37 Creative and Adventurous Bloggers You Should Know

37 Creative and Adventurous Bloggers You Should Know

Do you dream of living a creative and adventurous life? One where you answer to no one but yourself while traveling the world, exploring your passions and connecting with fun and like-minded people?

The 37 creative and adventurous bloggers below are each on an unconventional life path like that. Most are trying to become completely self reliant while getting out to see the world first-hand. Some are at the beginning and some are well on their way. All of them are fun and inspirational to read.

I’ve befriended many of the people on this list this year. The community that has grown up recently around living an unconventional life of self-sufficiency and adventure is encouraging and supportive. Check these bloggers out tell me who your favorites are in the comments!

Side note: the bloggers are listed here in reverse Alexa ranking order (a rough approximation of how popular a website is). The lesser known bloggers come first and the better known come at the end. I figure that the blogs you may not already know can use a little more attention.

Here they are, 41 creative and adventurous bloggers you should know:

  1. Ashley Ambirge – The Middle Finger Project
  2. Site tagline: Rejecting the Status Quo & Rebelling Against Mediocrity
    Ashley says: “I will challenge you to a beer drinking contest, and I will win.”
    Why you should check this blog out: Ashley just started this blog about lifestyle design recently, but I already look forward to each of her new posts. Her writing style is witty and funny and the blog is definitely worth checking out.
    Most recent post: 33 Tell-Tale Signs You’re a Closet Lifestyle Designer

  3. Ross Collicutt – Rcthink
  4. Site tagline: Thoughts about adventures on the computer and in the fresh air
    Ross says: “I’m a cross between an adrenaline junkie and a geek that programs and loves tech toys.”
    Why you should check this blog out: Ross is an interesting combination of technologist and outdoorsman. He’s currently in Australia and New Zealand on an extended break from work and school.
    Most recent post: Creating the Life List

  5. Carl Nelson – Drop of Change
  6. Site tagline: Creating Sustainable, Curious and Mindful Living
    Carl says: “…sustainable change occurs only through a mindful pursuit of action.”
    Why you should check this blog out: Carl recently rebranded himself from his prior blog called Slacker Reform to this new blog about creating change. He realized that he wanted his work to embody more of the intersection of social action, green/sustainable living, and mindful lifestyle design. I’m looking forward to seeing where his new blog goes.
    Most recent post: The Affiliate Marketing Blunder

  7. James Schipper – Live Collar Free
  8. Site tagline: Lifestyle Without Limits
    James says: “I have a distaste for doing things that don’t make much sense.”
    Why you should check this blog out: James just started blogging last month, but spent many months getting to know people in the lifestyle design blogging community prior to starting his blog. That and his solid writing have helped him grow a strong readership after just a month.
    Most recent post: Book Review: Reclaim Your Dreams

  9. DeeAnne White – Live the Charmed Life
  10. Site tagline: the elegant guide to lifestyle design
    DeeAnne says: “I’ll be writing about my current adventure in which I travel the world in high heels, redesign my career, follow the sport of cricket and possibly break 90 on the golf course.”
    Why you should check this blog out: DeeAnne has a much different perspective that most bloggers on this list. She’s at a different place in her life, where she’s already had a career and raised kids. She travels in comfort and writes about many of the finer things in life.
    Most recent post: Live the Charmed Life

  11. Dwight Turner – In Search of Sanuk
  12. Site tagline: Funlanthropy, A Lifestyle of Having Fun Helping People
    Dwight says: “Where is your city? Where is your community? Wake up, take ownership and throw your hand in.”
    Why you should check this blog out: Dwight lives in Thailand where he works to live a lifestyle of fun and giving. He and friends like Cody McKibben of Thrilling Heroics started In Search of Sanuk (“sanuk” means fun in Thai) as a community where people can collaborate on fun ways to change the world around them.
    Most recent post: Sanuk My Saturday

  13. Derek Johanson – Live Uncomfortably
  14. Site tagline: Self Improvement, Lifestyle Design, Travel
    Derek says: “Living Uncomfortably is doing the unaccustomed everyday to break the cycle of routine and boredom.”
    Why you should check this blog out: Derek is a perpetual nomad who supports himself through small online ventures, like his 007 Lifestyle Guide. He recently biked the Pacific Coast trail from Canada to Mexico and is planning a long-term trip to Mexico this spring.
    Most recent post: My Life Is Threatened In Colombia (2 of 2)

  15. Nate Damm – Nate Walks America
  16. Site tagline: thoughts on lifestyle design and entrepreneurship
    Nate says: “I am helplessly in love with the Food Network”
    Why you should check this blog out: Nate is obsessed with helping people create a lifestyle of complete freedom. He also runs a Free WordPress Install service to help people get started blogging.

