Up the Mountain Path

May 25th, 2010  ·  posted in Blog by Greg

Many of us find ourselves practicing or training for an event or adventure.  We set a goal for ourselves, focus in, and do the things that will prepare us to achieve our goal.  It may take weeks, or months, or even years to get to the place we want to be, but what is important is that we keep on – driving our feet towards our destination.

Finally, the day comes when we are ready to achieve our goal.  We make our final preparations, and then we head out, confident in our abilities to achieve what we have trained so hard for. The journey can start read more »

Put good in, get good out

May 12th, 2010  ·  posted in Blog by Greg

Yesterday I had a discussion with a friend of mine, and fellow Roadless Traveler, Chuck. We were catching up and then got into a discussion about happiness and how to live your life. Although the conversation covered a number of different topics, it inspired me to write about one thing in particular: the idea of “Put good in, get good out.”

I heard this phrase – “Put good in, get good out” – used on a commercial a few times, but it really struck me as something that I wanted to incorporate into my own life.  I think it really defines read more »

What’s Next?

May 5th, 2010  ·  posted in News by Greg

“Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness…”
– Mark Twain

What does this mean for the Roadless Travelers?  Does this mean that we are not encouraging travel and different cultural experiences?  Does this mean that we are no longer Roadless Travelers?  Absolutely not.

After three years living abroad, deeply immersed in a different culture and a different world, the founders of the Roadless Travelers have returned back to the US.  However, that doesn’t mean that we are not changed – our perspectives, values and attitude towards life has changed.  And traveling was the platform that made all of the learning and changes possible.

Our lives have changed, our worlds have changed, and so too this site is changing.

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