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Introducing: The NM Case Study Project


Months ago, I announced that I wanted to help four readers plan their trips from start to finish as part of a case study project for this website.

9 Things I Learned While Driving Across the United States


After 12,000 miles and four and a half months on the road, I’m home. My epic book tour across the country is over, and I fell in love with the United States all over again.

Introducing a Brand New Awesome Nomadic Matt (Plus Some Announcements)


For close to three years, this website had the same design. When it came out, I loved it but over the course of those three years, the website has grown with a new forum, destination guides, new books, sections, and much more.

Travel and the Art of Losing Friends

After months on the road, you find yourself back home and excited to resume old friendships. You plan dinners, get-togethers, and nights out.

How to Visit Napa Valley on a Budget

With its verdant hills, acres of vineyards, and temperate climate, Napa Valley in California is one of the world’s premier wine-producing regions.

Introducing: The NM Case Study Project

Months ago, I announced that I wanted to help four readers plan their trips from start to finish as part of a case study project for this website.

The Travel Slump (And How to Deal With It)


The slump. It happens to us all. After months on the road, you wake up one day and feel a little off.

How to Visit Napa Valley on a Budget


With its verdant hills, acres of vineyards, and temperate climate, Napa Valley in California is one of the world’s premier wine-producing regions.

Travel and the Art of Losing Friends


After months on the road, you find yourself back home and excited to resume old friendships. You plan dinners, get-togethers, and nights out.

How to Take Professional Travel Photos


Photography. It’s not something I’ve very good at. I take all my pictures on an iPhone and, if they aren’t used on the blog, they mostly just sit on my hard drive.

Searching for a More Balanced Life


Somewhere in Wyoming, I realized my life had gone off track. I was at a scenic overlook, gazing upon these majestic mountains rising up from the ground in the distance, and all I could think was “OK, it’s time to go!

9 Things I Learned While Driving Across the United States


After 12,000 miles and four and a half months on the road, I’m home. My epic book tour across the country is over, and I fell in love with the United States all over again.

How to Stay Safe in South Africa


On the second Wednesday of the month, Kristin Addis from Be My Travel Muse writes a guest column featuring tips and advice on solo female travel.

How To Pack A Professional Travel First Aid Kit


I get a lot of questions about health care on the road. How can I avoid getting sick? What do you do about vaccines?

How to Travel Across the United States on $50 a Day


The great American road trip is a rite of passage in the States. We Americans have a unique fascination with the open road.

21 Amazing Restaurants From My Road Trip Across the United States


In the past five months, I’ve driven over 12,000 miles on my cross-country book tour. I visited over 40 cities and ate hundreds of meals of varying quality: some were good, some thankfully very forgettable, and others of “OMG I can die happy now” quality.

9 Things I Learned While Driving Across the United States


After 12,000 miles and four and a half months on the road, I’m home. My epic book tour across the country is over, and I fell in love with the United States all over again.

The Travel Slump (And How to Deal With It)


The slump. It happens to us all. After months on the road, you wake up one day and feel a little off.

20 Amazing Restaurants From My Road Trip Across the United States


In the past five months, I’ve driven over 12,000 miles on my cross-country book tour. I visited over 40 cities and ate hundreds of meals of varying quality: some were good, some thankfully very forgettable, and others of “OMG I can die happy now” quality.

How to Travel Around South Africa


On the second Wednesday of the month, Kristin Addis from Be My Travel Muse writes a guest column featuring tips and advice on solo female travel.


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