  17. Brooke Ferguson – Business Backpacker
  18. Site tagline: A Community for Digital Nomads and Vagabond Entrepreneurs
    Brooke says: “We started this blog to reach out to … help other entrepreneurs who want to build a business they can operate from anywhere in the world. How frickin’ exciting is that??!!”
    Why you should check this blog out: Brooke has led adventure travel groups across the U.S. and traveled the world. She consults with small business owners to take their message to a global audience and loves to encourage others to create the business & lifestyle of their dreams.
    Most recent post: Changing Yourself, or Changing the World?

  19. Chris Dunphy & Cherie Ve Ard – Technomadia
  20. Site tagline: Tales from Technomadia
    Chris and Cherie say: “We’re a couple of technomads – traveling, living, working and playing full-time in a small solar powered RV, embracing nomadic serendipity.”
    Why you should check this blog out: Chris and Cherie don’t have a home base or long-range plan. They live in a small RV, work from the road and go wherever they decide to on a whim.
    Most recent post: Farewell Jeep, Hello Tundra

  21. Stephanie Yoder – Twenty-Something Travel
  22. Site tagline: Why wait to see the world?
    Stephanie says: “I’m just a girl who can not sit still.”
    Why you should check this blog out: Stephanie got a taste of the adventurous life last year while living in London and backpacking around Europe. Unfortunately, her work visa expired and she ran out of money eventually. She’s now in Washington D.C. working and saving and planning her next trip around the world.
    Most recent post: Mostar: From the Ruins

  23. Andy Hayes – Sharing Travel Experiences
  24. Site tagline: Travel more.
    Andy says: “We tell travel tales and we share travel experiences – the good and the bad.”
    Why you should check this blog out: This site is more than just a blog. Andy and his team also offer a travel concierge service as well as travel specials and deals.
    Most recent post: Dream Adventures in Canada

  25. Carmen Bolanos – NuNomad
  26. Site tagline: Work While Traveling the World
    Carmen says: “We’ll share with you what we know about the process of going from work-at-home to work-anywhere-you-damn-well-please.”
    Why you should check this blog out: NuNomad aims to be a complete resource about working from anywhere for both aspiring “NuNomads” as well as people already living and working on the road.
    Most recent post: Design Your Lifestyle to Lose Weight Without Diet or Exercise – Really!

  27. Jonny Gibaud – The Life Thing
  28. Site tagline: Witty, Entertaining and Depressingly Helpful
    Jonny says: “I own three things I cannot live without – – My MacBook Pro, My Cannon DSLR and my Fossil Watch – everything else is disposable…”
    Why you should check this blog out: Jonny is currently living in Bangkok, supporting himself working less than 6 hours a week online. He does that by following principles he created called “Light Touch Living.”
    Most recent post: No Gumpy Boy, Life Is Like A Thai Massage

  29. Sarah Bray – Sarah J. Bray
  30. Site tagline: Websites & strategy for rockstars and gonnabes.
    Sarah says: “I work with online rockstars and gonnabes of every variety, aligning their particular genius with brand-building design and strategy. In other words, I build websites. For rockstars.”
    Why you should check this blog out: Sarah has a great little web design and strategy business going, but it won’t be little for long. She has figured out ways to market and brand herself that really work and people are starting to notice.
    Most recent post: The myth of the niche

  31. Robert Granholm – The Life Design Project
  32. Site tagline: REAL LIFE testing of lifestyle design, efficiency, automating money, fulfilling dreams and more…
    Robert says: “Our end goal? Freedom to live out dreams and notes on exactly how we did it.”
    Why you should check this blog out: Robert and his partner Brandon are on a mission to dissect exactly what is possible in lifestyle design (following books like the 4 Hour Workweek). They are sharing all the realities of creating income sources online.
    Most recent post: Keeping up with the Lifestyle Joneses

  33. Sean Ogle – Location 180
  34. Sean says: “I am just a guy trying to get the most out of life that I possibly can.”
    Why you should check this blog out: Sean is on a collision course with his ideal lifestyle after leaving his job last month. I can’t wait to see where Sean ends up.
    Most recent post: What Defines Success?

