My last day of work was on Friday and I have packed up my car ready to drive back to eastern Pennsylvania. For the foreseeable future my time is my own and I can do with it what I want. I have no monthly bills, no debt and my daily obligations mostly consist of figuring [...]
My last day of work was on Friday and I have packed up my car ready to drive back to eastern Pennsylvania. For the foreseeable future my time is my own and I can do with it what I want. I have no monthly bills, no debt and my daily obligations mostly consist of figuring out where I will sleep that night and what I will eat for my next meal.
I was worried that I had decided to keep too much and it wouldn’t all fit in my car to drive back to Pennsylvania. The worry was unnecessary. Everything easily fit into my car and I’m ready to go. Besides what I intend to keep I have successfully sold or given away everything else I owned. I’ve made some travel cash in the process and am ready to hit the road. It’s liberating knowing that I can move wherever I like by simply packing up my car and driving to a new location. This will make my life considerably easier once I come back to the U.S. and want to to find a job and place to live.
The Next Few Weeks
The plan until August 18th is straightforward. Go back to the Philadelphia area and say goodbye to family and then go on a road trip with my dad and brother to Boston and Maine. In recent years my family has decided to spread out so I’ll be moving between the northeastern corner of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia and its surrounding areas, and Delaware.
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About the Author: Sam Langley
Sam Langley left a comfortable and profitable job with an insurance company in the USA to travel the world. He has been going for years, and has not stopped yet. Keep up with his travels on his blog at Cubicle Ditcher. Sam Langley has written 147 posts on Vagabond Journey. Contact the author.
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