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Nora Dunn (The Professional Hobo)
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The Professional Hobo; Traveling Full-Time in a Financially Sustainable Way
The Professional Hobo; Traveling Full-Time in a Financially Sustainable Way

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Shortly after arriving in Tokyo, my friend threw me into the deep end at Shibuya crossing. Whew! What a ride. Here's more info about the place, why I'm in Tokyo, and some video of the Shibuya Crossing experience. 

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Using ATMs abroad is more complicated/restrictive than at home. These mistakes could leave you stranded, freeze your accounts, have your accounts cleared out, or at the very least result in you paying way too much in fees. Arm yourself with information!
+Alex Golke

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Beware! If you make these ATM mistakes, you could have your accounts frozen, get stranded without money, have your accounts cleared out, or at the very least pay too much in fees.
via +Creditwalk

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I've been wearing clothing from Encircled for a few years now, because it's super comfy, versatile, and ethically/sustainably made. Fav pieces include the Chrysalis Cardi, Evolve Top, Revolve Dress, and Flipside Leggings.
Interested? For the next few days, you can get $25 off a $100 order by using the code ETHICALFASHION
+Encircled

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I swung through Hollywood Florida between Ecuador and Japan. Why? Because it's (kind of) a home base for me. Here's why: 

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What's the best luggage for long-term travel? Check out this video for a primer, then this post for more info and luggage recommendations: http://www.theprofessionalhobo.com/best-luggage-long-term-travel-backpacks-vs-rolling-luggage/

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Do you want to visit the Andes mountains, but can't decide between Ecuador and Peru? Here's a little video to help you decide.
For more information, check out this post: http://www.theprofessionalhobo.com/visiting-andes-ecuador-or-peru/

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Konichiwa from Japan! Upon arrival at the airport, I went straight to the bathroom. Not only because I had to go, but also, because I wanted to see/experience Japan's famed confusing toilets. As soon as I sat down on the toilet, automatic babbling brook sounds overpowered the sound of my delightful tinkling. I didn't have a chance to test out the other buttons, but I will...next time. Stay tuned. (And please, pray for me.) 
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Many of the travel blogger couples I interview for my Financial Case Study series do extremely well financially, probably because they have double the manpower. +Alesha And Jarryd NOMADasaurus are no exception! Read more about their careers and lifestyles here: 
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