“Do You Get Lonely On the Road?”

Well, do I—punk?

(check out my answer from the beach…)

 

My tools:

 

Loneliness ebbs and flows; it’s a part of life.

There’s no escaping it, and no one is immune to it.

Sometimes it’s really present for me, and other times, I’m feeling ridiculously connected.

Whether I’m in the dark moments or celebrating the good times, I try to remember, “this too shall pass,” (even the awesome stuff!) so I try not to get too stressed, or to let things just pass me by without appreciating them and experiencing them fully.

 

So that’s my take on it. How about you—punk? ;)

 

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How do you handle loneliness during your travels?

I’d love to hear your response + any other thoughts you have below.

 

 

Linsley O.

OH – and this pretty cool thing started happening recently (definitely *not* a moment I felt lonely!). I gave a “Nonstop Awesomeness” wrist band to someone I met in LA, and she sent in a photo of it! :)

Without prompting, others have been sending in pics, too!! I’m adding them to the Facebook page, and also want to highlight them here!

Thanks so much to Linsley O. for snapping this pic in Humboldt County, before heading off to Australia to rock the band there!

 

If I’ve given you a wrist band, I’d love to see a pic from wherever you areface optional! :)

(and currently, the bands are only available by meeting me in person.)

 

Looking forward to learning more!
Nathan

 

PS – and of course, I couldn’t use that phrase up top and not share some Clint-Chair love… :)

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Former life: actor/office worker/virtual assistant; lived in Los Angeles for 11 years. Since then: sold nearly everything, took a $5 flight to Hawaii, lived there for 3 months, wrote an eGuide about all of it, and still traveling. Currently: digital nomad - looking to improve myself, have fun and serve others.

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