this life. We share abridged and diverse stories from people who’ve chosen this audacious, tangible, traveling lifestyle – why they started, how they do it, what they’ve learned along the way. In the end, we introduce a local who epitomizes how to take off those pretenses, just go, and be inspired without ever looking back.

Who doesn’t want to quit their day job? But traveling the world, while desirable, may seem unattainable. While the farthest you could ever travel is deep inside yourself, travel exhorts the most imminent version of yourself, away from the shadows of superficialities that may try to define you – like a job, locale, or material items. Absent these, exploration and adventure become tingly little propellers deep within you, and shiny little objects all around you. The sun shines more unapologetically. The sky screams blue while the clouds sun dance softly. Perspectives

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FOUR Volume N°4: The Can I Live? Issue  

The fourth and final volume is an exhilarating account of unapologetic, unleashed lifestyles and creations of those willfully led astray by...

FOUR Volume N°4: The Can I Live? Issue  

The fourth and final volume is an exhilarating account of unapologetic, unleashed lifestyles and creations of those willfully led astray by...

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