  35. Alan Perlman – the 9 to 5 alternative
  36. Site tagline: travel, lifestyle design, entrepreneurship
    Alan says: “The 9 to 5 alternative is a way for me to chronicle my travels and meet like-minded folk such as yourselves.”
    Why you should check this blog out: Alan has a really unique job that allows him to see the world while earning a living. He’s a global cost of living surveyor on a global scavenger hunt.
    Most recent post: Dushanbe, Tajikistan: Earthquake Aftershock, Mitsubishi and a Cheap Bribe

  37. J.D. Bentley – Wage Slave Rebel
  38. Site tagline: Lessons in dismantling the status quo
    J.D. says: “Wage Slave Rebel was founded as an online hub for the ever-growing digital community of freelancers, artists, bloggers, consultants, lifestyle designers and entrepreneurs, all of whom we collectively call ‘Wage Slave Rebels.’”
    Why you should check this blog out: J.D. doesn’t pull any punches. He’s known for his sharp commentary on the status quo and disdain for empty platitudes people in the lifestyle design community tend to make.

  39. Amber Zuckswert – Epic Self
  40. Site tagline: Awaken your mind, strengthen your body, refresh your spirit
    Amber says: “This blog is not about finding a quick fix to lifes problems that won’t last, but finding a way to live that will have you dancing into your 90’s.”
    Why you should check this blog out: Earlier this year, Amber packed up her life and became completely mobile. She’s now officially a digital nomad living out of just two backpacks.

  41. Dan Haneveer – Voyagner
  42. Site tagline: Adventure Travel and Lifestyle Design
    Dan says: “I say screw the naysayers, let’s do this.”
    Why you should check this blog out: Dan is currently working in IT support while he builds up a side income from various web projects. He’s planning to start traveling full time later this year, starting in Southeast Asia.
    Most recent post: Happiness Is The Key To Success

  43. Bud Hennekes – A Boundless World
  44. Bud says: “At 18, I believe I have a unique perspective on the topic of personal growth.”
    Why you should check this blog out: You may notice that there are a lot of young bloggers on this list. Why is that? Maybe their youth makes them optimistic and open? Maybe this generation is just different. Whatever the case, Bud is a great example of the fact that you can have something meaningful to share, no matter your age.
    Most recent post: Benefits of a Mastermind

  45. John Bardos – Jet Set Citizen
  46. Site tagline: Celebrating Global Citizens in Pursuit of an Excellent Life!
    John says: “Stop consuming things and start experiencing life.”
    Why you should check this blog out: John and his wife are on a one-year plan to free themselves from their small business (teaching English in Japan) so they can move to a new country by April, 2010.
    Most recent post: Digital Nomad Blog Carnival

  47. Dave Damron – LifeExcursion
  48. Site tagline: Making Your Excursion Through Life More Enjoyable
    Dave says: “LifeExcursion is not the light at the end of the tunnel, but the guide to reaching that desired destination.”
    Why you should check this blog out: In addition to traveling to cool places like Tasmania, Dave is also focused on general physical and mental well being. Dave recently scored a 17.3 on the RealAge test on his 26th birthday.
    Most recent post: Giving Without Receiving

  49. Matt Cheuvront – Life Without Pants
  50. Site tagline: Life, a little less restricted
    Matt says: “I create my own reality, and in it, no one wears pants, no one is afraid to say what’s on their mind, no one is afraid of failure and self doubt is a thing of the past.”
    Why you should check this blog out: Matt blogs on a wide variety of topics, from philosophy to marketing to Gen Y and always manages to keep his posts interesting and relevant. He’s just 24 years old and appears to have a bright future ahead of him as a blogger.
    Most recent post: The Inconvenience of Change Ebook Has Arrived!

