One of our primary goals for sharing our journey through The Nomadic Lifestyle is to inspire and encourage others to travel. Recently, we’ve had the pleasure of talking to other travelers and travelers to be. One such would be traveler is Sydney Kathryn. She runs a wonderful site to share her passions about travel, fashion, and photography. We thought it would be great to share her story with everyone to show that we’re not the only ones around bit by the travel bug 😉
So, without further adieu here is our guest post from Sydney.
My name is Sydney and I write the blog discoversupplement.com. As this is The Nomadic Lifestyle, let’s talk about travel. I have been planning my own travels for I don’t even know how long. I find means to feed my hunger for exploration through books, websites, YouTube videos, anything I can get my hands on to escape from my small town in Connecticut, even just for a few moments. I don’t even have a passport, nope. It is just one of those things that you nag and nag your parents to drive you to the post office or even just fill out the paper work, but everyone is “just too busy right now”. My feet have never touched ground unattached to North America; I think about that a lot. Sometimes I contemplate just laying out on the grass and feeling the vibrations of the earth below me, knowing that they are isolated to my continent, my home… for now anyway. I want new ground to walk on, new vibrations to stir my soul. I’m determined to experience culture and learn the stories of others all around the world, and determination can get you very far, hopefully as far as Europe, Australia, Africa and every other continent. I believe that the want to connect with others across the globe and see the entire world we have been abruptly placed on is innate, living and feeding a spark within all of us. Angela and Chris have only heightened my itch to explore, their story is absolutely insane- I love it!
For now, I’m on a mission to discover new ideas from the comfort of the trusty keyboard and glowing screen of my laptop as I express my passions of photography, world issues, style and writing; it’s an unlikely cocktail that just seems to work for me and hopefully my readers too. Even in the short time that it has existed, my pixelated creative outlet has brought greater meaning to my life and what it means to be a citizen of a global community and becoming a catalyst for positive change in our society.
Wishing you many adventures of your own,