ABOUT THIS NOMAD

 

Pisa, Italy - Travelling in 2013

Pisa, Italy – Travelling in 2013

A Restless Nomad

“My Journey Travelling the World, Living at Home & Everything In-between”

I want to be a nomad, or at least I think I do. I have a travelling addiction that cannot be stopped! I’ve travelled Europe, some of Asia, North America extensively, and I’ve even lived abroad in Italy for a year. But I want more.

Thankfully this next adventure is going to be just as epic as the last. Starting August 2014 I’m working as a Nomad at Liberty in North Korea, bringing awareness of the North Korean crisis throughout North America. I’ll be travelling all around the US and Canada, learning, teaching, and having a great time exploring the world!

I’m looking forward for this new adventure not only for the travel but for everything that I will learn about North Korea and the world. What’s the point of travelling if you know nothing about where you travel!?

– Natasha

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14 thoughts on “ABOUT THIS NOMAD

  1. Hi Natasha,
    Just wanted to complement you on the huge accomplishment of your weight loss. You did an amazing job and you look fantastic – you’re a very beautiful young woman. I watched a lot of your videos because I was researching the Bernstein diet. They were very useful to me. It seems that you have also really matured and grown over the last couple years since you started the diet and spent a year abroad. Congratulations.

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  2. Hi Natasha, where are you in your chronicling to achieve your health goals? I’d like to tell you how valiant it is; and whether you are aware of it or not, how intrepid your travels are. Thank you for sharing, and good luck! (Labouring Under Correct Knowledge).

    Tim

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    • Hi! I love travelling because I can explore new places, meet new people, learn new things, and feel free. It’s one of the best feelings to get out of your comfort zone and visit a new place! Travelling helps me be me! What do you like about it?

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      • I agree it can help you discover yourself but that is also the biggest challenge. You can go to the most beautiful and historic places but once you’re there it’s up to you to appreciate your surroundings and make the most of your time. Would you agree?

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      • Yes, it is up to you to make the most of where you are. But this is true with life too! We are all required to appreciate our surroundings in order to live life to the fullest!

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  3. I’m like you, and now that I am at home, I am doing my TEFL now 🙂 I want to explore more. I blog-googled “restless nomad”, because that’s what I am, and I found your blog. I will read it now 🙂

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