  51. Colin Wright – Exile Lifestyle
  52. Site tagline: home of location independent sustainable designer and lifehacker, Colin Wright
    Colin says: “I started the Exile Lifestyle project to bring some semblance of order to a series of changes that I am instituting in my life.”
    Why you should check this blog out: Colin is in Buenos Aires now, running his sustainable web design business, and will be moving to a new country every 4 months. He lets his readers vote on where he moves next. He’ll be in New Zealand in a couple of months.
    Most recent post: How To Embed Your First Impressions

  53. Kirsty – Nerdy Nomad
  54. Kirsty says: “I want to learn a language that nobody would ever expect me to speak so I can spy on people on the bus.”
    Why you should check this blog out: Kirsty has been travelling since January 2008 living off earnings from the web. She is currently in Indonesia.
    Most recent post: Life in Rural Indonesia Post Earthquake

  55. Lea Woodward – Location Independent
  56. Site tagline: Live & Work Anywhere You Choose
    Lea says: “Who says you have to live by the rules?”
    Why you should check this blog out: Lea and her husband Jonathan are the original Location Independent Professsionals (LIPs). They’ve had an unmistakable impact on the community of people who strive to live and work anywhere they choose.

  57. Josh Hanagarne – World’s Strongest Librarian
  58. Site tagline: Get Stronger, Get Smarter, Live Better… Every Day
    Josh says: “Refuse to deal with life. Make it deal with you.”
    Why you should check this blog out: Josh has probably the oddest combination of personal attributes and interests of any blogger on this list. That’s also what makes him so interesting. He writes about having Tourette’s syndrome, lifting weights and being a librarian, among other things.
    Most recent post: How To Have Tourette’s Part 7: No Excuses

  59. Justin Wright – Justin Wright
  60. Justin says: “I’ve worked with people from all over the world and can honestly say I love what I do.”
    Why you should check this blog out: Justin has been self employed for a year after deciding he didn’t want to do something for a living that he didn’t enjoy anymore. He writes about blogging, consulting, marketing and being a digital nomad.
    Most recent post: 6 Reasons Why I Ditched My iPhone

  61. Tynan – Tynan
  62. Site tagline: Life Outside the Box
    Tynan says: “I write for people who want to make the most of their lives and experience life to the fullest.”
    Why you should check this blog out: Tynan lives in a tiny RV and travels around the U.S. and Canada. He supports himself by selling books about dating and living a nomadic life.
    Most recent post: The Most Important Thing in The World

  63. Cody McKibben – Thrilling Heroics
  64. Site tagline: Adventures in Lifestyle Design, Entrepreneurship & Location Independence
    Cody says: “I’m passionate about helping people break free from the conventional template lifestyle.”
    Why you should check this blog out: Cody lives in Thailand and supports himself by consulting with social entrepreneurs and non-profit organizations to create stronger web presence and global awareness for their causes.
    Most recent post: How to Go Location-Independent and Become a Digital Nomad

  65. Christine Gilbert – Almost Fearless
  66. Site tagline: Redesign your life. Travel the world.
    Christine says: “One night after I ran out of valerian root and melatonin, I stayed up all night looking through job listings in my field. I realized something—I didn’t want to do any of them.”
    Why you should check this blog out: Christine writes from her experience of transitioning from corporate manager to vagabond last year. She is now six months pregnant and still traveling (recently in Belize).
    Most recent post: Traveling Pregnant: Hiking and Tubing the Jaguar Reserve

  67. Adam Baker – Man vs. Debt
  68. Site tagline: Get Out of Debt… Get Into Life…
    Adam says: “If you are looking for someone who will openly blog about both trials and tribulations, successes and failures… you’ve found it. ”
    Why you should check this blog out: Adam and his wife Courtney and infant daughter are not only chronicling their journey to get out of debt, but also recently moved from the U.S. to New Zealand. They’ll be moving to Thailand at the beginning of next year.
    Most recent post: Hulk Vs. Eeyore: A Simple 6-Step Process to Overcoming Friction in Life

  69. Matt Kepnes – Nomadic Matt’s Travel Site
  70. Site tagline: Life Untethered
    Matt says: “Travel doesn’t have to be an expensive task nor does taking a Gap year require you to uproot your existence.”
    Why you should check this blog out: Matt has been traveling almost nonstop since 2005. He supports himself through is blog and other travel websites.
    Most recent post: Back Home

  71. Glen Allsop – PlugInID
  72. Site tagline: Plug into your identity
    Glen says: “My message is here to inspire, but it is also based on being realistic.”
    Why you should check this blog out: Glen is on a trajectory that should put him on top of the world by his late 20s. He already supports himself entirely through blogging and other websites and he’s barely 20 years old.
    Most recent post: Project Amsterdam: 2 Years in 2 Weeks (+ Video)

  73. Dragos Roua – Dragos Roua
  74. Site tagline: Brilliantly Better
    Dragos says: “We can never fail. We just learn.”
    Why you should check this blog out: Dragos has a knack for writing catchy, easily digestible and sharable posts. It’s no wonder his blog has become so popular recently.
    Most recent post: The Tyler Durden Guide of Writing Tyler Durden Enhanced Blog Posts To Attract Traffic

A Few I Missed On the Original Post

Editor’s note: I knew that I would overlook a few great creative and adventurous bloggers when I originally wrote the post. Here are a few bloggers that I wish I had included:

What do you think? Who are your favorite creative and adventurous bloggers? Please share in the comments!

