Unexpectedly in April 2013, I became a free bird. I found myself thrown into an odd situation: I was about to complete my work contract and be out of work. My room-mate needed me to move out suddenly. (Read about what happened.)
Instead of being stressed out, I decided to turn this sudden change of circumstances into freedom. I knew I had enough money to survive for a couple of months and tackle the first thing on my bucket list: Buy a one-way ticket somewhere on a whim and see what happens.
2013 suddenly became a lot different from what I had imagined.
Within weeks, after some sincere confusion and bouncing around ideas, I took the leap and accepted a job offer in Thailand and joined the one way ticket club. I was going to Thailand, one-way, clueless but with an eager heart.
I lived in Thailand for a month, and when it was time to leave, I wasn’t ready to go home yet. I was determined to find a way to prolong my adventures as an expatriate. I continued travelling, eventually locating work and deciding to move my home base to Melbourne, Australia.
Follow me as I live abroad and find adventures around every corner.