Olivia Anderson- Nomadlo

Creating a life you don’t want a holiday from is the best thing that can happen to you, very few people in the world leave their comfort zone to create a lifestyle that not only fulfills their financial needs but also create wholesome life full new experiences and adventures.

When I have a bad day, I look back at this photo to remind myself that I am capable of anything. Not only was the view breathtaking, but the story behind this photo continues to inspire me every day. I was in Ubud, Bali. Desperate to do the sunrise hike up Mount Batur. Sadly I was struggling with a parasite in my body meaning I hadn’t eaten for 7 days. I made the decision to push myself to get up the volcano, 2 and a half hours of climbing up tumbling rocks, to get to the top.
An opportunity arose and I took it regardless of the situation I was in. Because I knew the end result was better than my current situation. And my god was it worth it. Push yourself to do exceptional things, you never know what’s on the other side.

 

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Never let the fear of unknown stop you from doing something that could potentially be the best experience of your life so far, “the best things in like are on the other side of fear”
This year is about taking risks, getting outside my comfort zone, I wonder what crazy thing I will do next.

 

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There is a lot of uncertainty in the world at the moment. So here is a picture of me dancing in the streets of Morocco

 

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Chaing Mai, visiting a rehabilitation Elephant Sanctuary. What I would do, to be there now. Views that leave you standing with your mouth open.

 

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If this time of isolation has taught me anything, it’s to travel as long and as far as I can. The experience and memories we get from travel are so valuable and irreplaceable. Travel now, the money will return, time won’t

 

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Sitting in a rooftop cafe drinking Moroccan mint team, watching the hustle and bustle of the market below. Every inch of the city smelled incredible, filled with amazing fresh food, sweet and sticky desserts, incense, candles, and oils. Every corner filled with so much color and culture. How I could have easily filled a suitcase alone with food, spices, clothes and Moroccan decor, I just can’t wait to go back and visit other cities like Casablanca, Fez and the famous Casa Blue City

 

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