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  • http://www.dragosroua.com Dragos Roua


    Thanks for putting me in such a fantastic company, I’m honored. I do know a lot of the bloggers here but some of them are completely new to me. So much to read in the next few days :-)

  • http://manvsdebt.com Baker

    Thanks for including me on the list! This type of project takes a lot of balls and has immediately become my go to source for finding new bloggers (I’d say I’m friends with 50% of it)! :-)

  • http://www.upgradereality.com Diggy – Upgradereality.com

    Thanks so much for including me on the list :)
    I know and follow many of the blogs on your list already, but there are definitely a few new ones I’m going to check out! Thanks for going through all the trouble to compile this awesome post!!!! :)

  • http://exilelifestyle.com Colin Wright

    Like the others that have commented so far, I’m honored to be listed among (and friends with) a good portion of this list already, but there are many that I’m definitely going to have to check out and make contact with.

    Really great post, Corbett!

  • http://andyhayes.com Andy Hayes

    Ooh this is a very good list – some new faces and some old friends too. Nice work!

  • http://www.nunomad.com/blog Carmen

    Hey Corbett, Thanks for the inclusion in this great list! I feel honored as well to be among such interesting people!

  • http://www.lifewithoutpants.com Matt Cheuvront

    Thank you sir – very much appreciate being included with so many innovators – it’s extremely humbling to see my name pop up on lists like this – and I look forward to checking out those names I did not recognize.

    Oh, and I’m 24 now – as of October 31st! haha

    • http://fizzle.co Corbett Barr

      Happy birthday, Matt. I’ll let the readers know how old you really are now.

  • http://www.alifeintranslation.com Jamie Varon

    Fantastic list! I think I need to create a new category on my Google Reader mainly for these people and yourself. Then, I’ll never get anything done. And, I’ll have to stop traveling the world and get a “real job.”

    Ok, new plan!

    Seriousness: This is a great list and I already follow a lot of people on here, but the ones I don’t, I need to get in on. Thanks for putting this together.

    • http://fizzle.co Corbett Barr

      Hey Jamie, I was afraid that I might have forgotten some people who should be on the list, and I was right. I overlooked your blog somehow. I really do like what you’ve done at A Life in Translation. Keep up the great stuff!

  • http://www.jetsetcitizen.com John Bardos – JetSetCitizen

    Thank again for the support Corbett! I really appreciate it.

  • http://twenty-somethingtravel.com Stephanie

    Wow! Like everyone above, I’m honored to be included. Definitely going to check out the others blogs on this list.

  • http://thelifedesignproject.com Robert

    Geez, pretty definitive list! Glad to see some names I don’t know up here, I wonder what you’ve just inspired by putting all these people down in one place to connect and grow!

    Thanks for the inclusion, best wishes with your two new services! Can’t wait to hear about them.

  • http://www.livecollarfree.com James NomadRip

    What a fantastic list. You have obviously done your research, and chosen only the finest folks among the blogging world. Particularly number 6. Absolutely brilliant, that fellow! Though the others are quite good too! ;-)

    I will checking out those that I was not familiar with already. My RSS reader is filled with most of these regular reads.

    Thanks for the support, Corbett!

  • http://www.the9to5alternative.com Alan

    Corbett – a wholehearted thanks from Tbilisi, Georgia, where I’m currently traveling. Good to see a lot of my buddies up there, as well as a whole bunch of new faces.

    Way to step it up and support the community like this!


    • http://fizzle.co Corbett Barr

      I love all the crazy places they send you, Alan! I’m sure you’ll have some harrowing experience to write about Tbilisi soon.

  • http://www.thewaythatyouwander.com Nate

    What an amazing list of people! Thank you so much for including me on this list, Corbett. I’m honored.

  • http://www.dropofchange.com Carl

    Thanks for the link an including in the list Corbett.

    Although I will note that Drop of Change is not really about calm but about the intersection of social action, green/sustainable living, and mindful lifestyle design.

