Start Freelancing and Travel the World: How Kayla Quit Her Job to Travel and Write

When Andrew and I decided to leave Denver to drive from Canada to Patagonia, one of the first orders of business was to figure out how I’d make money. I decided to start freelancing and see if I could make it as a writer while we traveled. Here’s how I did it. 1. I started freelancing part-time, right away. I …

How to be an Outdoorsy Digital Nomad in Las Vegas

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To be perfectly honest, being a digital nomad in Las Vegas is almost too easy. The city is cheap, the nightlife is crazy, and the rock climbing and hiking is close by. Perhaps because I spent less time in Las Vegas than in Salt Lake City, I don’t have as much to say about being a digital nomad in Las …

How to be an Outdoorsy Digital Nomad in Salt Lake City

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We didn’t expect Salt Lake City to be our first stop on our trip. Thanks to a Couchsurfing fiasco in Durango, we left Colorado early. Utah did not disappoint. Even though we missed Moab (one of our favorite places on earth), Angel’s Landing in Zion, and many of Utah’s other iconic stops, we loved our two weeks in Utah. It …

Dog Trainer’s Traveling Tips from Sue Brown at The Light of Dog

Tell me about yourself as a trainer. How did you get started, how long have you been training, and where do you work now? ​I currently run my own business, The Light of Dog, just south of the Denver metro area. We offer group classes, private in-home training, boarding and behavior consultations. I have also have two books, write a …

Kayla’s Picks: Podcasts, Books, Websites, & Other Inspiration

We didn’t come up with the idea for El Perro Tambien in a vacuum. Since we both voraciously consume information, we decided it was a good idea to share some of the resources that inspired us for the trip. This is a sampler of some of the best media that Kayla consumes that helped her plan and prepare for the …