    • http://fizzle.co Corbett Barr

      Cheers, Carl. Thanks for the correction. I just updated your profile a little.

  • http://sjoystudios.com Sarah Bray

    Awesome…lots of new-to-me creative, adventurous folks to get to know. Will take your recommendations and run with them. :)

  • http://livethecharmedlife.com DeeAnne

    Thank you for including me in this wonderful list Corbett! Many are already great friends and inspirations to me, but I’m looking very forward to learning more about those I don’t know.

    I only see one glaring omission, for obvious reasons, and that’s you! I so enjoy your writing, and your insight.

    Very best,

  • http://indietravelpodcast.com Craig

    I didn’t realise there were so many great great blogs around this subject. Although Linda and I have been travelling fulltime since February 2006, we’ve never branded ourselves in the LD/LIP camp, but these are definitely people we want to follow and be in touch with.

  • http://thejourneyisourgoal.com Casey

    Thanks for including me Corbett and spreading the good word. I am stoked to be introduced to even more blogs I didn’t know about. Cheers!

  • http://www.uncorneredmarket.com/ Audrey

    Great list! I knew of a few of these inspirational bloggers, but I look forward to reading up and following the others. I know there is a lot we can learn from them.

    My husband and I left our safe expat lives in Prague in 2006 to travel around the world. We thought it would take 12-18 months, but we quickly realized that exploration and understanding takes time. Three years later, we still have a lot of the world to see and professional/personal skills to tune.

    • http://fizzle.co Corbett Barr

      Thanks for introducing yourself, Audrey. I look forward to reading about your adventures.

  • http://www.rockstarlifestyledesign.com Greg Rollett

    Corbett -this is the kind of post I was talking about when I called you out a few weeks back. The quality, personality and attention to details is flawless.

    Thanks for the inclusion and the introduction to some new folks that are challenging themselves everyday to do something awesome!

    • http://fizzle.co Corbett Barr

      Thanks, Greg. I’m glad you noticed the details ;)

  • http://AlittleAdrift.com Shannon OD

    What a great list! I have a lot of people I now need to add to my reader! Some of these blogs I already enjoy, but I will have fun looking through these new ones :-)

  • http://www.kaleidoscopicwandering.com JoAnna

    Thank you for such the comprehensive list. If my RSS reader wasn’t overflowing before, it is now!!

  • http://www.soultravelers3.com soultravelers3

    Cool list! I’m like Craig and Audrey, we’ve been traveling the world as a family since 2006, yet I don’t know most of these people yet.

    Thanks sooo much for this fab list! It’s really exciting to see this trend exploding with fabulously creative folks! Glad we’re in route to our winter home in Andalusia because it looks like I have lots of online reading to do!

  • http://www.aboundlessworld.com Bud Hennekes

    Thanks dude! It means a lot to me :)

  • http://www.thelifething.com Jonny | thelifething.com

    Cheers Pal, I second all comments on honour, thanks and monkeys for being included on this list. What, no one said anything about monkeys? Outrageous. Thanks again.

  • http://www.technomadia.com Technomadia

    Wow.. I’m totally honored and surprised to see us included amongst this very uber awesome set of bloggers and adventurers! Thank you so much.

    And thank you even more for an introduction to so many peers that I didn’t know were out there yet! Loading up the RSS feed now :)

    – Cherie

    • http://hitekhomeless.net Hitekhomeless (jenn)

      I’m not surprised. You guys rock!

      I’m glad we crossed virtual paths ‘last year’. It’s always great to meet cool, fellow technologically inclined rubber tramps! It’s been great following your travels.

  • http://www.veoelmundo.com Holgs

    Nice post! I’ve been looking for a list of fellow travel-bloggers for a while! A few familiar faces on the list, but mostly new ones for me!

  • http://sailtotrail.com Andrew MacPherson

    I’m going to go ahead and ignore the reasons and facts surrounding the order of this list! :)

    Thanks for the continued support Corbett. As the zillion comments above reflect… Great List!

    For anyone looking for a shortcut, I put together a Twitter List of everyone above…

    • http://fizzle.co Corbett Barr

      Awesome, Andrew! That was a fantastic idea. Thanks for taking the time. I love collaboration like this.

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  • http://worldsstrongestlibrarian.com/ Josh Hanagarne

    I honored to be on such a great list of people and blogs. And! It gave me a chance to see what an Alexa rank actually means. Thanks on both counts.

  • http://rcthink.com Ross Collicutt

    Thanks for the mention Corbett. Always good to see who else is in the space and doing awesome stuff!

  • http://thebrooklynnomad.com Andrew

    Great list. Highly recommend #14.

  • http://www.epicself.com Amber

    Corbett! Thanks so much for the inclusion in such a wonderful nomad community of bloggers. I’m a little late in response, but I want you to know how much I appreciate your support. Cheers!

  • http://www.theplanetd.com Dave and Deb

    Wow, exciting list. We are always looking for more great adventure bloggers to follow. I can’t believe we only follow about 10 of the above mentioned. We have a lot of catching up to do. thanks for letting everyone know about great new sites!

  • http://gotpassport.wordpress.com/about/ GotPassport

    This is an awesome list. some we are already following and others are new to us for additional inspiration! It is so amazing to see so many living the nomadic lifestyle…. we’ll get there! Slowly but surely!! :-)

  • http://www.nomadicmatt.com Nomadic Matt

    Thanks for the inclusion!

    • http://artemisaspires.blogspot.com shauna

      man, you are everywhere!

  • http://www.mymarrakesh.com Maryam in Marrakech

    Super interesting list – I had heard of very few of these bloggers before!

  • http://AlittleAdrift.com Shannon OD

    Thanks for including me on the list! Cheers :-)

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  • http://www.nomadicneil.com NomadicNeil

    Cool to see so many people taking action.

  • http://www.sophiesworld.net Sophie

    Great list of interesting blogs. Have to set to work with Google Reader now :)

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  • http://www.insearchofsanuk.com Dwight

    Thanks for putting this list together. I feel quite honored to see ISOS listed among some great minds. I think it’s still quite a young blog and there’s so much to share that I haven’t been able to get up yet. All of those growing pains make seeing the site listed here so meaningful. Thanks for all your support.

  • http://www.WanderingEarl.com Earl

    Thanks Corbett for providing such an excellent resource!

  • http://www.travel-wonders.com Mark H

    Lots of folks I’d not heard of before. Some truly entertaining blogs among them.

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  • http://thefutureisred.com Leigh

    This is a great list, and I’m proud to know and actually work with a few of those mentioned (Andy and JoAnna). Of course, it’s always great to see new faces.

    We — me, my husband Noah and daughter Lila — sold all our stuff and started traveling in January of 2007 with the goal of finding a new place to call home. It’s been an amazing, life and outlook changing experience, and I’m happy to say we just rented a house in Salta, Argentina.

    Now a new adventure begins.

  • http://melindaroos.com Melinda

    Thank you for putting together this list of inspirations; a wonderful and helpful resource for new bloggers like me.

    They will be on my reader.

  • mnm

    i saw a blog on here about a couple guys or guy doing a barbecue pilgrimage but now i cant find it! can someone tell me which one it was?

  • http://HelpImMovingtoHouston.com Morgan

    Great list, here is the lifestyle design feeder which includes all of these on one site- http://lifestyledesignfeeder.com

  • http://travelcalling.blogspot.com Angela

    Great list, some of my favourite are here and some great new ones to add to my reader!

  • http://www.american-in-france.com cynthia in the french alps

    I thought I knew a lot of the main travel bloggers out there but there are a heap of new ones listed that I didn’t know about. Thanks for the suggestions and I’ll check out as many as I have time for. Cynthia

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  • http://dubturbobeatsmaker.com/ Andrew – DUBturbo

    I love the Middle Finger Project name and I really am impressed with this long list of cool bloggers. I am always looking for creative bloggers to follow and learn from. The Internet has really changed the way a small portion of the population lives and works, that is for sure.

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  • http://fourtheroad.com Gail

    Hey Corbett,

    Great list, great sites, I have many more to visit. I’ll get back to you on my favorite! ;)
    We are a family of four in the beginning stage of “living our life through journey”. We sold off all our ‘stuff’ and bicycled from Jacksonville Beach, FL to San Diego, CA. (we are not cyclist’s) Blogging about the trip all along. It has indeed been life changing. We are planning new adventures and working on making the adventures and travel our everyday lifestyle.
    Thanks for putting this list together for my family and other like-minded unconventional liver’s of life!

  • http://www.milliondollarmindsets.org Temmy

    Great list. The middle finger project inspires me the most., but every blog listed here is definitely worth reading.

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